> I am so disappointed! I can’t get to the Stevenage game, or the Wimbledon match, and Kettering’s a push as I can’t get that far after work! What a nightmare! Bizarre as it might sound, missing out on a Wrexham match is still a punishment rather than a reward! It just feels so wrong to be sitting around when I should be on the … Continue reading >Gutted!
>Could a clue to Grays’ defeat lie in their inability to assimilate new signing Fola Onibuje? He certainly didn’t seem to be welcome in their huddle! You’d think if any club was used to making new players welcome it’s be Grays!! Continue reading >Huddle leads to toil and trouble
>Obviously Lamine Sakhp’s Hummer is the most exciting thing every to happen to Wrexham-indeed, all of North Wales. However, as you can see, fellow Senegal international El Hadji Diouf has a car which is even more of a crime against decency: Continue reading >Lamine Sakho 1 El Hadji Diouf 2
> We need a bt of creatviity and there’s a promising young midfielder who can’t get into his first team who might just fit the bill! Darren Ferguson played for Peterborough reserves last week and seems to have done very well. He might well be unattached soon, as he’s just had a vote of confidence, so let’s hope Dean Saunders keeps an eye on him! Continue reading >Our Ideal Midfielder!
>Well the Red Dragonss return to competitive action tomorrow after the enforced lay off caused by the international break. We sit in 18th position in the BSP (our lowest position since at least 1921) 3 points off the relegation zone and 14 points off the play offs albeit with three games in hand over our rivals. When you take in to account that the three … Continue reading >A fresh start?
> I went to see the youth team play Bangor last night, and felt more positive than I have for a while! While the first team scrap away in The Conference, the young lads look to have something to them. Okay, let’s not get too carried away. It’s only youth football, and they were up against opposition which was certainly decent-Bangor gave a very feisty … Continue reading >The Kids Are Alright
>Fair play to the bloke! After missing two penalties in the Neath-Llanelli derby last weekend, Chris Llewellyn made amends yesterday by scoring both goals for Neath as they came from behind to win 2-1! Continue reading >Llewellyn’s soap opera continues!
>Dean Saunders’ recent run-ins with the BBC have been very entertaining, but he has some way to go to match Roy Keane’s intimidatory skills when handling the beeb. I like how the interviewer hasn’t got the guts to ask the difficult question straight out, and says “people have told me to ask you”! Continue reading >Saunders has a lot to learn!
>I guess it’s the same old same old. I feel that familiar thrill when I see Paul Edwards could come back to us, mixed with the sense of foreboding that my logical side experiences when an old favourite returns. I really liked Edwards in his two years at Wrexham, and thought he didn’t always get the credit he deserved. I recall his struggles in the … Continue reading >Will Eddy Return?
> Another notable match in the Welsh Cup this weekend saw Obi Anoruo in action. He maintained his excellent scoring record, although he also missed an easy chance before he hit the net, but was also sent off. Anoruo had been involved in an earlier incident which led to an opponent getting a red card: before a corner he appeared to be arguing with his … Continue reading >Oh Boy Anoruo!
>Watching Sgorio’s Welsh Cup highlights this weekend was quite a ride, with ex-Wrexham players certainly claiming centre stage! The main game-and what a game!-was the Neath-Llanelli derby. For Neath, Anthony Williams was between the sticks and was rather static for the opening goal, while Llewellyn missed a penalty and picked up a yellow for a rather vindictive, needless hack. No surprises so far! To be … Continue reading >WELSH CUP MAYHEM!!! MAYHEM!!!! MAYHEM!!!!!
> Dodged a bullet there, I think! What a surprise-he said some populist comments but didn’t follow through! It’s not as if you couldn’t see this coming: if you think I’m being harsh, I refer you to this and this! Even the incentive of hooking up with Rebecca Lowe’s gone now! Let’s hope the media finally decide to drop these stupid “Savage to Wrexham” stories … Continue reading >Savage Fate
> Steve Evans completes a three-match ban today from even being in the ground while Crawley play! He still has a further ten game touchline ban to come. Couldn’t happen to a more deserving fellow! No doubt it won’t affect Crawley too much. After all, it has seemed of late that he’s passed the abuse baton to his assistant Paul Raynor, who now patrols the … Continue reading >The Dark Arts at Crawley