Robert Dearn takes a look at Division Two players who have been released by fellow League Two clubs and may fit into a role at Walsall, one of the players he openly discusses is Reggie Lambe.
Dearn wrote, “Lambe, is a 29-year-old versatile midfielder. He has played nearly 200 games in League Two, and over 50 in the MLS.
In League Two, he has scored 27 goals, and 10 assists, all the while. His best spell was with Carlisle, where he aided them reaching the play-offs, and to a 10th place finish.
Lambe predominantly plays as a right midfielder, but has played on the left, and as a central-attacking-midfielder too.
I feel his versatility out wide, and in the middle would be key, for what will be a smaller squad. He also has a good record in this league.
He is experienced, but at 29, he still has a lot to offer. The other reason why I think he should be looked at is our Bermudan connection.
Lambe has 41 international appearances, and 9 goals for home nation Bermuda, where he is managed by Kyle Lightbourne.
There is a link there, a chance for the club to check in with Kyle and for Kyle to recommend to the club too. I do feel he would be a good signing.”