Who are the youngest players who lived the dream and scored for everyone’s favourite team? Advertisements Continue reading Top 10 Iconic Wrexham AFC Images
The Wales Under-21s return to The Racecourse for a mouth-watering double-bill this week. Do you remember these classic matches at the oldest international stadium in the World? Continue reading Remember These Classic Wales Internationals At The Racecourse?
Who are the youngest players who lived the dream and scored for everyone’s favourite team? Continue reading Can You Name Wrexham AFC’s Youngest Goalscorers?
Can you name the top ten all-time Wrexham scorers? You’ll be throwing around some of the greatest names in the club’s history! The answers are in the slideshow below….. Continue reading Can You Name Wrexham AFC’s All-Time Top Goalscorers?
With the signing of Devonte Redmond, Paul Edwards’ son, today, I thought it might be interesting to compile an XI of Wrexham players whose fathers also represented the club. It wasn’t easy – Redmond is joining a very select band – and frankly this side wouldn’t function very well if it could somehow be put on the pitch: Wrexham players don’t seem to pass attacking … Continue reading The Wrexham AFC Bring Your Son To Work XI
As it’s the Champions League Final today, here’s a few reminders of when Wrexham made their mark in Europe. Continue reading Wrexham in Europe
On Champions League Final day, let’s look back at the stadia which Wrexham have played at in Europe. Capacities are at the time of the game. Continue reading Wrexham’s European Stadia
You’ve had your say, and the result was very conclusive. Andy Morrell won the vote for Wrexham’s best National League manager by a mile. It only makes sense of course: Morrell took us closest to returning to the National League, and led us into two of the for play-offs we’ve reached. He also won the FA Trophy and was the boss when we managed our … Continue reading RESULTS | Wrexham AFC’s Best National League Manager
When he was released by Brian Flynn in 1998, few words were spared for Jonathan Cross, which was not awfully surprising. Cross was never particularly popular with the fans, or, it was claimed in some quarters, the players. However, his story is one of missed opportunity – if circumstances had been slightly different he might have gone on to play a significant role for the … Continue reading Jonathan Cross: What Might Have Been
Joe Allen has to be in and for me and very controversial, Saunders or Ricketts as manager — andy conde (@AuctioneerAndy) May 27, 2019 It was Andy Conde who put the thought in my mind, You’ve chosen your National League XI, now who would you like to manage them? We’ve run through the full range of managers trying to get out of this league: experienced … Continue reading VOTE | Wrexham AFC’s Best National League Manager
So this is the Wrexham side you voted for as our best eleven from the National League years. I was planning to write about the side I picked and why it’s different from the one which the polls returned, but actually, I only disagree over one position, and even then I’m a little reluctant about it! The one difference I voted for was in attack. … Continue reading Wrexham’s National League XI | Did We Pick The Right Side?
Si Señor, give the ball to Bobby he will score! It’s one of the best chants of the season, Liverpool’s tribute to Roberto Firmino, and has become one of the most evocative anthems of their superb season. But did Wrexham come up with it first? Well, maybe not, but that photo of The Kop from the 1985 World Cup qualifier between Wales and Spain at … Continue reading ¡Si Señor, Firmino’s Song Was Wrexham’s Long Before!