#WxmAnorak | Wrexham AFC 1 Halifax Town 0

Wrexham’s first win over Halifax in 6 games, ending our longest winless run against them. First time Wrexham have won with ten men since 23rd September 2017 at Tranmere. We’ve had players sent off in 5 subsequent matches. First time Wrexham have scored with ten men since the Tranmere win. Last time Wrexham won at home despite a red card: 10/03/2012 Barrow (h) 2-0 Last … Continue reading #WxmAnorak | Wrexham AFC 1 Halifax Town 0

HISTORY IS MADE! The World’s First All-Mime Podcast

Mark Griffiths, Ollie Williams and Rich Griffiths try to talk through a brilliant win with ten men over top of the table Halifax. However, a technical issue means there’s no audio! Watch from 15.30 as they try to recreate the game through mime, and then have some fun with the live comments! It works…sort of. An orthodox podcast will soon be available through Spotify, Soundcloud … Continue reading HISTORY IS MADE! The World’s First All-Mime Podcast

PREVIEW | Wrexham AFC v Halifax Town

Halifax arrive in fine fettle, and they’ll be encouraged by happy memories of North Wales. They’ve lost just one of their last 8 visits to The Racecourse. Their last win was a 1-0 win in an LDV Vans Trophy match in December 2000,. For our last home win over Halifax you have to go back to August 2015, when Javan Vidal, Dom Vose and Wes … Continue reading PREVIEW | Wrexham AFC v Halifax Town

5 Questions Before Wrexham AFC – Halifax Town

Can we do that “Fortress Racecourse” thing again? Our recent home record is magnificent. Discarding the Eastleigh defeat, partly because it was a play-off, partly because it just feels right, we’ve won our last five home league games, and eight out of the last nine. With familiar problems on the road re-emerging, we need to keep that whole “Fortress Racecourse” thing going. Is it time … Continue reading 5 Questions Before Wrexham AFC – Halifax Town

Mike Fondop: The Incomplete Bomber

In Italy they call they have a phrase for it. Il Bomber. No matter what else you do, you need a Bomber to achieve your objective. Powerful, destructive, decisive, he’s the striker that delivers the end product, the goals to confirm your strategy. It’s the thing Wrexham lacked last season. Which brings me to the man Sam Ricketts brought in to be our Bomber. When … Continue reading Mike Fondop: The Incomplete Bomber

The Perils Of Taking The Lead

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. I’m happy. We’re in the top five, playing nice football and I stand by my pre-season assertion that we’ll keep improving as the season wears on and … Continue reading The Perils Of Taking The Lead

That Whole James Gray – Zinedine Zidane Thing

It looks like James Gray has unwittingly sparked one of the more unexpected debates at the start of this season. I can’t say it occurred to me to question his role in the current side until it was publicly doubted, and to be honest I can’t see why a perceived lack of goals is an issue. After all, he has a strike rate of a … Continue reading That Whole James Gray – Zinedine Zidane Thing