So Kevin Wilkin it is then! I’d love to make out I had some inside knowledge, but I must say that the board played their cards impressively close to their chests throughout this process. My attempts to put two and two together and assume Micky Mellon was the man after he left Barnsley yesterday merely taught me that speculation is never a wise idea! Wilkin’s … Continue reading Wilkin is the Strong Silent Type Wrexham FC Need
>So the long-awaited retained list is out, and inevitably there are surprises and outgoing players that some of us will be sorry to see go. Of course Saunders promised he’s cut the squad back to the bone. Indeed, he said last Saturday that he’d have to release players he didn’t want to let go. Bearing that in mind, I have to add a qualifying statement … Continue reading >Time to Say Goodbye
There was something Dean Saunders said after the Gateshead match that didn’t quite stack up for me. For only the second time this season he picked an unchanged side, despite the fact that we’d played on a tiring pitch two days earlier. He then explained that part of the reason for our poor performance was the number of players who weren’t fully fit: Mangan and … Continue reading Personae Non Grata
>Let’s be honest, it’s looking pretty bleak for Matty Wolfenden. Unable to progress from the role of late substitute, when Danny Mitchley was brought into the squad he dropped a place in the pecking order. When Mitchley was then dropped after one game it was clear that Dean Saunders hadn’t brought the Blackpool striker in to lead the attack, but to round out the squad. … Continue reading >Where’s Wolfy?
> we start the Blue Square campaign the team and squad are coming together very nicely. Dean Saunders, true to his word, has not been rushed and signed just anyone. This week has seen Matty Wolfenden and Lamine Sakho agree to join the cause, whilst Tom Kearney had moved on to pastures new. The squad whilst being smaller than last year is packed with players … Continue reading >With two weeks left until……………