A group of former regional journalists have joined forces to launch a new title aimed at fans of the football club they support.
Former North Wales Daily Post reporters Andy Gilpin, Tim Edwards, Liam Randall and Blake Welton launched ‘Fearless in Devotion’, a quarterly fanzine aimed at Wrexham AFC supporters, with help from BBC reporter Rhys Williams , Nathan Salt of Mail Online and Rob Taylor of Wrexham.com.
The magazine’s debut edition, named after a line from the club’s song “Wrexham is the Name,” was released after Wrexham was taken over by Hollywood actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.
The 48-page title is priced at £ 4.
Co-editor Andy Gilpin, who now works for the Daily Star, said: “It’s been so long since a big old club like Wrexham didn’t have a fanzine and we are very proud of the work we have done. in a short time. .
“We aim to have something for everyone with articles on the history of the club and up-to-date information on the takeover.
“Things are changing from day to day for Wrexham fans. There are so many good things going on at the club that we hope “Fearless in Devotion” helps you understand.
Co-editor Tim Edwards added: “Fans are the fabric of a football club, its heart and soul. Zines have always wanted to give supporters an independent voice from the football club they love.
“Sure, we can all tweet our daily gripes on a scrolling platform, but nothing beats giving fans a physical product that they will hopefully immerse themselves in.
“I am extremely proud of what the FiD team have produced – it exceeded my expectations and I hope it becomes as synonymous with the club as the varied and vital fanzines that have paved the way for us.