Cambridge United 0 Wrexham 0

After the Dartford frustration, this is more like it. A first away clean sheet since the Gateshead win in September (and scarily only our second away clean sheet of the season!) and a first away goalless draw in over a year, since we visited Forest Green 27 away games ago last February, are positive outcomes when you’re visiting a side challenging for the title. Defensive … Continue reading Cambridge United 0 Wrexham 0

Things Are Looking Up For The Reds

January, a new start for Wrexham as they aimed to change their poor season which began a whole six months ago. A disappointing mid-table position with some saying relegation was a possibility which, though I couldn’t see it myself, looked like a plausible opinion. But surely not? Surely the Wrexham that won the FA Trophy and were in the Play-Off final no longer than 10 … Continue reading Things Are Looking Up For The Reds

Crisitunity Knocks!

Lisa Simpson: “Look on the bright side, Dad. Did you know that the Chinese use the same word for ‘crisis’ as they do for ‘opportunity?’” Homer Simpson: “Yes. ‘Crisitunity!’” Homer has it right. The fact that our options are limited this week might just turn out to be a good thing after all. Why bother rotating your squad for the “congested Christmas fixture list” (© Sky … Continue reading Crisitunity Knocks!

Luton Loss Shows Importance of Artell to Wrexham FC

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) There were a lot of questions arising from the Luton match, many of them unpalatable ones. I’m not one to leap to harsh judgement as I think … Continue reading Luton Loss Shows Importance of Artell to Wrexham FC