BALANCE SHEET: Torquay United v Wrexham FC

  Positives We’re going to Wembley! Excellent organisation when we didn’t have the ball. A masterful performance in front of the back four by Dean Keates. Once again Steve Tonassen was rock solid. Another clean sheet! Louis Moult worked terrifically hard up front. Kieron Morris listened to the half time advice and attacked the far post to great effect! Negatives Torquay were nice people. I … Continue reading BALANCE SHEET: Torquay United v Wrexham FC

BALANCE SHEET: Wrexham FC v Torquay United

Positives First clean sheet since Boxing Day. After a shaky start we were very compact when we didn’t have the ball. Luke Waterfall and Manny Smith’s best game together yet. An impressive performance by Steve Tomassen, who is looking solid at right back. Promising debuts from Kyle Storer and Kieron Morris. The hard work Andy Bishop and Louis Moult put in when we didn’t have … Continue reading BALANCE SHEET: Wrexham FC v Torquay United

Balance Sheet: Wrexham v Eastleigh

Positives Elliott Durrell scored! Andy Bishop scored! Dean Keates returned, lasted ninety minutes, and gave the midfield some authority. We made a side which have invested heavily and are aiming for promotion look rather pedestrian. Dan Bachmann’s domination of the penalty area. Mark Carrington’s polished return to the team. We actually took our chances when we were on top, unlike last Monday! Negatives Although not … Continue reading Balance Sheet: Wrexham v Eastleigh

The Balance Sheet: Wrexham v Welling

Positives The last seven minutes. The impact of the three substitutes. Kevin Wilkin showed he’s not scared to make radical changes if necessary. The GUS’s reaction to Joe Clarke’s goal. Another whole-hearted performance by Ross White. Wes York’s pace and penetration in the opening and closing ten minutes of the match. Negatives The first 83 minutes. We look like we’re going to struggle to break … Continue reading The Balance Sheet: Wrexham v Welling

Alfreton Town v Wrexham: The Balance Sheet

Positives: We could have won by more. Louis Moult continues to look like a class act. Manny Smith’s strength at the back is a real asset. We showed character in the face of a great deal of provocation against a very physical side. Connor Jennings got his first goal and was constantly involved when he put in his regular twenty minute stint in the middle. … Continue reading Alfreton Town v Wrexham: The Balance Sheet