There was an emotional moment in British football last weekend when Fifth Division Wrexham They secured their return to the Football League for the first time in 15 years thanks to a 3-1 victory over Boreham Wood.
When the fans stormed the stadium after the final whistle blew, The cameras were pointed at the famous owners in the stands: Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenneywho were affected by this feat.
“Not sure I can process what happened tonight, I’m still speechlessReynolds told reporters after the game. “One thing that goes through my mind over and over again is that, in the beginning, people said ‘Why Wrexham? Why Wrexham?’; that is exactly why I made the decision.”
When the referee blew his final whistle, thousands of fans rushed onto the pitch and television cameras panned to the cheering owners crying: “I think we can hear how people feel and that’s the most important thing for us. I think this is a cathartic moment for them,” McElhenney said.For us, being welcome in your community and being welcomed into this experience has been the time of my life.He was sentenced.
Looking ahead, the owners have a job to plan for a season in a higher division, where they will play much better teams every week. Remember that from the fourth tier of the English pyramid, clubs are part of the Football League and can be considered professional clubs.
The Wrexham, the club was reformed with Hollywood money
actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McIlhenny acquired Wrexham from Wales in mid-2020 With very clear long-term goals such as promotion to Division 4 English.
American partners He pumped more than two million pounds sterling (about 2.3 million euros) into the team Since then, she has not waited for great results.
Such was the ramifications of the Welsh team’s massive campaign that the company Tik Tok He signed for the first time as a sponsor of a football club by appearing on the front of his shirt and currently There is a documentary on the Star + platform that tells about the Reynolds takeover and the plans that are being implemented for the success of the club.