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The focus of this week's 'What The Media Say' is our 1-1 draw with Guiseley on Saturday, this week's game at Tranmere and an international Wrexham fan who commutes a little further to matches than most of you!
BBC Sport Wales took a look at the Guiseley match. Reporter Dafydd Roberts spoke to manager Dean Keates afterwards who said he was frustrated to only take a point from a home match.
The National League website took quotes from another article where Luke Coddington describes Wrexham's late goal as showing spirit.
Locally, the Leader spoke to the manager who said his players need to realise that teams will come to the Racecourse to frustrate. Reporter Richard Williams also spoke to late goal scorer Sam Wedgbury who was delighted to get off the mark in red.
For the Daily Post, former WAFC Media Team member and now MEN football writer Rich Fay watched the match and reported on the action for this local newspaper. While local reporter Rob Griffiths spoke to the manager ahead of the game against Tranmere Rovers on Saturday.
The Wrexham AFC Media Team's Mark Griffiths and Rich Stanton reviewed the Guiseley game in the final whistle podcast. Mark also spoke to James Roberts, a Wrexham supporter who travels in to watch Wrexham from Luxemburg.