I’ve had enough time to get over the frustration of Tuesday night: I think I hid my devastation about as well as Andy Morrell did! Things might not look too positive right now, but don’t give up hope. After all, in the Conference this has been The Year of the Extraordinary! If you think about it, this season has defied logic, like the Magic Road … Continue reading Wrexham Should Take Hope from the Year of the Extraordinary
Gorgeous, ain’t it? Trophies are great aren’t they? Symbols of glory, the spoils of conquest, unequivocally a source of pride. Well, not necessarily. A couple of weeks ago I made my acquaintance with the most pointless trophy in football. I’d actually seen it sitting about many times this season, hardly in a place of honour, bunged on a shelf at The Racecourse with a variety … Continue reading Second Place Is Nowhere
So was last night’s postponement a bad thing? Well, yes. As I’ll point out in a moment, it adds worryingly to a congested fixture list which is in danger of a Jenga-style collapse. However, four days before our first Wembley final is no time for pessimism, so I’ll kick off by looking at the positives. No last minute injuries. No red cards to spoil our … Continue reading Looking on the Bright Side
Jay blinded me with Science! I equipped myself for the drive to and from Hereford with old podcasts, and ended up listening to Brian Cox’s “Infinite Monkey Cage”, a BBC Science/comedy show which tends to start off stimulating but drifts off into an area that makes my head hurt. That’s usually the point where, trying to balance quantum physics with a diversion, I slide into … Continue reading Hereford United 0 Wrexham 1
Fasten your seatbelts folks, we’ve hit the serious point of the season! The games will come thick and fast from now on, and the pattern which is forming seems to be settling the challenge into two clear stages. In February we’ll have to be able to put away the sides a title-chasing team would hope to beat. As things stand in the table at the … Continue reading Beware The Sides of March
The Daily Post are talking about aiming for a treble of wins against Southport this season, and they’re right to be looking at our matches against them as crucial to this season. Despite our impressive run of form aganst them (if we win our next match against them, whenever that might be, we’ll have established the longest run of wins we’ve managed against them in … Continue reading Watch Out For Watson!