Interviews

Gale: Sammoutis here for season

Walton Casuals manager Anthony Gale believes Jack Sammoutis could become the latest non-league star to reach the Football League but will remain a Stag this season.

Nicholson explains first-rate form

Jake Nicholson has spoken to waltoncasuals.com to discuss his fine form, working under Anthony Gale for a second time and proving former critics from the professional game wrong.

Gale: Youth can thrive in League Cup

Walton Casuals manager Anthony Gale has reflected on the weekend victory at Ramsgate, and is now looking forward to seeing his younger players thrive.

Gale enthused by FA Cup displays

Walton Casuals manager Anthony Gale has described how enthused he is with the team’s performances in the Emirates FA Cup this year, but believes they can still go further.

Odunaike: Squad morale is inspiring

Walton Casuals forward Gabriel Odunaike believes recent victories have sent squad morale sky high, following the 3-2 FA Cup victory over Greenwich Borough.

Pinnock: We won’t get carried away

Walton Casuals manager Anthony Gale has applauded his players after their 4-1 win over Whyteleafe, while midfielder Sol Pinnock knows the team won’t get carried away.

Hudson thrilled with Casuals return

Walton Casuals winger Malachi Hudson has spoken of his delight to return to Walton Casuals, and wants plenty of goals and assists in his first season back.

Nicholson reflects on joyful spell

Jake Nicholson has praised manager Anthony Gale and the changing room when reflecting on his time at the club, following a move to Kingstonian.

Summers’ delight at family first

Dan Summers is thrilled at having the opportunity to play alongside his brother for the first time, while aiming for 30 goals in his inaugural campaign at Church Road.

Consistency the key for Hudson

Consistency the key for Hudson

Malachi Hudson is relishing the opportunity to feature in the ranks of the Casuals under Anthony Gale, having announced his return to the club yesterday.

Gale provides injury update

Gale provides injury update

Anthony Gale has provided an update regarding injuries and fitness within the squad, which hindered his selections in the latter stages of 2015 considerably.

Gale pleased with response

Gale pleased with response

Walton Casuals manager Anthony Gale spoke to waltoncasuals.com following an entertaining four-goal thriller while sharing the points with Worthing.

Anthony Gale reflects on 2015

Anthony Gale reflects on 2015

Walton Casuals manager Anthony Gale has reflected on 2015 for the club and his personal involvement, while offering thanks to a number of individuals.

Powponne: We know what to do

Powponne: We know what to do

Myles Powponne spoke to waltoncasuals.com following the defeat to Tooting & Mitcham United on Saturday, expressing the fact that the team are looking to bounce back.

Cup defeat leaves Gale frustrated

Cup defeat leaves Gale frustrated

With Walton Casuals out of the FA Trophy for another season, manager Anthony Gale expressed his disappointment, but was pleased with the performance on offer.

Powponne to go the extra Myles

Powponne to go the extra Myles

Myles Powponne spoke exclusively to waltoncasuals.com following his debut for the club, and believes they have the ability to gain promotion this season.

Badiali delighted to be back

Badiali delighted to be back

Following his return to the club, Luke Badiali has expressed his desire to finish top of the Ryman Division One South and earn promotion this season.

Gale wants more of the same

Gale wants more of the same

Anthony Gale has praised his backroom staff and the club officials, saying they are just as important as the players in gaining success as a club.

Anthony Gale on The Non-League Show

Anthony Gale on The Non-League Show

Anthony Gale spoke to BBC Radio 5 Live’s The Non-League Show after the 8-0 win at Whitstable Town, with the presenters naming the Stags their Team of the Week.

Nicholson delighted with Stags set-up

Nicholson delighted with Stags set-up

Former Tottenham Hotspur and AFC Wimbledon midfielder Jake Nicholson is impressed with the set-up at Walton Casuals, and has praised the club for its efforts.

Sammoutis: Gale is pivotal to club

Sammoutis: Gale is pivotal to club

With three goals in four games, in-form Jack Sammoutis is pleased with his start at the club, but the hopes the team can bounce back.

Gale: It’s a team effort

Gale: It’s a team effort

Recording yet another victory, this time against Sittingbourne, Anthony Gale thanked the team for their efforts over the recent weeks.

Gale displays assurance in squad

Gale displays assurance in squad

Anthony Gale believes his side can see off anyone in the Ryman Division One South, and is confident against all opponents.

Gale: Consistency over 90 the key

Gale: Consistency over 90 the key

Walton Casuals manager Anthony Gale believes his side have to remain focus across the 90 minutes to be a danger on the league table this season.

Ashikodi refuses to get complacent

Ashikodi refuses to get complacent

With six goals in nine games, Moses Ashikodi is set to escalate the goalscoring charts for Walton Casuals, but refuses to become complacent.

Gale: We deserved derby victory

Gale: We deserved derby victory

Manager Anthony Gale was jubilant to record a 1-0 victory over rivals Walton & Hersham, and felt three points were fully deserved in the derby.

Gale pleased despite defeat

Gale pleased despite defeat

Anthony Gale has claimed he was happy with the performance from his side on Saturday, despite falling to a 2-1 defeat to Ramsgate when commencing the new season.

Johnson: We dominated with ten men

Johnson: We dominated with ten men

After falling to defeat on the opening day to Ramsgate, assistant manager Jack Johnson felt the Stags were the dominant side even with ten men.

Tony Gale wants cup run for fans

Tony Gale wants cup run for fans

Walton Casuals chairman Tony Gale gives his first interview of the season with waltoncasuals.com, and tells us his aims and hopes for the year.

Captain’s column: Play-offs a minimum

Captain’s column: Play-offs a minimum

In a weekly series for waltoncasuals.com, Quincy Rowe has given his early thoughts of his ‘Captain’s Column’, which include reaching the play-offs.

Gale: We fear no one

Gale: We fear no one

Anthony Gale believes his side will not fear anyone this season, having reflected on the pre-season fixture with Metropolitan Police.

Jack Johnson admires club ambitions

Jack Johnson admires club ambitions

Newly appointed assistant manager Jack Johnson gives his early thoughts and expectations in his first official interview with the club.

Odunaike targets 30 goals

Odunaike targets 30 goals

As he prepares for his third season with Walton Casuals, Gabriel Odunaike is hoping to hit 30 goals in a season for the first time.

Gale: Twenty goals for Medley

Gale: Twenty goals for Medley

Anthony Gale has praised Luke Medley for his recent performances, but claims the three points is down to the effort

Gale: Result was on the cards

Gale: Result was on the cards

Caretaker manager Anthony Gale has expressed his delight at his side’s 6-1 triumph over league rivals East Grinstead Town. Seeing