DRAGONHEART55 | Back To Reality

Chay Long and Mark Griffiths Look back on the Torquay game and an amazing week, and forwards to the FA Cup tie at Harrogate. We hear from the fans and Harry Lennon. 00:01:28 Rob and Ryan at The Racecourse, including: 00:05:28 Fans’ opinions of Rob and Ryan’s visit 00:24:07 The Torquay game 00:41:10 Harrogate preview 00:51:29 Harry Lennon interview As always, DragonHeart is available as … Continue reading DRAGONHEART55 | Back To Reality

They shout loudest, but represent nobody

Well done Wrexham AFC. Faced with an uncomfortable situation on Saturday, we were firm and clear in our message. We will not tolerate behaviour which is not worthy of the club. Last Saturday was a wonderful day, with Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds rounding off a tumultuous, historic week by finally getting to attend a game at The Racecourse. It was an occasion we’ve been … Continue reading They shout loudest, but represent nobody

PREVIEW | Wrexham AFC v Torquay United

Tomorrow is Dean Keates’ hundredth game as Wrexham manager. He’s the sixteenth person to reach that milestone, and boasts the fifth best league loss percentage in our history. Keates is only the second person to have two spells as our boss, and is enjoying considerably more success than the other one. Billy Morris was in the Racecourse hot seat twice in the early 1960s, but … Continue reading PREVIEW | Wrexham AFC v Torquay United

A Week’s A Long Time In Football

At last, five weeks into his return to The Racecourse, Dean Keates has had a week to work with his players. Our remarkable accumulation of midweek fixtures, due in part to our participation in that Scottish thing, with the unexpected addition of needing two bites of the cherry to see off Chesterfield, has meant Keates and Andy Davies haven’t had a free week to work … Continue reading A Week’s A Long Time In Football

Wrexham’s Win Over Bromley Was Much Better Than It Looked

The consensus after the Bromley game was it was an excellent victory but a poor match. The number of misplaced passes and errors was the main reason for drawing that conclusion, and I must admit that, for much of my commentary, I was making exactly that point. But I was wrong, and I realized it as the game wore on. We’re naturally attracted to creative … Continue reading Wrexham’s Win Over Bromley Was Much Better Than It Looked

Preview | Torquay United v Wrexham AFC

Historically, home advantage has been key matches between these sides, which is hardly surprising considering the distance between the clubs. However, we’ve enjoyed the upper hand lately: indeed, if we avoid defeat tonight, we’ll match our longest unbeaten run in this fixture, having gone five games without losing to The Gulls. In the midst of that run, we enjoyed our biggest ever win over Torquay, … Continue reading Preview | Torquay United v Wrexham AFC