PREVIEW | Wrexham AFC v AFC Fylde

After what happened at Ebbsfleet last season, it would take a great deal of bravery to predict this afternoon’s events. With five minutes to go before kick-off, it appeared that the game would not go ahead. The home players had circulated a statement through the stands, declaring that unless their lack of payment was resolved, they refused to take the pitch. They did walk out … Continue reading PREVIEW | Wrexham AFC v AFC Fylde

Wrexham Can’t Afford a Repeat at Ebbsfleet

We suffered a dispiriting beating at Ebbsfleet last season. When we went there, our promotion push was unravelling spectacularly after the departure of Dean Keates, while the home side were putting together an excellent run of form as they tried to make a late run into the play-offs. We held out until half time, but once we went behind thinks deteriorated swiftly, and we ended … Continue reading Wrexham Can’t Afford a Repeat at Ebbsfleet

Tactical Report: 31st March 2012 Cambridge United 1 Wrexham1 Blue Square Premier

The post match comments from Andy Morrell and Stephen Wright summed this performance up. Wrexham underperformed massively, looking like they had little in the tank for the match, and should have been very happy with the point. It was a match where too many small factors weighed against them, tipping the balance in Cambridge’s favour. The first key factor was the suspensions Wrexham suffered. In recent weeks, … Continue reading Tactical Report: 31st March 2012 Cambridge United 1 Wrexham1 Blue Square Premier

A Promising Start For the New Boys

After three weeks without a fixture, Wrexham faced Hayes & Yeading as the reds looked to reassert themselves in the title race. As well as the excitement of a first game in three weeks, there was the prospect of seeing some new faces in the side. With the loss of Curtis Obeng to Swansea City, Andy Morrell acted quickly in bringing in Danny Alfei, a … Continue reading A Promising Start For the New Boys