Hundreds of thousands of commuters could be affected by strikes as action over driver-only trains spreads to northern rail networks.
Crusaders bid to keep playing
The team announced earlier this month that they'd be withdrawing from the top flight Super League because of financial concerns. But the management team have now announced they're putting together plans that'll hopefully allow them to compete in the lower Championship side.
If succesful they'll continue to play at the Racecourse Stadium in the town, that's recently been bought by Glyndwr University. Crusader's bosses say they have the full backing of the Uni and the local Council.
Wrexham Council have revealed they'll support the side by offering them training facilities, not financially.
Rod Findlay the Chief Executive Officer's told Heart the team is very much a part of the community and they're hoping this will continue. He also revealed the club should discover their fate in a matter of weeks.
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