DragonHeart 40 | A Nice Quiet Week

Mark Griffiths and Chay Long had plenty to talk about after a remarkable week! 00: 01:52 Phil Parkinson’s appointment. 00:13:02 Tik Tok, Aviation Gin and Ifor Williams, plus the lovely new kit! 00:31:31 National League discuss salary caps and an ethics committee. 00:46:15 Euro 2020 – Wales go out, UEFA’s rainbow nightmare, and the worst format ever. Keep an eye out on social media for … Continue reading DragonHeart 40 | A Nice Quiet Week

Wrexham women footballers – at the Racecourse

Originally posted on Wrexham Women's History:
To celebrate the exciting future ahead for Wrexham AFC thanks to its two new owners, Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, I want to ‘kick off’ my brand-new blog with the history of women footballers at the Racecourse. Welcome! The history of men’s football at the Racecourse is well documented but you might not know anything about the women… Continue reading Wrexham women footballers – at the Racecourse

Wrexham’s Euro Stars

If there’s a lesson to learn from watching the European Championships, it’s that you shouldn’t jump to conclusions. There are three ex-Wrexham players appearing in the tournament, and they all started their nation’s first match, yet none of them got a sustained chance to show their class for us. Danny Ward was a bold selection as Wales’ goalkeeper by Rob Page, if only because Wayne … Continue reading Wrexham’s Euro Stars

DragonHeart 38 | Baku-to-Baku Results

The Euros are here, and we’re going to produce some special DragonHearts to enjoy them together. We’ll put podcasts out after every Wales match, and there’ll be a live Q&A after each Wales game on Wrexham’s YouTube channel too. Of course, we won’t ignore Wrexham – we’ll keep up to date with the latest developments as the rebuild takes shape. In this week’s episode, Mark … Continue reading DragonHeart 38 | Baku-to-Baku Results

Davies and Jarvis Benefit from the Power of Three

Last Saturday wasn’t great. Losing to a lower division team on penalties with a heavily-rotated team isn’t all that of a shock: it’s not as if the FA Trophy was ever a priority, after all. However, we have enough squad depth to be able to make 9 changes from the previous game and still come through. Still, there were things to learn from the game. … Continue reading Davies and Jarvis Benefit from the Power of Three

Sheer Poetry from shinner1978: Diolch Diego.

Here’s a fine tribute to Diego Maradona, which expresses how he is linked not just to Argentinians and Neapolitans, but all of us, far more eloquently than I could. Read more here. We all have moments that we cherish as Football fans, snapshots that stay with you.Falcao’s dummy against Italy in 1982 is a classic, or the George Best goal in America where he destroys … Continue reading Sheer Poetry from shinner1978: Diolch Diego.

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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

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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