Boss lays down Gilmartin gauntlet
The Trinidad & Tobago goalkeeper returned to the fray at the weekend after missing the last five games due to family reasons - during which time Rene Gilmartin stepped in, performing admirably despite his howler against Huddersfield last time out. And although Ince responded by making a series of match-winning saves in the 1-0 victory at stadium:mk, Hutchings insists his younger team-mate is pushing him all the way for a regular spot in the Saddlers' starting XI. "That is what Clayton gets paid for and I expect him to do it," said the Saddlers boss. "Rene has done it in the past. "It is always a close call in selection and it is nice to have competition for places. I always said Rene would get some games. He has had those games and it has done his confidence and experience a world of good. "It is a team performance and Rene has done very well in recent weeks, but I decided to change it and we will have to see what happens next week."
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