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Wrexham fans are on top of the world following their latest achievement. The Welsh club, against all the odds, put on a clinic in League Two, securing a top-three finish in the league standings. With a top spot secured, Wrexham is now guaranteed a move to League One, with the top three clubs in the EFL receiving a promotion at the end of the season. While this is big news for the club, critics have used this as a chance to target the club for spending more than the others to ‘buy’ their success!

Surprisingly, the club and co-owner Ryan Reynolds have received the backing from the most unexpected source. Accrington Stanley chairperson Andy Holt took to his X handle earlier this week to congratulate Wrexham and Ryan Reynolds for achievement promotion. Holt stated, “Congratulations Ryan, I honestly don’t know how you do it! Fabulous achievement 👏👏👏 Best of luck with the treble ❤️👍”


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While Wrexham has the chance to make a three-peat of promotion, a section of English fans are displeased with how the Welsh club has spent more than the other clubs in their league. However, Holt believes the club can spend whatever they want, and it’s the rules that need a change. “I agree. Good luck to them. They’ve broken no rules. In my opinion, the rules are wrong. You can put out a £100m team in L2 if you want. But you still have to win promotion and they did. 👍”

Holt surely knows what he’s talking about, with the Red Dragons giving their all this season to bag promotion. Phil Parkinson’s side is still in contention for the league title and will look to finish things on a high!


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Can Wrexham upset Stockport for the League Two title?

While promotion might be a sweet achievement for the Red Dragons, winning the League Two title could be a sweeter piece of the pie. Phil Parkinson’s men still have the chance to clinch the silverware but need to rely on the luck in the world for that to happen. Wrexham are currently four points behind table-toppers Stockport in the standings, with the addition to an extra game played over the weekend. If the team wants to have any chance of lifting the title, they need Stockport to lose their next two games before beating them at home in the final fixture of the season.

However, all this could go in vain if Wrexham fails to get past Crewe Alexandra in their upcoming game. The home team has been no slouch this season, with the side securing a respectable top-six finish. The team would love to rain on Wrexham’s parade and bring them back to earth amidst League One talks.


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Saurabh Saket


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Saurabh Saket is a Soccer Writer at EssentiallySports. He is a passionate Borussia Dortmund fan despite them not lifting the league title in the last twelve years. This writing machine wants to make a difference with his proficiency in journalism.
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