Mullin The Magnificent
Paul Mullin is top scorer in the National League.
Mullin is top scorer in his division for the second consecutive season, having been top scorer in League Two last season.
Mullin is the fourth Wrexham player to finish as top scorer in our division since joining the Football League in 1921, after Albert Kinsey (1969-70), Gary Bennett (1994-5) and Andy Morrell (2002-3).
Mullin is third top league scorer in the top 5 tiers, after Aleksander Mitrovic (Fulham – 43) and Dominic Solanke (Bournemouth – 29).
Mullin scored the most goals in a season (32) for Wrexham since Andy Morrell in 2002-3.
Mullin scored the most league goals in a season for Wrexham (26) since Andy Morrell in 2002-3.
Mullin scored the 11th most goals in a season for Wrexham.
Mullin scored the 12th most league goals in a season for Wrexham.
Mullin is the 63rd player to score 30 goals for Wrexham.
Most games in a season in their career
Bryce Hosannah (31)
Max Cleworth (36)
Luke Young (49)
Dan Jarvis (25)
Jordan Davies (48)
Jordan Ponticelli (33)
Christian Dibble (24), Reece Hall-Johnson (38) and Tyler French (25) played more games for Wrexham than in any previous season.
Most goals in a season in their career
Bryce Hosannah (2)
Aaron Hayden (8)
Dan Jarvis (2)
Jordan Davies (21)
Paul Mullin, Ollie Palmer and Jordan Davies all scored more goals this season than any Wrexham player since Louis Moult in 2014-15.
Paul Mullin, Ollie Palmer and Jordan Davies all scored more league goals this season than any Wrexham player since Louis Moult in 2014-15.
Paul Mullin and Ollie Palmer have played together in 16 home games, and at least one of them scored in 15 of them. The only time neither of them scored was against Maidenhead United, when Mullin was sent off after 4 minutes.
In 7 of those games, both Mullin and Palmer scored.
Either Paul Mullin or Ollie Palmer (or both) scored in each of Wrexham's last 14 home games.
Three Wrexham players (Mullin, Davies and Palmer) scored 15 or more goals in a season for the first time since 1977-8 (Dixie McNeil 25, Bobby Shinton 24, Graham Whittle 16).
Three Wrexham players scored 15 or more league goals for the first time since 1976-7 (Graham Whittle 28, Billy Ashcroft 20, Bobby Shinton 15).
Last time two Wrexham players scored 20 goals or more in the same season: 1992-3 (Gary Bennett 23, Steve Watkin 21)
In Case of Emergancy, Use Dibble
Christian Dibble has come off the bench 4 times for Wrexham - equal most times with Paul Whitfield, who ironically replaced Christian's father, Andy Dibble on each of those occasions.
Dibble has made three substitute appearances this season, the most in a campaign by a Wrexham goalkeeper.
The Late Show
We scored 10 injury time goals this season, the most we've managed since joining the National League. We also scored more equaliser and winners in added time than any other National League season.
We've won 11 games in injury time in the National League, and 5 of them came this season.
Scorers of the most injury time goals for Wrexham in the National League:
When Reece Hall-Johnson scored the 95th minute winner at Wealdstone in February, it was the latest winning goal Wrexham had scored in the National League. However, by the end of the season it was the third latest!
Hall-Johnson’s goal was the latest to change the result in Wrexham’s favour since Sam Wedgbury's 97th minute equaliser against Guiseley in September 2017.
However, five weeks later Jordan Davies' winner in the remarkable game against Dover came after 97.23 minutes, and Paul Mullin's decisive penalty against Eastleigh was scored after 97.16 minutes.
Hall-Johnson has scored 3 winning goals for Wrexham: at Boreham Wood in the 90th minute, at Weymouth in the 94th minute, and at Wealdstone in the 95th minute!
Hall-Johnson’s goal, at 94:51, is the latest goal Wrexham have scored since Jordan Davies scored at Woking on 17/4/21 at 95.58
The abandonment of the Aldershot game meant Bryce Hosannah's debut for Wrexham was expunged from the records. However, when games are abandoned, the disciplinary events still stand so Hosannah had a yellow card to his name before he had played a game for us!