Is It Maxwell Time Again?

While Marina Hyde writes about the irony of Villas-Boas “going in-depth” to investigate Fernando Torres’ comments about his midfield team mates at Chelsea, how will Wrexham’s own freedom of speech spat pan out? Or should I say our second spat? Chris Blackburn complained about his status-admittedly in more private circumstances-and was swiftly shown the door. Hopefully the Chris Maxwell situation will have a very different … Continue reading Is It Maxwell Time Again?

Tactical Report: 10th September 2011 Barrow 3 Wrexham 1 Blue Square Bet Premier

Wrexham finallly came unstuck in their eighth game of the season, and there’s no doubt that their Fowler-centric approach was less effective than it has been in any other game this season, but while the reasons for that are worth analysing, don’t let that, the absence of Mark Creighton or criticism of the referee, blind you from the one basic factor which shaped this game: … Continue reading Tactical Report: 10th September 2011 Barrow 3 Wrexham 1 Blue Square Bet Premier

The Benefits of a Settled Side

Two games I have seen this week have once again brought home the number of players that have passed through the revolving door at The Racecourse over the last few years. Firstly although unable to travel to Wembley on Tuesday the appearances of Andrew Crofts, Neil Taylor and Joe Allon confirmed that players can go on to bigger and better things after leaving North Wales. … Continue reading The Benefits of a Settled Side

>Reality Bites Hard in the Lakes

>Four years ago we enjoyed a great laugh at Dave Bayliss’ expense. He managed the humiliating feat of getting sent off against us while he was on loan from us! Rejected, then he bombs out in public! Well, who’s laughing now? Barrow’s victory over Wrexham tonight doesn’t guarantee safety for Bayliss’ side, of course, but it’s a huge result for them. And, sadly, for us. … Continue reading >Reality Bites Hard in the Lakes