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Junior Shabadoo

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  1. So it’s not about politics mixing with sport, it’s about you seeing something you personally disagree with. I’m afraid that’s tough luck.
  2. Yes Cymru is a group for Welsh independence, not allied to a particular party. And no I’m not a member.
  3. I’d honestly be amazed if anyone saw the flag and thought “I was going to watch Rugby League there but now I’m too disgusted to share space with someone demonstrably into Welsh independence”. Firstly, you aren’t talking about an extremist group. Secondly, it’s a stretch to assume that if a fan has a flag that it represents the whole club and by going you are then tied to that opinion. Thirdly, a discussion about independence is going overground; if you don’t like hearing about it then you’d better buckle up. Lastly, it will be more alienating to tell fans what they can and cannot do. People wh
  4. As for staying...I understand the reasons for looking elsewhere but I’m kind of relieved when you look at what tends to happen with teams that start going from base to base, ie they shed fans with every move. And while there are attractive locations the population of Wrexham is far bigger than anywhere else, and the town centre work might have been wasted with a move. It’s a basic facility but I don’t understand why fans are put off by it if they’ve been. The Rock would have been a nice compromise but obviously not right now. A bit of a word about the Racecourse. It’s not that much of a s
  5. The fans’ forum talked about alternative venues. Do you have any idea what was said? When it comes to Wrexham there doesn’t seem to be options I can think of.
  6. Long story but here we go.... I’m from North Wales. My very earliest memories of the game are watching the all conquering Wigan team of the 90s with my dad on the BBC (god knows what my sister was doing at the time). The whole sport switched to Sky and bar stumbling across the odd Challenge Cup game that was it for years.... Until the ill fated RLWC of 2000 came to Wrexham, quickly followed by a Wales v England international there. I loved both games but getting Sky changed everything. I was more a fan of RU but as time went on I sacked off RU games for RL and devour them to this day
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