Massive March

Facing Sutton on their patch feels like the beginning of the sharp end of the season. We’ve got ourselves fairly securely into the play-off spots, but Sutton are really well-placed: in terms of points per game, they’re the top team in the division. Games in March are usually highly significant, but this season everything’s different. There’s a lot of football still to be fitted in, … Continue reading Massive March

Notts Police Show How Mutual Respect Pays Off

Last Sunday was one of those occasions when you really appreciate being a football fan. A procession of fans pouring across country to follow their side, congregating and dominating the area around the ground in a good-natured manner, welcomed by the local fans and club, who were a credit to themselves as a positive, friendly atmosphere prevailed. Just look at the home end when County … Continue reading Notts Police Show How Mutual Respect Pays Off

#WxmAnorak | Notts County 1 Wrexham AFC 1

Third time in a year that Wrexham have taken over 1,500 fans to an away game (Solihull Moors August 2018: 1,501; Chesterfield October 2018 1,520 Biggest away attendance since 9/3/19 at Leyton Orient (6, 645) First time since joining the National League that Wrexham haven’t scored from a set piece in the first five games. Wrexham have scored in 6 consecutive away games for the … Continue reading #WxmAnorak | Notts County 1 Wrexham AFC 1

PREVIEW | Wrexham AFC v Notts County

The last time we played Notts County, we managed to fend off the inevitable. If results had gone the wrong way, that weekend would have ended our eighty-seven years in the Football League. However, a late Neil Roberts goal earned us a 1-0 win, and we postponed our relegation…for a full three days! The win was a surprise because our record against Notts County before … Continue reading PREVIEW | Wrexham AFC v Notts County

5 Questions Before Notts County – Wrexham AFC

Will We Miss Jake Lawlor? Jake Lawlor’s suspension means Shaun Pearson will have a new partner. I’d assume it’ll be Michael Chambers, and that his absence on the bench on Tuesday had no further significance than he lost out to a more versatile option in Adam Barton. The quality in Chambers which appears to have attracted our coaching staff most is his ability to bring … Continue reading 5 Questions Before Notts County – Wrexham AFC

PREVIEW: Lincoln City 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) Traditionally Lincoln is a place we tend to approach with trepidation, but in recent years we’ve done well at Sincil Bank. We came within seven minutes of … Continue reading PREVIEW: Lincoln City v Wrexham AFC