Walsall star rubbishes rumours of Barnet move

11:15 08 June 2012

Walsall goalkeeper James Walker

Walsall goalkeeper James Walker

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Jimmy Walker wants to remain at the Bescot

Walsall star Jimmy Walker has denied rumours of him joining League Two side Barnet.

Reports had suggested that the 38-year-old goalkeeper was going to switch the Bescot Stadium for Underhill as the Bees look for a replacement for Dean Brill.

But Walker quashed the rumours, tweeting: “No truth in that at the minute... hopefully can get it sorted ... can’t imagin finishin up any where else!!”

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