Dean Keates dedicates Wrexham AFC win to the memory of 'Jacko'
Wrexham manager Dean Keates dedicated Saturday’s victory over Eastleigh to the memory of Ian ‘Jacko’ Roberts, the well-known and popular Dragons fan having passed away in the week.
The crowd of 3,907 held a minutes applause on 55 minutes in memory of ‘Jacko’, which included the 46 travelling Spitfire fans.
And Keates spoke after the match about the emotions surrounding the game.
“We lost one of our fans and you look at social media and the amount of messages about him,” said the manager.
“It is an emotional time, we can dedicate them three points to Jacko today.”
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