Good news: Wrexham is back”

Good news: Wrexham is back”


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As Phil Parkinson wants to bolster his team, Wrexham could acquire a “special” League One promotion winner on a free transfer this summer.

Since Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds joined the team, Wrexham has mostly recruited seasoned players with a history of playing at a higher level.

Last summer, the Reds were successful in drawing Steven Fletcher and James McClean, two former Premier League players, to the Racecourse Ground.

Before some of his players, such Luke Young and Ben Tozer, were dismissed at the conclusion of their contracts, Phil Parkinson’s team included over ten players who were thirty years of age or older.

This particular model has proven to be incredibly effective in the short term, enabling them to secure consecutive promotions.

Parkinson needs to sign a free agent this summer, even though there will come a moment when this recruiting emphasis needs to change to younger players.


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Conor Hourihane ought to join Wrexham on a free transfer.
After helping Derby County be promoted to the Championship, Conor Hourihane is currently searching for a new team.

The 33-year-old “special” player is looking for a position that will allow him to continue playing on the field while also giving him a head start in coaching when he retires. While Hourihane’s former team, Barnsley, is presently in negotiations to sign him, Wrexham might very well make a move before that agreement is sealed.

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