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THERE are 14 matches remaining in the quest for a second successive promotion and Phil Parkinson is expecting a strong finish to the season from his Wrexham side.
PHIL PARKINSON feels making changes to the starting XI has paid off during Wrexham's busy run of fixtures.
MAX CLEWORTH insists he won't become complacent after enjoying a run in the side because he knows Phil Parkinson is not afraid to change a successful side.
PHIL PARKINSON has been dealt a blow after revealing midfield duo George Evans and James Jones are facing longer spells on the sidelines.
LUKE YOUNG wanted it to mark a milestone by performing well on his return to the side and the Wrexham captain was pleased to play his part in
EOGHAN O'CONNELL admits it was always going to be difficult matching last season's exploits but he says Wrexham have never panicked when there has been set-backs.