I HAVE many wonderful memories of Wrexham FC in their wonder days, and now older, but not necessarily wiser, I am still a supporter but am sorry to say that I no longer attend the matches.
I hope that this present situation can be overcome by some kind-hearted person who can plough some money into the club to release it from this dire position. I hope everyone gives their wholehearted support to Denis Smith, who from day one has been fully committed to the club. God save Wrexham.
OUR grateful thanks to supporters of other clubs who have offered help to us. The football family does indeed support one another at such terrible times. Any donations will be very gratefully accepted at WST (Wrexham Supporters Trust), PO Box 220, Wrexham LL12 9WG. Thanks again.
PROPERTY developers and football clubs don't mix. Taxi for Hamilton. Wrexham 'till I die.
GOOD luck to all Wrexham fans. I'm a Leyton Orient supporter and I've heard all about your club's fight on the various radio phone-ins recently. What is happening to your club is scandalous. Clubs at our level are the lifeblood of the game and cannot be allowed to disappear. Keep up the fight - all genuine fans are behind you.
AT last, they have seen the light and applied for administration. At least this will stop Hamilton for a while. Come on Wrexham fans, dig deep and let's help this club become as successful on the balance sheet as they can be on the pitch.
IT wasn't that many years ago Portsmouth were facing extinction and winding-up petitions, and floundering in the depths of the old Fourth Division. The fans got behind the club and helped to save it. We now have a new chairman in Milan Mandaric. With his investment and the support of our loyal fans, we are now enjoying mid-table of the Premiership. Loyal fans, please don't let your club die. Set up a fighting fund.
WREXHAM is for the fans, not for Mr Hamilton to build on. If he wants to build, tell him to knock his house down not Wrexham's home.
BEST wishes to Wrexham in the fight to keep your stadium. I'm a Brighton and Hove Albion fan. Don't let what happened to us happen to you. We are still fighting for a new stadium, and to survive years down the line.
GOOD luck in your campaign against the taxman. I hope you get through it. See you at the Deva on November 30.
Al (Chester fan),
I'M a 13-year-old Leeds fan, so I can partly relate to how you must be feeling. I'm thinking of coming along on Saturday to give you some support. Although you are a smaller club than Leeds, if the fans stay loyal you will be okay. Is it okay to come in my Leeds shirt (otherwise it may be bad luck on Leeds!)?
WHY can't we move to a smaller ground and then rebuild? Lets face it, the true Wrexham fans are at best 4,000 people per week, and although I agree Alex Hamilton is not good for the club, I suspect anybody who puts money in would want a return or at least to break even. Does anyone believe staying at the Racecourse would give that?
I WAS born in Denbigh and have supported Wrexham since I was three - I am now 33. I still support them, and I am sure the club will still be around for years to come as there are loyal supporters out there. Good luck Wrexham!
AT games in the past, people have supplied balloons. Could they do the same for Saturday? We need everyone who has ever been to a Wrexham game to turn up and fill the ground by 2.45pm (I can hope).
I'M a Cardiff City fan now living in Tenerife but on holiday in Wales. I was thinking of organising a trip for some Cardiff fans to come and support you up at the Racecourse on Saturday for your game, to show our support to Wrexham FC.
My questions are: 1) Would we be made welcome? 2) If we wore Cardiff shirts would this hinder our visit? 3) How do we get tickets? Is it pay at the gate? Good luck in all respects.
I'M a Cheltenham Town fan and I think what is happening to your club is a real shame.
I'm writing a report on it for my university newspaper and will be visiting the ground on Saturday to show my support. North Wales needs a professional football club, and I wish you all the best.
JUST wanted to wish you good luck in your fight to stay in business. We at AFC Telford know what its like to have to start again.
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