Two matches is a very small sample size so perhaps I should guard against getting carried away. However, our last two matches suggest that Jon Nolan has the capability to become that most rare of things – a successful loan signing. In fact, the current crop of loanees are shaping up quite well. James Caton looked sharp when he came on against Shrewsbury, and the … Continue reading Is Jon Nolan About to Break the Loan Jinx?
A comment Kevin Wilkin made after the 6-1 victory over Stockport intrigued me. Naturally attention was focussed on his opinion of the beating we’d doled out to The Hatters and the comedy capers as Joe Clarke went in goal, but it was his judgement of Steve Tomassen which really made my ears prick up. It was just the one sentence, but it revealed a lot: … Continue reading Is It Tomassen Time?
Positives: We’re through to the third round! Lots of creativity in midfield – Clarke, Carrington and Harris all played defence-splitting passes to put strikers clear on goal. The energy and movement of Connor Jennings. Jon Flatt’s string of sharp saves. James Pearson’s first career assist. Wes York’s pace allowed us to get in behind Maidstone’s defence regularly. Andy Bishop maintained his fine scoring record in … Continue reading The Balance Sheet: Wrexham v Maidstone
Two home games in a week, two very different experiences. Against Altrincham there was a failure to respond to the unusual circumstances of the match. This is, to an extent, understandable of course. We know how to react to every day problems but an unexpected crisis will throw you: that’s why I know what to do when the fuse blows in my front room but … Continue reading Wrexham Must Beware The Bear
Here’s the youtube snippet of today’s interview with new signing James Pearson: the full interview is available on Wrexham Player. Continue reading James Pearson Signs