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Non-League Videos Of The Week, Part One

If you’re viewing this site from a mobile phone you would be best advised to click the link at the bottom of this page, which will take you to the desktop version of this site. We’ve got a two-part Non-League Videos Of The Week for this this week, with more to follow in a day…

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February 21, 2011
Ian

Puppets On A String: The Wrexham Board Responds

It has been another eventful week at Wrexham, as the fog that had shrouded the attempt to take over the club by Van Morton Investments began to lift, while a bizarre and faintly ridiculous statement from Wrexham FC appeared on the club’s website last Friday. Through fifteen seperate points, the club’s owners (or someone speaking…

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February 14, 2011
Ian

Unregistered Company Withdraws From Buying Wrexham

Truth can be stranger than fiction, and the news today that Van Morton Investments Ltd have decided not to take up the chance to buy Wrexham Football Club may be, in football terms at least, the definitive proof of this. As regular readers of this site will remember, the organisation that had agreed the purchase…

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February 8, 2011
Ian

Wrexham’s Proposed New Owners Fail To Impress Their Audience

Going into tonights match aganst Altrincham, Wrexham FC had won five matches in a row in the league, lifting them to fourth place in the table and, while they may have left things a little too late to be able to launch a challenge for the title itself for this season, a place in the…

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February 2, 2011
Ian

Video Of The Week: Stand Your Ground; Alex Hamilton And Wrexham

We’ve covered Wrexham on this site a couple of times over the last week or so and will be continuing to see this story through to its completion. Tonight, though, here’s a chance to see the BBC Wales documentary “Stand Your Ground”, which was broadcast as part of the “Week In Week Out” series and…

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January 14, 2011
Ian

The Fight For Wrexham Football Club Continues

We reported on here last week about the alarming turn that the future of Wrexham Football Club had taken with news of the intention of the club’s owners to make them pay rent to continue to play at The Racecourse Ground in the future. Wrexham FC theoretically owns its home of one hundred and thirty-eight…

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January 12, 2011
Ian

Wrexham Supporters Prepare To Man The Barricades Again

As 2011 got under way with the eyes of the football world turned in the direction of how long Manchester United can stay unbeaten in the Premier League or how long Roy Hodgson can stay inĀ his currentĀ job, supporters of Blue Square Premier club Wrexham, a club that seems incapable of going for much more than…

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January 5, 2011
Ian
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