Hosanah is the Final Piece of Wrexham’s Jigsaw

The last six weeks have been dominated by talk of squad building. The transfer window finally shut this week, so did we actually develop the all-singing, all-dancing squad we hoped for? The deadline day itself was quieter than anticipated, but the sole signing was a significant one. Bryce Hosanah wasn’t the type of player we expected to see arriving at The Racecourse, but he tells … Continue reading Hosanah is the Final Piece of Wrexham’s Jigsaw

Cleworth Shines at Solihull

We were hoping for a dramatic start to the season, and we weren’t let down. Eye-catching new signings made spectacular debuts and Phil Parkinson started his managerial reign by getting a result away to difficult opposition. Yet it was an unexpected performance by a youngster that stole the show. That’s not to diminish all those debutants. Paul Mullin looked too good for our division, which … Continue reading Cleworth Shines at Solihull

Davies and Jarvis Benefit from the Power of Three

Last Saturday wasn’t great. Losing to a lower division team on penalties with a heavily-rotated team isn’t all that of a shock: it’s not as if the FA Trophy was ever a priority, after all. However, we have enough squad depth to be able to make 9 changes from the previous game and still come through. Still, there were things to learn from the game. … Continue reading Davies and Jarvis Benefit from the Power of Three

The Cups Run Over

Right, let’s get back to business. Now all that cup stuff has been dealt with, we can focus on the serious challenge of climbing the table again. Not that our league campaign won’t be influenced by the last couple of weeks. Indeed, they marked a crucial opportunity for Dean Keates to take stock. Following on from the excellent performance against Bromley, our efforts against Rochdale … Continue reading The Cups Run Over

PREVIEW | Wrexham AFC v Sutton United

We welcome Sutton United to The Racecourse for the fourth time today, and we ought to have won all our previous encounters in North Wales 1-0. That was the score last season, when Kieran Kennedy scored the only goal from a 78th minute corner to maintain our push for the play-offs, and it was also the case in September 2016, when Sutton dominated Gary Mills’ … Continue reading PREVIEW | Wrexham AFC v Sutton United

#WxmAnorak | Wrexham AFC 1 Ayr United 1

Cian Williams became the second youngest player in Wrexham’s history. He is also the youngest Wrexham player to play at The Racecourse in a senior match, usurping Robbie Evans. Wrexham’s first game in Scottish competition. Jake Bickerstaff is the second youngest player to score on his debut for Wrexham, after Bernard Evans (15/9/54 Bradford City (a) 2-2). He’s also the 14th, and oldest, 17-year-old to … Continue reading #WxmAnorak | Wrexham AFC 1 Ayr United 1