Why we must vote yes to the Racecourse lease

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. Saturday’s game is crucial in the context of our season but in the big scheme of things it’s nothing compared to Tuesday night’s fixture. The vote on … Continue reading Why we must vote yes to the Racecourse lease

The Honourable Notion?

I’ve been watching “The Honourable Woman” lately, and it fits squarely into the BBC’s portfolio of critically-praised drama which is over-written and therefore a bit hard to follow. It’s a bit like Wrexham’s academy deal with Glyndwr: it seems good, but is quite difficult to understand. The positives underwrite the whole project: as I understand it, it isn’t costing us anything and all the players … Continue reading The Honourable Notion?

Support Millwall FC’s cause and do Wrexham FC a favour

So, what does a man do when he has a train ticket to Braintree burning a hole in his pocket and no match to go to? There’s only one real option, a trip to see The Lions! Well, that was literally the only option as it was the only professional level match going ahead in London on Saturday thanks to the weather and the FA … Continue reading Support Millwall FC’s cause and do Wrexham FC a favour

Got 99 Problems and the Pitch is One

I’ve every confidence in Andy Morrell’s men being able to get us back into the Football League this season, but small factors can turn out to be significant when you’re pursuing a league title, and I hope the state of the Racecourse pitch doesn’t turn out to be crucial. It doesn’t look good, does it? Bobbly and heavy, it isn’t conducive to passing football and … Continue reading Got 99 Problems and the Pitch is One