Recently, I bumped into former Red and current Bala Town maestro Mark Jones in town. The 28 year old who had two spells at Wrexham with a year at Rochdale in-between, has been Welsh Premier League football for 3 years now after being released at the end of the 2009-10 season. A legend in his own right for his commitment and utterly unbelievable performances in … Continue reading That Boy Jonah!
Below are some players that I believe can make fantastic additions to the Wrexham squad in our cause to gain promotion and even challenge for the title. Jon Shaw The twenty-eight year old striker was released by Gateshead in the summer and could be a fantastic addition to Andy Morrell’s side. A prolific goalscorer in his two years at Gateshead, the man from Sheffield accumulated … Continue reading So, who’s on Morrell’s shopping list?
Fleetwood Town, a team that did not even have full time players until the end of the 2009-10 season, now an obsession to all us Wrexham fans. We constantly find ourselves checking the Fleetwood score and find ourselves bitterly disappointed time after time as they somehow play longer than any other team! Eight times this season Fleetwood have scored in injury time. An incredible record … Continue reading Our ever-growing obsession with the Cod Army!
One thing a team always needs as title contenders is a strong depth in the squad. In the past few months Wrexham have come a long way to adding to that squad with many new additions such as Steven Leslie, Rob Ogleby, Danny Alfei and Stephen Wright. When Wrexham crashed out of the FA Trophy at the hands of Hinckley United, questions were raised about … Continue reading A Question of Depth
After three weeks without a fixture, Wrexham faced Hayes & Yeading as the reds looked to reassert themselves in the title race. As well as the excitement of a first game in three weeks, there was the prospect of seeing some new faces in the side. With the loss of Curtis Obeng to Swansea City, Andy Morrell acted quickly in bringing in Danny Alfei, a … Continue reading A Promising Start For the New Boys