Forced Fans to Raise $100,000 to Save Club, Wrexham’s Wage Bills ‘Double’ as Compared to Rivals With Ryan Reynolds Expecting a ‘Promotion Sequel’

Published 06/06/2023, 9:15 AM EDT

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After 15 years of staying in the National League, Wrexham leap-frogged to the EFL League Two. They will look to face some elite clubs and need funds to invest in the squad. Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney remain the biggest catch for the club in recent times as they propelled them to the top.

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They will need to invest more to receive back-to-back promotions. The task ahead is not straightforward as it seems because of the wise investments they need to make. It’s not the first time the club proved their togetherness as fans saved the soccer club in 2011.

But for now, Ryan and Rob aim to keep the club afloat and move forward with remarkable momentum. It is a solid plan for the club to increase their ambitions and for that; they need to break the bank. 

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Wrexham owners plan to carry on the momentum

According to Daily Mail, the club’s wage bill will increase significantly to support their dreams of entering EFL League One. With their stunning financial backing, it would be incredible to see the type of signings they make, considering their ambitions. The presence of Ryan and Rob attracts players to the club. Considering that and the present experiences of the players, other soccer players would love to join the positive vibes at the club. 

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To reach the Premier League, shrewd investments are critical for the club. Former Premier League defender Neil Taylor started his career with Wrexham. He explained how any player would love to go there and achieve success with the club. The current team is more than enough to sustain the EFL League Two. 

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It is refreshing to see a club loved by everyone. In fact, the true sense of affection came back in 2011. When the club struggled to remain on top, the fans took their piggy banks and contributed towards the club’s development. 

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Fans save the club from extinction

Before the 2011-12 season, the Football Conference wanted the club to pay a $250,000 bond, which was necessary to keep them in the league. Only having $150,000 to pay, the club’s owners back then pleaded with the fans following an emotional plea. After that, the fans raise money in seven hours to pay for the Football Conference. It helped the club stay up and was a moment to remember. 

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The owners have lofty ambitions to take the club forward. But, it is gettable in the upcoming years, following their wise investments. Do you think they will reach the Premier League within four years?

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