Nostradamus made vague and unproveable prophecies that were stolen from other people, whose prose he copied without shame. My desire is to follow in his footsteps. I shall apply my gift to the future of Wrexham Football Club, as is the tradition at this time of year. For all fans who prefer the excitement of the unknown, look away now! Kevin Wilkin’s future can be … Continue reading Son of Nostradamus
Wrexham’s merchandising is now a beautifully oiled machine. Why not take a look at the online shop or visit the real shops at the ground or Eagles Meadow. It hasn’t always been this good you know. See below a few of the products you probably never wanted, that thankfully got strangled at birth. Mickey Thomas Monopoly – (Mickey was so thrilled with this idea he agreed … Continue reading Wrexham’s fantastical compendium of festive fun failures
I suppose you could see this coming. Two sides which lack creativity and punch up front scraping their way to a scrappy goalless derby draw. The tension of the occasion gave it an edge which for some obscured the fact that neither goalkeeper had all that much to do. Indeed, that fact that the one decent save either keeper made, a sharp low stop … Continue reading Chester FC v Wrexham FC Tactical Report
The cliche tells us that tactics go out of the window in a derby game. Maybe there’s some truth to that as a player’s ability to stand up to the pressure of the big occasion is given a thorough examination, but it’s ultimately still the same players out there that have been working on their manager’s strategy all week. How the chalkboard affects the … Continue reading Chester FC v Wrexham FC Tactical Preview
The other day my wife asked me; “Have you checked the oil in the car?” I replied ; “That’s a very interesting question. You’re hair looks lovely today”. I expected my cunning response would elicit a response along the lines of; “Thank you my love, I’ve put some new expensive goop on it.” Like many husbands, I had misjudged my wife’s response. Her knuckles visited … Continue reading What was the question again?
150 years without a trip to Wembley, and then two come along at once.What a time it is to be a Wrexham fan. This was a victory for character as much as anything else: the character Dean Saunders looked to introduce to the club with the experienced players he brought in; the character Andy Morrell has instilled by continuing the process and creating a very … Continue reading Kidderminster Harriers 1 Wrexham 3 (aggregate: 2-5)
Here’s the Kidderminster podcast featuring Andy Morrell and Steve Burr. Continue reading Kidderminster Podcast
Here‘s the Kidderminster podcast, featuring Andy Morrell and Harriers boss Steve Burr. Continue reading Kidderminster Podcast