New Players – Yet Again – In The Battle For Wrexham

Ian

Ian began writing Twohundredpercent in May 2006. He lives in Brighton. He has also written for, amongst others, Pitch Invasion, FC Business Magazine, The Score, When Saturday Comes, Stand Against Modern Football and The Football Supporter. Ian was the first winner of the Socrates Award For Not Being Dead Yet at the 2010 NOPA awards for football bloggers.

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5 Responses

  1. Rob Wrexham says:

    Thanks for the ongoing coverage. It is read by many!

  2. I am surprised that the Tech,sorry Glyndwr University,has spare funds to splash around on a couple of football grounds in these harsh times when lecturers and teachers are under threat of losing their jobs due to financial pressures.Their fees for students are the lowest in Wales too!
    If they are to retain the goodwill of the townspeople of Wrexham they need to get their snout out of the trough forthwith,not spend tight public funds on self-aggrandisement, and leave the WST to complete their negotiations and end this saga on a positive note .

  3. Mark says:

    As a Wrexham resident I agree with southcoast express.I would be very surprised if Glyndwr has this money available.
    It is a University in name only,eighteen months ago it was a struggling Technical College.( A new sign and clever marketing does not a University make).For those unfamiliar with the layout of Wrexham, I suggest that you look at the proximity of the ground to the Uni-it literally backs onto the Racecourse.For many of the bids over the years for Wrexham this was the incentive- land adjacent to the Uni for student accomodation/expansion etc but only once the college achieved University status.Now it has – hey presto- the land is even more sought after.The only surprise is that it is the University themselves who are looking to put the bid in

  4. gaz deeside says:

    As a Cestrian born+bred.I like to think not a bitter one sometimes you need to hit rock bottom before yourise again.The only sure thing in football is the fans.GOOD LUCK

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