Wrexham 4 Bangor City 0 19th December 2000: Welsh Premier Cup Group A Wrexham 4   Bangor City 0 (J. Roberts o.g. 9, Sam 29, Thomas 55, Barrett 85)     Reds Ease Into Last Eight The inevitable was confirmed at a low-key Racecourse tonight when, before a sparse crowd and with a line-up chosen with more than half an eye on next Saturday’s league … Continue reading banh


5th September 2000: 10th February 2001: Nationwide League Division Two Oldham Athletic 5   Wrexham 1 (Corazzin 10, 44, 46, 56, Rickers 55)   (Edwards 32) Coruscating Corazzin Humiliates Reds This was Wrexham’s first defeat of 2001, and it was as emphatic as the scoreline suggests. Canadian striker Carlo Corazzin, an erstwhile transfer target of Brian Flynn, got a consolation goal at The Racecourse when … Continue reading olda

#WxmAnorak | Wrexham AFC 0 Eastleigh 0

Jay Harris’ 450th career league appearance. Shaun Pearson’s 125th game for Wrexham. Eastleigh’s 16 fans is the smallest away support at The Racecourse in 176 games, since Braintree brought 14 fans in September 2013. Wrexham are unbeaten in 9 league games against Eastleigh. Wrexham have kept six clean sheets in their last 9 games. Last time Wrexham failed to score in consecutive home games: January … Continue reading #WxmAnorak | Wrexham AFC 0 Eastleigh 0

PREVIEW | Wrexham AFC v Eastleigh

I’m sure you won’t need to be reminded of what happened the last time Eastleigh visited The Racecourse. A traumatic home defeat in the National League play-offs ended our season in controversial circumstances, as we conceded the only goal in extra time after a hotly-contested decision to disallow a Kieran Kennedy goal which would have won the game in normal time. Ironically, that defeat came … Continue reading PREVIEW | Wrexham AFC v Eastleigh

O VAR, Where Art Thou?

I’ve spent the season complaining about the impact VAR has on the game. After last Saturday, I’m thinking again. Come to think of it, I’ve also spent a decade moaning about National League referees, but Yeovil’s first goal against us last weekend wasn’t something you could blame the officials for. They clearly needed some help to understand what happened and judge it correctly. I know … Continue reading O VAR, Where Art Thou?

PREVIEW | Yeovil Town v Wrexham AFC

We’ve only faced Yeovil Town twice, but both occasions were packed with goals. Unfortunately, in our only trip to Huish Park it was the home team who provided most of them! We travelled to Somerset in November 2003 for a first round FA Cup match, and took a real beating. We were 4-0 down after an hour and ended up losing 4-1, with. Chris Armstrong … Continue reading PREVIEW | Yeovil Town v Wrexham AFC

#WxmAnorak | Bromley 0 Wrexham AFC 2

Dean Keates’ 100th game as Wrexham manager. Dean Keates is the 16th Wrexham manager to reach 100 games. Wrexham have scored 2 goals in each of their last 4 away games. This is the first time they’ve scored more than one goal in 4 consecutive away games since we joined the National League. Last time Wrexham scored more than one goal in 4 consecutive away … Continue reading #WxmAnorak | Bromley 0 Wrexham AFC 2

PREVIEW | Bromley v Wrexham AFC

Last Saturday’s postponement means that Dean Keates’ 100th game as Wrexham manager comes today, against the side he beat to earn his first win as manager. Bromley were the visitors to The Racecourse when goals from Shaun Harrad and Gerry McDonagh earned a 2-1 home win in October 2016. However, our record at Hayes Lane could do with some improvement. Luke Young’s 77th minute winner … Continue reading PREVIEW | Bromley v Wrexham AFC

PREVIEW | Wrexham AFC v Torquay United

Tomorrow is Dean Keates’ hundredth game as Wrexham manager. He’s the sixteenth person to reach that milestone, and boasts the fifth best league loss percentage in our history. Keates is only the second person to have two spells as our boss, and is enjoying considerably more success than the other one. Billy Morris was in the Racecourse hot seat twice in the early 1960s, but … Continue reading PREVIEW | Wrexham AFC v Torquay United

What Would Mike Do?

I’m generally reluctant to criticize opposing players. What we see as a cynical foul when we’re the victims is a great piece of professionalism when executed by one of our own, and we should bear that in mind when we judge others. However, the behavior of Mike Fondop has gone well beyond the pale this season, especially when you consider the source of his inspiration. … Continue reading What Would Mike Do?