On this week's show, Kings Evans and Tony Whilding discuss the reappointment of Dean Keates as first team Manager, a decision which has split the fan base, they discuss the situation regarding the current position of the team, at the lower end of the league and how Dean has possibly changed while he has been away from the club, managing Walsall, they also look at Andy davies being announced as returning to the club as Assistant Manager and Brian flynn leaving the club.
Kings and Tony also look back at the woking and Harrogate games a swell as the Scotish challenge cup and the Chesterfield league game.
On this week's show, Kings Evans and Andy Pollard discuss last week’s games, firstly the much needed 1-0 win v Ebbsfleet United at the Racecourse last Saturday, a game which was won by a brilliant goal from Midfielder paul rutherford, next they look back at the Solihull Moors game last Tuesday night, which the Reds lost 3-1.
Interviews this week come from Captain Shaun Pearson, who gives an honest assessment regarding the teams current plight, including how he got on with Bryan Hughes, the need for a full time Assistant, and how the team can get their season back on track.
Our second Interview is 15 mins long with the goalscorer from the Ebbsfleet game Paul Rutherford, he chats about the win and his goal, but he also talks about, Bryan Hughes leaving and tells us the best place he has played football.
On this weeks episode kings Evans and Andy Pollard, look back at another week at Wrexham Afc, a week in which Manager Bryan Hughes parted company from the club, after just 3 wins all season, and the club languishing in the drop zone of the national league
they will look back at his record while at the club and some of the players he brought in. next they will look at some of the suggested replacements that are doing the rounds on social media, including former premier league players and former players and Managers of Wrexham AFc
finally they look ahead to the small matter of 2 league games coming up, firstly fellow strugglers Ebbsfleet United at the Racecourse and that is followed by a trip to Solihull Moors, next tuesday.
On this week's show, Kings Evans and Emyr Harris talk about last week's game v Ayr United in the scottish challenge cup, a game which youth player Jake bikerstaff scored his first senior goal in a 1-1 draw, resulting in the game going to penalties and wrexham coming out eventual winners 6-5, to progress to the next round and a tie at home to St Mirren colts, we also chat to Emyr about being part of the Announce team at the club, and his duties on a match day.
Later in the show we look ahead to the reds getting back to league action in a game against Sutton United at the Racecourse, and also in front of the TV cameras
Interviews this week come from Manager Bryan Hughes, who gives an update to injuries in the squad, his view on the Ayr game and also the Sutton Game, our second interview comes from midfielder Paul Rutherford, who chats about being Captain for the Ayr game and what it means to him and also about the squad being rotated, for each game.
Dragonheart this week has Kings Evans and Stuart Buxton talking about the recent Stockport and Maidenhead games, we also look at the upcoming Scottish Challenge Cup game v Ayr United,
We have interviews with Midfielder luke young, who had a hand in 3 of the 4 goals v Maidenhead and ran over 13km during the game, and from striker Jason Oswell who scored against Maidenhead and chats about plaing as a lone striker and how he has to adapt to a new formation
On this week's show, Kings Evans and Mike Lewis look back on a disappointing bank holiday weekend, in which the reds only took 1 point from a possible 6 on offer, firstly drawing 1-1 with barnet at the racecourse and losing 4-2 away at Hartlepool 48 hours later, they analyze the changes made by manger Bryan Hughes in the second game and also look at the sending off of defender Jake Lawlor, next they preview the first 2 games of 4 consecutive at the racecourse over the next few weeks, namely the Stockport County and maidenhead United games.
Interviews this week come from Manager Bryan Hughes and Captain Shaun Pearson, who both chat about the lack of points gained and the chance to make home advantage count in the upcoming games
On this weeks show,Kings Evans and Andy Pierce, look back at the 1-1 draw v Notts county last weekend, where the team came from behind to gain a point after afirst goal for the club from midfielder Devonte Redmond, then they look at the bank holiday fixtures, which sees the reds play 2 games in quick succession, firstly at home to Barnet on Saturday and then away at Hartlepool United on bank holiday Monday
Interveiwes this week come form Manager bryan Hughes, who chats about all the games mentioned andgive an injury update regarding goalkeeper Christian Dibble.
Our second interview is from Defender James Jennings, who also chats about the games and also how it affects the body, playing so many games in august
On this weeks show Kings Evans and Mike Lewis discuss the 2-1 win V Barrow and the 2-2 v Borehamwood, they also look ahead to the next two game, firstly Saturday away at Dover Athletic and then back to the Racecourse next Tuesday night.
Interviews this week come from Manger Bryan Hughes, who chats about the barrow win and his tactics at the end of the borehamwood draw, Striker Bobby Grant, who tells us about getting two goals in the opening 2 games, and the confidence he has going into the next game, finally we have Mark Harris the on loan cardiff striker, scored his first goal on tuesday night and is hungry for more, he also tells us about living with upto 6 other wrexham players.
Dragonheart is back with the first episode of the 2019-20 season, Kings Evans returns as host and this week is joined by Andy pollard, they look at the 8 new players that manager Bryan Hughes has brought in over the summer, they also look ahead to the opening game of the campaign against Barrow AFC at the Racecourse, interviews this week come from the Manager Bryan Hughes, Midfielder Devonte Redmond and Strikers JJ Hooper, Leighton Mcintosh and Jason Oswell