IT'S been a roller-coaster ride at Wrexham over the last 11 months.

There have been three permanent managers, one interim boss and a blown National League promotion push.

March 2018:

16: Dean Keates leaves Wrexham for Walsall with eight games remaining and the Reds comfortably in the play-off places.

21: Wrexham appoint Andy Davies as interim manager until the end of the season.


Wrexham win one of their remaining eight games and miss out on the play-offs, finishing 10th.


2: Wrexham appoint Sam Ricketts as manager on a three-year deal.


1: Ricketts is told not to attend the FA Cup second round tie with Newport with speculation surrounding him and the vacant Shrewsbury Town manager's job.

3: Ricketts leaves The Racecourse to become Shrewsbury's new manager.

6: Graham Barrow signs a new two-and-a-half-year deal as Wrexham's assistant manger.

18: Barrow is appointed Wrexham's new manager.


5: Barrow resigns as Wrexham boss 50 days after being appointed, and on the same day that Newport beat Middlesbrough to set-up a lucrative fifth round home tie with Manchester City.

6: Bryan Hughes looks set to be appointed new Wrexham's new manager on a three-and-a-half-year deal.