I wonder if Andy Morrell might be thinking about Nick Rushton as an option for the second half of the season. His loan is now up at Barrow – he marked his last game for them with a goal in the derby against Workington, and it seems he isn’t too sure what’s going to happen next. @Simms91 an to you mate! Got my last game … Continue reading Crunch Time For Rushton
Recently, I bumped into former Red and current Bala Town maestro Mark Jones in town. The 28 year old who had two spells at Wrexham with a year at Rochdale in-between, has been Welsh Premier League football for 3 years now after being released at the end of the 2009-10 season. A legend in his own right for his commitment and utterly unbelievable performances in … Continue reading That Boy Jonah!
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. With strikers picking up injuries and Andy Bishop having only the briefest of loan spells with us, questions are naturally being asked of our strength in depth … Continue reading Nick Rushton Makes The Step Up
We’re back in the Welsh Cup! Wow! A return to muddy nights sliding down a terrace in shin-high slime in Newtown. To playing in front of an empty Racecourse. To playing the likes of Pontlottyn Blast Furnace and Abergavenny Thursdays. And I’m genuinely looking forward to it desperately. Why am I so keen to take a step back into our past, and contest a competition … Continue reading Going Back to our Roots
> Another notable match in the Welsh Cup this weekend saw Obi Anoruo in action. He maintained his excellent scoring record, although he also missed an easy chance before he hit the net, but was also sent off. Anoruo had been involved in an earlier incident which led to an opponent getting a red card: before a corner he appeared to be arguing with his … Continue reading >Oh Boy Anoruo!
> We might be struggling to score goals, but the players we farm out to the League of Wales seem to be finding the net pretty easily. Steve Abbott got another two for TNS at the weekend, to continue his successful start for them, while Obi Anoruo hit the net for Newtown as well. Abbot has hit five goals in his six games for TNS … Continue reading >Prolific Wrexham Strikers Shocker!