FORMER Liverpool manager Roy Evans has joined the battle to keep Wrexham in the Football League.
Racecourse boss Brian Carey yesterday confirmed the 58-year-old has agreed what is described as "an informal arrangement" to provide advice and help when it’s needed.
Evans, a personal friend of Wrexham co-owner Geoff Moss, was in the Racecourse dressing room for Sunday’s derby clash with rivals Chester City and he is also travelling with the team to tonight’s match at Grimsby.
"I’ve been speaking to Roy for a while and I’ve been speaking to many other managers and people I know if I think they can help us to stay in the league," said the Irishman.
"But it’s fair to say Roy has taken on a bit more responsibility and an advisory role with both the staff and the players. He is one among many people to bounce ideas off and it is a very informal arrangement, which means he will be there if we need him."
Wrexham have yet to record their first win in the seven games since Carey’s appointment last month and the ex-Dragons defender said he would leave no stone unturned in his bid to steer the club away from the foot of the table.
He added: "I’ve always said this is not about me or any individual, it’s about the league survival."