We might enjoy a rarity today: a full-strength Wrexham side in a cup tie! Of course, it’s not easy to put your finger on exactly what a full-strength Wrexham team is this season. Sam Ricketts’ policy of rotation has rather done away with the conventional notion of having a strongest eleven which the rest of the squad must fight to get into, and we ought … Continue reading Up For The Cup!
In a season where disappointing signings has been a key factors to a some what disappointing campaign, I take a look at a player who’s seemed to have faded out of the team, after having so much promise. Theo Bailey-Jones joined Wrexham after a successful trial with the reds last term and some good performances with the reserves. The young ex-Manchester City trainee looked to … Continue reading The Forgotten Man
I started this article thinking I had stumbled on to statistician gold and found the reason why Wrexham’s season has been so – dare I say average? During my visits to the Racecourse this season I have found myself urging the boys in red to “SHOOT” more often, often frustrated by plenty of pretty possession but a seeming unwillingness to go for goal. While I … Continue reading The Wrexham FC Season So Far in Stats – Is Middle of the Table about Right?