Ronnie Dix for Wrexham


July 26, 1944
Ronnie Dix, the Tottenham Hotspur inside forward, who was being sought by Chester and Liverpool, has decided to play for Wrexham in the Football League next season.

Mr. Thomas Valentine Williams (T.V. Williams), secretary-manager of Wrexham, states that he has come to an arrangement with Dix, who is in the Army and stationed in the north, and so they renew a partnership started at Blackburn in 1931, when Dix went to Ewood Park from Bristol Rovers.

Dix has been a vital cog in the Blackpool super-special war-time team for the past three seasons, and will prove a tremendous asset to Wrexham.
(Evening Express: July 26, 1944)

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