Last Saturday wasn’t great. Losing to a lower division team on penalties with a heavily-rotated team isn’t all that of a shock: it’s not as if the FA Trophy was ever a priority, after all. However, we have enough squad depth to be able to make 9 changes from the previous game and still come through. Still, there were things to learn from the game. … Continue reading Davies and Jarvis Benefit from the Power of Three
The screaming in the front room brought my wife downstairs to see what was going on. And that was just for the equaliser. It might have only been mid-December, but Christmas came early in our house this year. There’s nothing like a late winner, and it’s an unfamiliar sensation for Wrexham fans. We’ve been starved of that fantastic rush which comes with pinching a result … Continue reading Hall-Johnson Brings Back the Good Times
Yes, it’s the obligatory Aggborough Soup blog. It had to happen, so I might as well get it over with. It feels a bit strange to see the arguments raging between Wrexham and Kidderminster fans on the internet, and consider the raw atmosphere which will greet us tomorrow, as Harriers are one of the best clubs you could possibly to visit. It’s also been the … Continue reading In The Soup
> Hold on a second…we thought Weymouth were coming to The Racecourse with nothing to play for, but it turns out they might stay up after all! According to their new chairman Ian Ridley, there’s talk that a team which has survived the battle against the drop might want to take a voluntary demotion, meaning the side in fourth bottom will stay up, so a … Continue reading >It’s Not A Dead Match After All!
>I’ve had an uneasy feeling about Sunday’s game for some time. It’s set up to cap a grim conclusion to the season in the most depressing manner possible. The inevitable happened tonight when Weymouth were finally relegated, losing a game they had to win at home to York, who in turn just about stay up despite the fact that under Martin Foyle they’ve won five … Continue reading >Assume Nothing
>Just read the following from Weymouth’s website: it’s incredibly powerful and certainly reminds you of how awful the prospect of losing your club is. We got such remarkable support from around the country when we were in desperate trouble-we owe it to Weymouth to return the favour. I’m interviewing Tim tomorrow for the podcast to try and spread the word further. Message from Tim Davis: … Continue reading >Help Save Weymouth
>What a tremendous result for us tonight! After the Kidderminster-Cambridge game was called off last night, Torquay crash at home to Weymouth and we remain in the top five. Feels like fate’s on our side at last! That’s a hell of a result tonight. How Weymouth are holding it together when they’ve got terrific off-field problems which are impacting on the squad as key players … Continue reading >Good Old Weymouth!
> Carden has been speaking to the BBC about his decision, but rather than live in the past Brian Little has been rather busy himself. The protracted Tom Kearney saga has finally ended with him signing on, and if the rumour mill is to be believed Weymouth’s Kyle Critchley and Paolo Vernazza and Woking’s Guiseppe Soleare on the way! Continue reading >The Merry-go-round Continues