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ScoRoss, September 23, 2020 in The Football League Forum
Ryan Reynolds?! Wrexham?!
Urgh...the absolute last thing any club should want, let alone one that is ran by a Fans Trust. They apparently were after Hartlepool last month but that fell through so they’ve turned their attention to Wrexham, with the intentions of making them into a TV programme.
The last thing any club should have done to it is become is for it to become a play thing for a megalomaniac. It’s heartbreaking and as the club bundles along, becoming more and more unsustainable and wrecked by the puppet master pulling the strings, it feels less and less like the club you know and loved and eventually you become quite apathetic to the club and ultimately lost interest altogether. Or at least, that’s my experiences.
18 hours ago, ScoRoss said:
Literally first thing that came to my head when I heard Wrexham and takeover in the same sentence.
Ryan Reynolds? As in Deadpool?
I wish it was Frank Reynolds as in... it's always sunny
17 hours ago, Dr. Gonzo said:
Bring in the Warthog!
It seems like they’ve got the green light.
Fans seem to be on bored
Thing about this is that both Ryan Reynolds & Rob McElhenny seem like really sound, decent blokes. I can’t see them coming in and making a mess of it, I think they genuinely want to do something good for the club. It’s a bit random, but I’d say this is better than some random greedy British prick running them into the ground.
Can’t imagine ever deciding to vote to take the club I supported away from being fan owned to anyone let alone some Hollywood actors with no discernible link to the team, the town or let alone the country. But hey, I can’t imagine their presentation to be cheaply knocked up on PowerPoint.
- They’ve paid NOTHING.
- They’ll invest £2m.
- They plan on a “Netflix style” documentary series.
The circus begins.
"Ryan Reynold's Wrexham"
Wrexham players and staff who received reduced wages while on furlough are set to receive the lost money back from new owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.
New CEO appointed. Is currently commercial director at Burton Albion.
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