As Liverpool won the Champions League Final, let’s have a look at the links between Liverpool and Wrexham. Continue reading Wrexham AFC’s Liverpool Links
Results don’t necessarily matter in youth football, which of course is what I would say after Chester knocked us out of the FA Youth Cup. However, it’s certainly true that the chances of a long run in the competition are limited for lower division sides, and the outcome that really matters is how many players come through who are capable of playing at senior level. … Continue reading The Young Ones
This is Cymro_Cymraeg’s first column for Wrexhamfan. Its purpose is to round up all the latest news from around the football club and get you readers excited for next season!
At Christmas last year we were handily placed. A terrible Christmas period yes, but the playoffs were in reach. The squad needed freshening, rejuvenating or shooting, take your pick. What is indisputable is that Mills needed funds. Did we have the funds to give him? Well that is an interesting question. Mills did an amazing job in turning our form round. Simon Heslop was an … Continue reading Conservative Accounting Is Costing Us Dear
Here’s my column from last week’s Leader. It forms part of the paper’s comprehensive pre-match coverage every Friday, featuring interviews, an in-depth look at the opposition and lots of statistical analysis. All content in the column (c) http://www.leaderlive.co.uk. It’s natural to get excited over new signings, and the Danny Ward windfall has got fans pondering the potential for a Summer splurge by Gary Mills, but … Continue reading Wrexham AFC Must Spend Liverpool FC’s Danny Ward Windfall Carefully
After a busy pre-season, with Kevin Wilkin and his staff preparing for the new season, there’s been one subject that has failed to go unresolved, the goalkeeper. Our initial thoughts before going into pre-season was that Joslain Mayebi and Andy Coughlin will battle it out for the number one shirt but since then Mayebi has failed to return to training, his contract expired and he is … Continue reading The goalkeeping merry-go-round
> I went to see the youth team play Bangor last night, and felt more positive than I have for a while! While the first team scrap away in The Conference, the young lads look to have something to them. Okay, let’s not get too carried away. It’s only youth football, and they were up against opposition which was certainly decent-Bangor gave a very feisty … Continue reading >The Kids Are Alright