The Telegraph published an article on 18th September 2017, updating the Premier League clubs' progress in meeting their own accessibility pledge.
The work being done at Wrexham was praised by Lord Chris Holmes of the Equalities and Human Rights Commission and contrasted that to the Premier League, as much for our attitude to change, as to our actual work undertaken.
“It is about attitude, values, culture and approach,” said Lord Holmes.
“There has been very positive action by some Premier League clubs and some incredible actions by clubs like Wrexham and Tranmere.
"Their intent and will to do what they can, should leave those Premier League clubs who failed to hang their heads in shame.”
Want to read more? The full article is here.