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Wrexham part company with their manager

Late last night, 11:31pm to be exact, it was announced that Wrexham have parted company with first team manager Bryan Hughes.

He was handed his first managerial role in February 2019, replacing Graham Barrow and managed to take them to the National League playoffs last season.

However after a deflating start to the 2019/20 campaign, currently in the bottom four and are winless in eight games, fans have got their wish is Hughes getting the chop.

The club statement read: “Following on from our previous statement, Wrexham AFC can confirm that further discussions between Bryan Hughes and the board have taken place and following those discussions all parties decided that a change was needed. The outcome is that Bryan has left his position of First Team Manager with immediate effect.

“Following on from a promising end to the 2018-19 season in which the club finished with its third highest points total in its history under Bryan’s control, the club currently finds itself at the wrong end of the table and without a win in eight league games. We are fully focused on improving upon this situation going forward.

“We would like to thank Bryan for his hard work, effort and for acting in the best interests of Wrexham AFC at all times during his time at the club.

“Wrexham AFC will make further announcements regarding this matter as soon as possible. In the interim, Wrexham AFC will be making no further comment at this stage.”


Fans found out about Wrexham’s managerial departure and took to their Twitter page to give their reaction, some also were surprised at the time of which they chose to announce the news – see what they tweeted on the next page.


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