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


Swansea City faw final 14th May 2001: F.A.W. Premier Cup Final Swansea City 0   Wrexham 2     (Trundle 49, McGregor 58) Nice and Easy Does It! Wrexham affirmed their domination of Welsh football in general and the Premier Cup in particular with their third victory in the tournament’s four year history, triumphing comfortably at the Vetch Field. Appropriately, victory came through headed goals … Continue reading swafin


Bristol rovers away 5th May 2001: Nationwide League Division Two Bristol Rovers 4   Wrexham 0 (Walters 29 (pen), 44, Partridge 51, Ellington 66)     Alcock’s Tumult It should have been a low key end to Wrexham’s league campaign, hopefully completing a 100% record against the bottom four against a side who were relegated last Wednesday. Well, it was anything but! For the second … Continue reading bria


Millwall 28th April 2001: Nationwide League Division Two Wrexham 1   Millwall 1 (Faulconbridge 7)   (Cahill 53) Lions Rise As Apes Plumb the Depths Millwall are up, and many present at The Racecourse this afternoon might be rather relieved about that. In a match punctuated by two stoppages, one of eighteen minutes at the start of the first half, another of about five after … Continue reading milh


Swansea City 24th April 2001: Nationwide League Division Two Swansea City 0   Wrexham 1     (Faulconbridge 4) Welsh Supremacy Reaffirmed Wrexham added to their sound away record with a victory over relegated Swansea which reasserted their position as the premier Welsh team. As doomed City, watched by their smallest crowd of the season, struggled, Wrexham showed why they have achieved a higher league … Continue reading swaa


Stoke away 21st April 2001: Nationwide League Division Two Stoke City 3   Wrexham 1 (Hardy (o.g) 6, Gunnarsson 44, 56)   (Ferguson (pen) 85) Wrexham Victims of Their Own Fast Start Can you start a game too well? Brian Flynn must be asking himself that question after a defeat which could have turned out rather differently if City coach Gudjon Thordarson had not responded … Continue reading stoa


Luton Town (home) 16th April 2001: Nationwide League Division Two Wrexham 3   Luton Town 1 (McGregor 18, Carey 84, Ferguson 86)   (Watts 27) Wrexham deliver a Curate’s Egg for Easter This was hardly a vintage Wrexham performance, indeed, it was rather poor in parts, but ultimately Brian Flynn’s side showed the gumption required to emerge with another victory, maintaining their 100 % record … Continue reading luth


Notts County home 10th April 2001: Nationwide League Division Two Wrexham 1   Notts County 1 (D. Williams 30)   (Thomas 26) Wrexham’s County Curse Wrexham must be glad to be rid of Notts County for another season, as they were cruelly denied a crucial goal against the Magpies for the second time this season. Wrexham turned in a good performance, despite the early loss … Continue reading noth


Peterborough Utd 7th April 2001: Nationwide League Division Two Wrexham 2   Peterborough United 1 (Carey 9, Trundle 82)   (Edwards 74) Posh Ignore Trundle At Their Peril It’s one thing identifying a problem, another to solve it. Teams might well have got wise to the fact that if you can restrict the threat of Lee Trundle, Wrexham lose much of their danger, but Peterborough … Continue reading peth


Port Vale 20th March 2001: Nationwide League Division Two Port Vale 1   Wrexham 1 (Naylor 66)   (Gibson 29) Never Mind Their Quality, Feel Our Width! A Wrexham side which fell somewhere betwen makeshift and experimental emerged from Vale Park with a creditable draw, having offered those who exhort Brian Flynn to play with two wingers plenty of ammunition. In a fine, end-to-end match, … Continue reading pora