We live in remarkable times. Off we head today to Scotland, to represent England against Rangers. But it’s their youth team. Still, we get to play at one of the world’s great football grounds, even if we choose not to give our first team the opportunity. Attitudes towards cup competitions have become increasingly ambivalent in recent years. From the highlight of the season, cup competitions … Continue reading Never Mind The Tunnocks
As it’s the Champions League Final today, here’s a few reminders of when Wrexham made their mark in Europe. Continue reading Wrexham in Europe
On Champions League Final day, let’s look back at the stadia which Wrexham have played at in Europe. Capacities are at the time of the game. Continue reading Wrexham’s European Stadia
It’s counter-intuitive to think it, but is it possible that losing our twenty-goal strike combination might actually help us today? My heart says I’m being stupid. Andy Bishop and Louis Moult account for 43% of our goals this season, so losing them would surely compromise our chances of puling off something remarkable this afternoon. But my brain tells me that we can’t go into this … Continue reading Could Key Injuries Help Wrexham FC at Stoke City?
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
So Gainsborough Trinity stand between us and a first trip to Wembley. A side from a lower level of football, and we’ve got the added insurance of playing the tie over two legs in case we suffer a wobble. We should be alright. But I bet that’s what Porto thought when they drew us in 1984. Trinity will be fierce foes. They’re going well in … Continue reading To The Trinity And Beyond