Isn’t Italian a lyrical language? Signing Jordan Ponticelli was an invitation to delve into linguistics which I couldn’t resist. It seemed pretty obvious that his name means little bridges, but that’s not all. Ponticelli is also the Italian word for jump leads! How brilliant, to come up with such an evocative word for a mundane object. They make little bridges between cars; why didn’t we … Continue reading Italian for Beginners
It’s felt on the cards since Dean Keates returned and Macclesfield’s sad collapse worsened. The reunion of Jay Harris and Dean Keates, the fierce heart of Wrexham’s best side since we were demoted from League One, has finally happened. As morale-boosting transfers go, this is about as good as it gets without crossing over into the crazy transfer speculation certain corners of the internet specialise … Continue reading Jay, eh?
Wrexham’s first win at Harrogate. Wrexham remain unbeaten at Harrogate – P3 W1 D2 L0 Wrexham have never conceded a goal at Harrogate. James Jennings’ goal was the first goal Harrogate have conceded in 2020. Previously they’d kept 5 clean sheets in a row. First points Harrogate have dropped in 2020 – previously they had won their last 6 games. Wrexham have won 6 of … Continue reading #WxmAnorak | Harrogate Town 0 Wrexham AFC 2
You wait all month for some exciting signings, and then two come along at once! Last Saturday was cause for cautious optimism. Whether it was the best performance of the season is debatable, but it was certainly our most comfortable win, our escapades in the Scottish Distraction Trophy apart. To sit back and enjoy the second half without that voice in the back of your … Continue reading Signs of Life
Lee Fowler returns to take your questions and, as always, gives a brilliant insight into how a real thinker with lots of experience of the game reads football. Continue reading Half Time Show | Lee Fowler on Wrexham’s New Signings and Squad
If Luke Summerfield had headed in a late fourth for Wrexham last Saturday he’d have capped a perfect day with a perfect hat trick. (I’m sure a perfect hat trick hasn’t been a thing until recently, but it’s been an answer on “Pointless” now, so it’s official!) Whatever part of his anatomy would have stuck in his theoretical third doesn’t matter though: the thing is, … Continue reading Luke Summerfield and the Pursuit of Perfection
Wrexham equal their best win against WOking (9/11/14 3-0 FA Cup 2nd round) Last time Wrexham won by three goals: 12/10/19 St Mirren Colts (h) 4-1 Last time Wrexham won a league game by three goals: 26/12/18 Salford (h) 5-1 Luke Summerfield scored 2 goals in a game for the first time in his 470-game career. Luke Summerfield’s first goal since 11/11/18 Weston Super Mare … Continue reading #WxmAnorak | Wrexham AFC 3 Woking 0