Is It Over for Lee Fowler?

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) So, has the second coming of Lee Fowler reached a premature conclusion? His return to The Racecourse raised a few eyebrows in the Summer, and it looks … Continue reading Is It Over for Lee Fowler?

Could Key Injuries Help Wrexham FC at Stoke City?

It’s counter-intuitive to think it, but is it possible that losing our twenty-goal strike combination might actually help us today? My heart says I’m being stupid. Andy Bishop and Louis Moult account for 43% of our goals this season, so losing them would surely compromise our chances of puling off something remarkable this afternoon. But my brain tells me that we can’t go into this … Continue reading Could Key Injuries Help Wrexham FC at Stoke City?

Into The Unknown

Wrexham go into the second leg of the play-offs faced with a quite simple task: to get to Wembley for the first time, they’ll have to do something they’ve never done before. They’ve never overturned a two goal deficit in the second leg of a two-legged tie. Not that there are many examples of them facing that situation; it has only happened twice, bizarrely both … Continue reading Into The Unknown

The Brotherhood of Fans

I was proud to be a Wrexham fan on Wednesday, and that pride cushioned the blow of defeat considerably. But I’m already more proud today. Today Wrexham’s fans, despite the fact that our season has been overshadowed by an over-arching concern about our cashflow, and we’ve had to dig into our pockets to keep the club going, will collect for our opponents Kettering in a … Continue reading The Brotherhood of Fans