Preview | Dagenham & Redbridge v Wrexham AFC

Things are looking up for Wrexham at Dagenham. We started horribly at Victoria Road, losing our first two matches there 3-0. In fact we went 450 minutes against The Daggers before finally scoring past them, in injury time at the end of our fifth match against them. Even then, that was an own goal, but significantly it earned us a 1-0 win, which was obviously … Continue reading Preview | Dagenham & Redbridge v Wrexham AFC

VOTE | Wrexham AFC’s Best National League Midfield

Over the next few days, you can pick the best XI to have represented Wrexham in the National League. Each day there’ll be a poll for a different position – after you’ve voted for each position your XI will be revealed. Who will you pick in Wrexham’s best National League Midfield? As we’ve played 4-3-3 for most of our time in the division, the side … Continue reading VOTE | Wrexham AFC’s Best National League Midfield

Who Will Be Wrexham AFC’s Player of the Season?

Awards season is upon us, and it’s appropriate to look back at the players who have made the greatest contribution to our promotion challenge, and are therefore in contention for the Player of the Season award. For me, it’s hard to look beyond Shaun Pearson. Last year he rightly won the award as a consequence of his leadership and fierce defending, and this season he … Continue reading Who Will Be Wrexham AFC’s Player of the Season?

Walker Versus Maguire-Drew the Key to Leyton Orient v Wrexham AFC

Today’s huge match will revolve around so many duels: Bonne against Wrexham’s stubborn defence; Tollitt trying to get behind Ling and pull Ekpiteta out of the middle; Wright trying to force McAnuff into deeper areas than he wants to be. However, perhaps the key clash will be between two players signed on loan by Sam Ricketts; one whose form makes him barely recognisable to Wrexham … Continue reading Walker Versus Maguire-Drew the Key to Leyton Orient v Wrexham AFC

#WxmAnorak Havant & Waterlooville 2 Wrexham AFC 3

Wrexham end a run of six away games without a goal, which equals the club record. Shaun Pearson’s goal was Wrexham’s first away goal since Brad Walker scored at Maidstone in November. First time Wrexham have conceded first and gone on to win since October 2017 against Eastleigh. Bryan Hughes is the first Wrexham manager to win his first two games since Dean Saunders (October … Continue reading #WxmAnorak Havant & Waterlooville 2 Wrexham AFC 3

Wrexham AFC Need a First Home Win Over Dagenham & Redbridge

Our record against Dagenham and Redbridge has improved dramatically of late as we’ve won our last two away games against them, but now we need to address matters closer to home, as we’ve never beaten The Daggers at The Racecourse. Their first visit to North Wales, in March 2008, ended in a goalless draw, and was seen as a missed opportunity for Brian Little’s side, … Continue reading Wrexham AFC Need a First Home Win Over Dagenham & Redbridge

How Scoring Five Can Show You Need More Cutting Edge

We’re still getting to know our new manager, but we learned something interesting about him this week: he likes to get his transfer business done early. There are certainly no flies on Graham Barrow when it comes to sorting out his signings. Within a week of the transfer window opening he’d drafted in two new strikers, converted a loan into a permanent deal and made … Continue reading How Scoring Five Can Show You Need More Cutting Edge

Barrow Makes Sense For Wrexham AFC

Meet the new boss; same as the old boss. That seems to be how a lot of Wrexham fans have greeted the appointment of Graham Barrow, but I don’t think they’re right. Clearly the club evaluated other options, which might be interesting indicators of our future targets. However, those deals all had practical drawbacks, while the appointment of Barrow is simple, ensures the squad have … Continue reading Barrow Makes Sense For Wrexham AFC

Is Brad Walker the new Danny Williams?

Is Brad Walker the new Danny Williams? The similarities between the on-loan Crewe player and Williams, a Wrexham stalwart of the first decade of the century, are obvious. Big, strong and able to either play as a centre back or in front of the defence, both players have the attributes necessary to help a side battle its way through a season in the lower divisions. … Continue reading Is Brad Walker the new Danny Williams?