This is the first competitive match between Wrexham and Chorley. Wrexham’s 100th game on Boxing Day. Wrexham have won 3 out of 4 league games in December: the most wins managed in any month this season in all competitions. Wrexham have won 3 of their last 4 league games by two goals, having previously not won a league match by more than 1 goal all … Continue reading #WxmAnorak | Wrexham AFC 3 Chorley 1
Dean Keates has positive memories of welcoming Bromley to The Racecourse. His first win as manager came at their expense in October 2016 as Shaun Harrad and Gerry McDonagh scored the goals in a 2-1 win. Keates would clear his squad out swiftly though, as only two of the players used in that match would still be at the club by the start of next … Continue reading Preview | Wrexham AFC v Bromley
As the search of a new manager goes into its second week, the importance of getting this decision right and exploring all possibilities is obvious. We have suffered such upheaval since dropping out of the Football League – 9 managers in 11 years – that we desperately need to select someone who will not only do a good job, but will stick around to build … Continue reading Dial K For Keatsy
Did we get rid of Scott Boden too soon? I know this is a provocative question. Perhaps even a stupid question. After all, Boden is a striker who managed a grand total of three goals for us last season in a side which failed to add attacking potency to an extraordinary defence. Common sense demanded that we dismantled the attacking portion of the side last … Continue reading Was Scott Boden Discarded Too Soon by Wrexham AFC?
If we win today we’ll have won four consecutive matches for the first time since August 2015, and we have a perfect home record against Bromley, although we’ll also lack our secret weapon against them, as we can no longer call upon the services of Ntumba Massanka! Massanka’s scoring record against Bromley is remarkable, with four goals in two substitute appearances. That record is made … Continue reading PREVIEW Wrexham AFC v Bromley
Here’s my column from this 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. Wrexham’s board took the right choice last week when they decided that Andy Davies should take the club through until the end of the season. His appointment … Continue reading Andy Davies Was Wrexham AFCs Smart Option
My co-commentator James Harrison has a habit of hitting the nail on the head, and last Monday he made a succinct point which, in the space of one sentence, summed up the beauty of that win over York better than ninety minutes of my ranting had. I’d been unable to resist the temptation to couch the whole broadcast in the context of a rebellion against … Continue reading Nobody Puts Leo in the Corner
Voting opened this week for the Player of the Season and the Young Player, and I can’t recall a more unpredictable year for either trophy. It’s a natural consequence of a season which has lacked stability that no obvious candidates have emerged. Furthermore, when a campaign has split itself into such diverse segments, it’s difficult to work out who to reward. The players Dean … Continue reading Who’s Your Player of the Season?
I was left conflicted after Saturday’s game with North Ferriby. It was good that we dominated the game, but bad that we failed to score more than once against a side which looked weaker than any other we’ve faced this season. The cause of my internal conflict was a goalkeeper who looked like he’s seven years old but played with the swagger of a Schmeichel. … Continue reading Rooney Meets His Youthful Nemesis