Wrexham – The Fire-breathing Form Of The Foe

Ex Imp Dean Keates is set to captain Wrexham against us on Saturday. The  3-2 thriller away at Stockport sees the Dragons back in second after a comeback that saw a brace from Neil Ashton prior to his sending off. So he is at least one Dragon we won’t miss, but current form -wise they are on fire.

A big welcome to the Dragons, thank you for reading the form of the Foe courtesy of Neil Gentleman-Hobbs & Prof Albeanz-Present

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Saturday  13th October K.O 3 pm

Away Fans Prices
Adults £18
Cons £12
U16 £5 / U11 £2
Yale Stand seating (Capacity 1500)

 

GROUND GUIDE

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The Dragons sit 2nd whilst the Imps sit 21st.

P
W
D
L
GD
PTS
Newport
14
10
2
2
14
32
Wrexham
14
8
5
1
13
29
 
Kid’minster
14
3
6
5
2
15
Lincoln City
14
3
4
7
-6
13
Nuneaton
14
2
6
6
-9
12
Ebbsfleet
14
2
4
8
-11
10
Hyde
13
1
4
8
-10
7

 

Wrexham FC.png The Dragons Form

Wrexham’s form is pretty much as good as it gets.  The may sit second, but they are the best at home in the BSP. The Dragons are top of the league for October and the most consistent both home and away in their last 5 outings in each instance.

Recent Results (last game 1st)
Results breakdown
Stockport
2
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Wrexham
3
 
G
W
D
L
F
A
GD
Pts
Position
Wrexham
2
Home 
7
5
2
0
14
4
10
17
1
FGR
1
Away 
7
3
3
1
9
6
3
12
5
Nuneaton
0
Overall 
14
8
5
1
23
10
13
29
2
Wrexham
0
The last 5′s
Wrexham
3
 
G
W
D
L
F
A
GD
Pts
Position
Barrow
0
Overall
5
3
2
0
7
10
5
11
2
Wrexham
2
Home 
5
4
1
0
11
3
8
13
1
Dartford
2
Away
5
3
2
0
8
3
5
11
1
Luton
0
Form By Month
Wrexham
0
 
G
W
D
L
F
A
GD
Pts
Position
Cambridge
1
August
5
2
2
1
5
4
1
8
8
Wrexham
4
September
7
4
3
0
13
3
10
15
3
October
2
 0
0
5
3
 2
 6
1

 

Wrexham FC.png £££ – Ker-ching 

Highest Home Gate
4088
Woking
Lowest home gate
2881
Barrow
Average Home Gate
3559
 
Total Turnstile Clicks
24,917
 

Wrexham FC.png Heroes & Villains

 
 
 
 
Heroes
Goals
 
Assists
Wright
4
Ormerod
3
Ciezlewicz
3
Keates
3
Morrell/ Bishop
2
Walker
3
Harris / Ogleby
2
Hunt
Ashton 
2
Ashton
Villains
Yellows
 
Reds
Harris
6
Harris
1
Keates / Ashton
4
Ashton 
Hunt
3
 
 
Wright / Mayebi
2
 
 
(6 lads)
1
 
 
YELLOWS
28
 REDS
 2

Wrexham FC.png Summer Transfer dealings

The Dragons Doge, Andy Morrell,   brought striker Brett Ormerod (Blackpool FC); Keeper Coughlin (Tranmere Rovers); plus defender Martin Riley (Kidderminster Harriers) in the summer. With Pogba leaving for Crewe, Tolley to Mansfield Town and Knight-Purcival to Peterborough United, was this a case of ‘don’t mend what aint broke’ or a tit for tat policy based around balancing the books.   Outgoing CEO Dave Roberts had left having made big progress, despite last seasons second placed side failing to go up, but you feel the three fees received will be used in part for Ormerod’s salary, but in the main to reduce the Dragons shortening annual deficit.  That said the ploy is working well and gathering momentum to boot.

 
IN- Keeper Andy Coughlin (ex Tranmere Youth)
IN- Defender Martin Riley from Kidderminster
OUT- Mathias Pogba to Crewe (compensation)
Out Jake Speight to Mansfield (undisc fee)
IN- Brett Ormerod from Blackpool.
OUT- Jamie Tolley to Mansfield
OUT-Knight-Purcival to Peterborough


Keeper corner- Joshlein Mayebi

Josh has conceded only 6 all season with 6 clean sheets.

Games
Sub
Conceded
Saves
Mins Played
Clean sheets
Mins per goal
Yc’s
Rc’s
13
0
6
43
1170
6
195
2
0

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Squad

Keepers
1 Joslain Mayebi, 13 Andy Coughlin
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Defenders
2 Stephen Wright, 3 Neil Ashton, 5 Mark Creighton, 6 Martin Riley, 18 Declan Walker, 20 Leon Clowes, 23 Chris Westwood,
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Midfielders
7 Adrian Cieslewicz, 8 Jay Harris, 12 Dean Keates (Captain), 14 Joe Clarke, 16 Johnny Hunt 17 Glen Little, 21 Jay Colbeck,
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Strikers
9 Danny Wright, 10 Brett Ormerod, 11 Andrew Morrell, 15 Robert Ogleby, 19 Nick Rushton
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Posted on October 11, 2012, in Sincil Stat Attacks, The Form of The Foe, Writers - Neil Gentleman-Hobbs and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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