Enter Stephanie Booth At Wrexham

The supporters of the club, as we mentioned on here last week, seem unlikely to be in favour of that and the one things that they need to be at present is unified. (12/01/2011) A constant theme of clubs where supporter protest has been successful in recent years has been where attempts on the part of their opponents to “divide and conquer” have failed. (02/02/2011) Unity, at this stage, cannot be understated and there are scores of examples of clubs at which arguments within a club’s support have been allowed to cloud a broader principle. (08/02/2011) Well, they can’t say that we haven’t issued sufficient warning, but if we have learnt one thing about the support of Wrexham Football Club over the last couple of weeks or so, it has been that this support seems unable – some might say pathologically unable – to unite, even in the face of adversity that is threatening to overwhelm their club and while it continues to enjoy a relatively successful season on the pitch. Indeed, events have been moving so quickly of late that it has started to become difficult to keep up with what exactly is going at Wrexham at the moment and time constraints prevent us from going into everything that has happened at the club over the last seven days in as much detail as we would wish to....

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