SUPPORTERS were far from impressed with the performance as Wrexham avoided exiting the FA Cup by the skin of their teeth.

Phil Parkinson's side were second best against Northern Premier League Division One West side Marine in Saturday's FA Cup fourth qualifying round tie at Rossett Park.

The Mariners, playing three levels below the Reds, were good value for their 78th minute lead and on course to cause a big upset.

However, Jordan Davis equalised with a stunning free-kick in the fifth minute of stoppage time to snatch a draw, with tonight's replay taking place at Nantwich Town's Optimum Pay Stadium because The Racecourse pitch has been relaid.

Wrexham live to fight another day and have another chance to secure a trip to League Two Harrogate Town in the first round proper on the weekend of November 5-8, but fans weren't happy with what they saw in the first meeting with Marine.

Supporters were asked what they thought of the performance, and here are the replies.

JONATHAN HUGHES: "Terrible football and no sign it can be turned around. Even if we sign a couple of midfielders, the formation and negative tactics adopted by Parkinson will not get us up. It seems you need more than money to get a winning, entertaining football team!"

PHILL P: "Absolutely abysmal. We are worsening by the week. We were outplayed and out enthused once again. The formation and ‘long ball’ style of football just isn’t working and we have no plan B! Something needs to change!"

STEAKS: "The action on the pitch has to start living up to the energy being built up around Wrexham off the pitch."

CRAIG JONES: "Very disappointing in the fact that we were worryingly outplayed and out-battled by a team three leagues below us. I think it's too early to call for Parkinson's head, but a good performance and a win on Tuesday is desperately needed to restore some faith."

SIMON: "It was a terrible performance and Wrexham were lucky not to lose. Will need to play better in the replay if they want to get through."

EIFION WILLIAMS: "No interest in the FA Cup, where our priority has to be in restoring our heritage, where we deserve to return to the Football League in which we were once such a proud football club!"