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Wrexham AFC are looking a lot stronger after the inclusion of recruits in the summer transfer window. Ryan Reynolds with a net worth of $350 million brought in three young talents for the goalkeeping position. The young talents are learning under the leadership of Ben Foster and Phil Parkinson’s management. After their match against Doncaster Rovers, their coach was impressed by their rival’s attitude.

It was a tense match between the two teams who looked equally good on the pitch. Wrexham, though, sealed the win in the dying minutes of the game. Doncaster Rover’s manager shares his views on this captivating encounter.

Wrexham plays with an attitude to win

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Doncaster experienced a challenging season last year marked by a significant number of losses. During the last season, Doncaster lost 25 matches out of the 51 they played. Doncaster Boss, Grant McCann, explains where the difference lies between his team and Wrexham.

Grant McCann opened the talks as he said, “Wrexham have got a fear factor with what’s going on behind the scenes, the players they have, the goals they are scoring, and the TV cameras,” as per an interview with Doncaster Free Press.

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McCann further added, “They will win a lot of games there because of that fear factor. We want to get that here. The last time I was here it was a tough place to come. We want to have that about us as a football club. It’s a by-product of winning games and looking hard to beat.”

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Despite losing out on Paul Mullin in the pre-season and the sudden retirement announcement of Ben Foster, the club is now bouncing back to their National League form. The new signings are performing well and the team’s results are evidence of that.

Wrexham performing well after new signings

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Wrexham has seen a remarkable surge in performance following their strategic signings. George Evans, freshly acquired from Millwall, made a splendid debut against Tranmere Rovers. This midfield maestro, with prior experience in the Championship, decided to join Wrexham to reignite his career. The move was also spurred by limited opportunities under Gary Rowett.

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The Wrexham project is thriving, and the focus extends beyond midfield. The goalkeeping department has been fortified with the acquisitions of Arthur Okonkwo and Luke McNicholas. Luke has been signed by Sligo Rovers with the potential for a permanent move. Liam Hall from Bradford PA completes this trio of signings, promising to enhance competition and bolster Wrexham’s goalkeeping options.

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These additions have injected newfound vigor into Wrexham’s pursuit of a top spot in their league and the team’s prospects have never looked brighter. Do you think Wrexham will be in the top three of the League Two table? Let us know in the comments below.

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