Carrington’s Suspension Tests Wrexham’s Resources

So Mark Carrington’s appeal came to nothing and now we’ll begin to see whether the thinness of our squad is going to be an insurmountable obstacle this season. The appeal was built on sound foundations as the accuracy of the referee’s description of the foul in his report is often what’s under scrutiny rather than the challenge itself. However, if we ignore the cynicism of Adam … Continue reading Carrington’s Suspension Tests Wrexham’s Resources

Wrexham 1 Cambridge United 1

This is the 1,000th post on this blog, and I’m pleased to say it’s not going to be as difficult to write as I feared it might have been! After last Tuesday’s events an unpleasant air has lingered over The Racecourse. Dissatisfaction threatened to spill over into something more substantial, but this was a positive performance underpinned by decisive decision-making from Andy Morrell. It was … Continue reading Wrexham 1 Cambridge United 1