Who are the youngest players who lived the dream and scored for everyone’s favourite team? Continue reading Can You Name Wrexham AFC’s Youngest Goalscorers?
Tomorrow will be an uplifting experience whatever happens on the pitch, with 1,300 tickets sold for the Grassroots Youth Football Day. Hundreds of kids will have an important formative experience. Such initiatives epitomise the concept of a community club in action. Obviously there’s a potential benefit to the club. If some of them enjoy the experience and want to keep coming, we’ve created some new … Continue reading How Wrexham’s Youthful Initiative Builds The Town’s Future
Our 2-0 win over Aldershot last October ended a run of three defeats against them, our worst sequence of consecutive losses in this fixture. Now we need to break the pattern of 2-0 defeats at The Recreation Ground – each of our last two trips there ended in that scoreline. Our last win at Aldershot was in November 2015 when Wes York’s second half goal … Continue reading Wrexham Take Their Best Shot
It’s wonderful to see Wrexham rediscovering our FA Cup form and reminding us all of the remarkable pedigree we’ve enjoyed in this competition. When we drew at Harrogate in this season’s qualifying round, we set a club record for the most games without a win in the FA Cup. Since then we’ve rediscovered our winning ways, and now approach an opportunity to add a cup … Continue reading Wrexham’s Greatest FA Cup XI
Gary Mills’ loan signings tend to be like Donald Trump’s sense of humility: seldom seen, to the point where you begin to wonder if they ever existed in the first place. Gerry McDonagh might be the man to buck that trend. Certainly, his crucial intervention on Tuesday offered hope that he might be the man to spearhead our attack in the absence of the unfortunate … Continue reading PREVIEW: Aldershot Town v Wrexham AFC
Gary Mills will be keen to maintain our good run of form tomorrow against Aldershot, an opponent we’ve tended to have the upper hand against in recent clashes. Since we reacquainted ourselves with The Shots in The Conference following their demise and return to the Football League we’ve had by far the better of things. Admittedly, things started badly as a trip to Aldershot in … Continue reading PREVIEW: Aldershot Town v Wrexham AFC
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. An open letter to the Wrexham team: Be ready to seize the moment on Sunday. Obviously being a winner at Wembley will be something to tell the … Continue reading An open letter to Wrexham FC’s players
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. Tomorrow’s match isn’t just a test against the league leaders: it’s a significant milestone for our manager. The game will be Kevin Wilkin’s fiftieth as manager of … Continue reading PREVIEW: Wrexham FC v Barnet FC
This isn’t a match report, it’s an emotions report. For any Maidstone fan, or any Wrexham fan who missed Saturday’s game, they missed a trip to the Theatre of Joy. Listen to the podcast if you weren’t there, not to Mark Griffiths’ words, but to get a sense of how he felt about the game. Bloody brilliant!! My first positive emotion came from the way … Continue reading Joy ,Joy, Joy
All content in the column (c) http://www.leaderlive.co.uk. John Neal’s spell as manager of Wrexham between September 1968 and June 1977 marked a crucial era in the club’s history. Indeed, you could reasonably call him the father of the modern club, as it was he who established a reputation for developing youthful talent which would stand the club in good stead throughout the 1970s, while his … Continue reading John Neal: One of Wrexham’s True Greats
Wrexham’s merchandising is now a beautifully oiled machine. Why not take a look at the online shop or visit the real shops at the ground or Eagles Meadow. It hasn’t always been this good you know. See below a few of the products you probably never wanted, that thankfully got strangled at birth. Mickey Thomas Monopoly – (Mickey was so thrilled with this idea he agreed … Continue reading Wrexham’s fantastical compendium of festive fun failures
Let’s shake off the depression and cheer ourselves up by watching Wrexham beat Arsenal in six seconds! Continue reading Six Second Heaven!