Wrexham 'buzzing' as owners Reynolds and McElhenney watch game

Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney make their mark on Wrexham fans after attending their first game.

10/27/2021 1:10:00 PM

Wrexham town 'buzzing' as Hollywood owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenny attend their first game

Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney make their mark on Wrexham fans after attending their first game.

'My wife would probably faint'"I'm never sleeping again ever, ever," wrote Ryan Reynolds after the Wrexham game"I'd love them to call in for a beer. My wife will probably faint, I would imagine, if Ryan Reynolds walks through the door."

'Crash course in supporting Wrexham'"If they didn't know what to expect, they certainly do now."Maidenhead United fans were the happier of the two sides' fans

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Co-owners Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds attend Wrexham defeatIt was the first Wrexham fixture the duo have attended since becoming owners of the club

Reynolds and McElhenney attend first Wrexham gameWrexham's Hollywood co-owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney choose a Tuesday evening in Maidenhead to watch their club in action for the first time. BBCWorld BBCWorld BBCWorld I received my withdrawal successfully. I must say being an investor with this platform, is one of the greatest thing i have ever happened to me. I recommend everyone to this lifetime investment project good investment company tatiana_alek

Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney go to first Wrexham game since becoming club's ownersWrexham's new celebrity owners were at York Road stadium on Tuesday evening to watch their club's away match against Maidenhead United in the National League. Haha do they know what’s going on 🤦‍♂️🤣 ..

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How a journalist got to tease Wrexham's star owners After the match, Reynolds shared pictures from the National League game on his Instagram account, writing: "Football is a staggering, heartbreaking, gorgeous, tommy-gun of soul-deadening, evil and beauty and I'm never sleeping again ever, ever." Wrexham brought plenty of drama, fighting back to 2-2 after having a player sent off, but a final Maidenhead goal deprived them of a fairy tale ending. 'My wife would probably faint' Image source, Image caption, "I'm never sleeping again ever, ever," wrote Ryan Reynolds after the Wrexham game Mr Jones, who runs the Turf Hotel in Wrexham, next to the football club's Racecourse ground, said it was "surreal" to see pictures of the actors at the game. "It's brilliant, the whole town is absolutely buzzing, if I'm honest. People keep phoning and asking if I've seen them," he said. "I'd love them to call in for a beer. My wife will probably faint, I would imagine, if Ryan Reynolds walks through the door." Mr Jones said the actors would be coming to his pub to film the promotion for their access-all-areas documentary, Welcome to Wrexham, on Thursday. The Turf Hotel was where Wrexham AFC was first formed in 1864, he said. 'Crash course in supporting Wrexham' Mr Jones said the game against Maidenhead had given the stars "a crash course in what supporting Wrexham is all about". "It wouldn't have been the Wrexham way if we had turned up and walloped them 7-0 last night," he said. "If they didn't know what to expect, they certainly do now." Image source, Image caption, Maidenhead United fans were the happier of the two sides' fans But he added "a lot of fans are a little bit disgruntled" about the club's performance. The actors were accompanied by a crew filming their documentary. "As nice as it is to have them, we need to remember that we're a football team and we need to focus on the points," Jones said. "We need to get the football right first." Wrexham manager Phil Parkinson had been told beforehand that the Reynolds and McElhenney would be at the game, but neither he nor the players met with the pair ahead of the game. He said: "They flew in and they were trying to keep a low profile but I imagine it's fairly difficult to be low-profile, and they let us get on with it. "We look forward to meeting them later in the week." Related Topics