or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Tunnocks Caramel Wafer Scottish Challenge Cup. I quite like the Tunnocks Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup. Am I mad? Let’s get one thing straight from the start: having teams from the fifth division of English football (and indeed, from the Welsh, Irish and Northern Irish leagues, not to mention SPL youth sides) is a ludicrous gimmick … Continue reading Embracing The Strange
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We welcome Sutton United to The Racecourse for the fourth time today, and we ought to have won all our previous encounters in North Wales 1-0. That was the score last season, when Kieran Kennedy scored the only goal from a 78th minute corner to maintain our push for the play-offs, and it was also the case in September 2016, when Sutton dominated Gary Mills’ … Continue reading PREVIEW | Wrexham AFC v Sutton United
Cian Williams became the second youngest player in Wrexham’s history. He is also the youngest Wrexham player to play at The Racecourse in a senior match, usurping Robbie Evans. Wrexham’s first game in Scottish competition. Jake Bickerstaff is the second youngest player to score on his debut for Wrexham, after Bernard Evans (15/9/54 Bradford City (a) 2-2). He’s also the 14th, and oldest, 17-year-old to … Continue reading #WxmAnorak | Wrexham AFC 1 Ayr United 1
With the signing of Devonte Redmond, Paul Edwards’ son, today, I thought it might be interesting to compile an XI of Wrexham players whose fathers also represented the club. It wasn’t easy – Redmond is joining a very select band – and frankly this side wouldn’t function very well if it could somehow be put on the pitch: Wrexham players don’t seem to pass attacking … Continue reading The Wrexham AFC Bring Your Son To Work XI