The feature-length story of a remarkable match.
Wrexham AFC, on fire and chasing the title, at home to Dover Athletic, already relegated with over ten games left.
On a normal day, this could only one way. But this was a day like no other. Continue reading A Day Like No Other
You know the crew and editors have done a good job when they successfully home in on a person who deserves to be highlighted. That’s why Paul Rutherford’s emotional star turn in episode 2 felt particularly gratifying. Continue reading “Welcome to Wrexham” Reflects Paul Rutherford’s Passion
The long-awaited “Welcome to Wrexham” premiered in the USA yesterday: here’s a selection of the rave reviews it got: ‘Welcome to Wrexham’ Review: Two Actors and Soccer Lovers, One Goal – Wall Street Journal How two Hollywood stars plan to save a team, and a town, ‘desperate for a lifeline’ – LA Times Welcome to Wrexham: How Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney plan to revive … Continue reading “Welcome to Wrexham”‘s Here! Read the Reviews
I just stumbled across this, and although it’s straightforward and brief, it does a nice job of illustrating how Wrexham AFC can reach out across generations and create a community. Continue reading What Wrexham AFC is about
As debuts go, that really wasn’t bad! Continue reading Enter The Dragon
So, how are we feeling? It’s difficult to imagine a greater sense of excitement at the start of the season. Perhaps it’s more of a sense of expectation, and any long-suffering Wrexham fan would agree that expectation is not a word we’d normally use. Sure, I’ve felt hopeful on the eve of a new campaign. As recently as last Summer I looked at the likes … Continue reading New Season, New Sensations
My son told me about the FIFA ruling which lifted our adherence to transfer windows this season by saying it was as big as when we signed Mullin. Continue reading “Big As Signing Mullin”: FIFA give Wrexham a huge boost
Wrexham have a plan for how to deal with their goalkeeper injury crisis. Continue reading And Then There Was One: How Wrexham Will Address The Keeper Crisis
A local rivalry re-sparks today, albeit in a friendly game. But is there such a thing as a friendly when Wrexham play Macclesfield? This new iteration of Macclesfield has a lot in common with Wrexham. Okay, on the surface they have their own reality show, the highly entertaining “Robbie Savage: Making Macclesfield“. Yes, they have a well known figure at the helm. But the similarities … Continue reading Back to Macc
Wrexham fans have come to expect a lot from the club since it was revolutionised by the takeover, and there have been complaints lately when it’s felt expectations haven’t been met. However, this week brought a pleasing example of us getting things right. The kit launch last Tuesday was later than last season, when it burst into view from the back of an Ifor Williams … Continue reading New Kit, Sherlock
It’s home kit reveal day, which seems to have become as important as the football to a lot of fans these days. On Friday I’ll go through the reasons why the club did well to get the Red One out today, but for now let’s stick to the basics. Is it lovely? I often find that the things I like most take a bit of … Continue reading Red Fashion
The pre-season has begun! Football returned last weekend with a match at Nantwich played in scorching heat, although the tempo Wrexham maintained made light of the conditions. Continue reading The Young Ones Make Their Case
Like everyone else, when I saw the headlines I had a moment of panic. We were voluntarily demolishing the massive floodlights? Really? Of course, once I’d read the story, things felt a good deal better! We have massive floodlights. This is part of our heritage, and a matter of pride. Other football grounds have measly lights, often mounted on the roof of the stand. I … Continue reading Even Massiver Floodlights
Have you signed the online petition to support the campaign for the Stadium for the North? If you haven’t, make sure you do it now. You can finish reading this later: I’ll wait. Have we all done it now? Good, because by getting the funding for this project, we’re making a huge step forwards, both as a football club and a region. There is no … Continue reading A Stadium for the North