Written by Gruffudd ab Owain Back in the summer, I wrote an article concerning the transfer rumours at the time called ‘Rumours Raining on Racecourse’. Welcome to volume 2! At the time Gary Mills was in charge of the club and three attackers were linked with Wrexham. John Rooney, Matt Rhead and Jordan Lussey were the ones amid speculation back in the close-season. Rooney has … Continue reading Rumours Raining on Racecourse Part Two
Each manager needs his defining moment. On the anniversary of Wrexham’s victory over Arsenal, could Kevin Wilkin be on the verge of his? Wrexham Football Club has, over its one hundred and fifty years of existence, earned a terrific reputation as a giant-killing club. If a manager wants to be commemorated in the clubs proud hall of fame, some exploits in a cup would go … Continue reading Kevin’s Big Day
Tomorrow we play at a stage of the FA Cup which, for so long was none of our concern, but the qualifying round presents a considerable obstacle to Wrexham Football Club. Hyde will be pleased to hear it’s not just the quality of the opposition that’s an issue; we’ve always struggled to get past the preliminaries of the cup and into the real thing. It’s … Continue reading The Qualifying Round Is Never A Formality For Wrexham FC!
>After speculating on his future yesterday, I understand we won’t see Stuart Nicholson at The Racecourse next season.It was interesting, apart from the Shrewsbury fan in the Aiston shirt below, to see a lad after the game in a Shrewsbury top with “NICHOLSON” on the back. His parents must have money to burn-“Dad, can I have a shirt with a name on it? I want … Continue reading >Nicholson’s Future Looking Clearer
>Brian Carey was right to urge caution after the fine victory at Port Vale on Tuesday; after all, one swallow doesn’t make a Summer, and smashing Sheffield Wednesday at the same stage last season hardly led to great things did it? But it was great wasn’t it? The greatest delight of it was its unexpected nature. It looked a tough task anyway, but when I … Continue reading >Carey The Genius