Wrexham Boss Not Expecting Manny Smith to Depart

Wrexham manager Sam Ricketts has spoken to the press and insisted that central defender Manny Smith, who had been linked with both Walsall, and Cheltenham Town, will not be leaving the club.
Ricketts, who was speaking as he and his team prepare to take on last season's defeated National League Play-Off finalists Boreham Wood this weekend, insisted that Birmingham-born Smith will not be going anywhere.

Smith, a product of the Saddlers' youth system, rose through the ranks and turned professional with the club in 2006, going on to make over one-hundred and thirty appearances over the next six seasons. Manny, who enjoyed a brief loan spell with Halesowen Town during his time at the Banks's, turned down fresh terms and left the club in the summer of 2012.

Speaking via the North Wales-based website 'The Leader', Ricketts said; "Manny won't be going anywhere. I know nothing about it. Manny is a huge part of this club, this is his second spell here and he is a big part of this team now. From our point of view, I won't be selling Manny Smith. We are not a club looking to offload anyone. We are really happy with what we have got."
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