IT seemed impossible to mention at first and the story hasn’t grown to any form too far from now, but that doesn’t stop Rexham AFC fans from returning to the limelight in their moment. Carol Williams, director of the organization that sponsors the National League club, said it most succinctly: “The whole community is excited to hear that some of Hollywood’s magic is about to touch North Wales.”
The featured Hollywood magician comes in the form of the well-known Diadpool actor / producer Ryan Reynolds and Rob McLellan, best known for the television series Philadelphia in Els All Sunny. And the 2 2 million injection that is confidently expected is not for the right to the life story of Mickey Thomas, but for the investment of the diseased club, the empty cause caused by the coronavirus epidemic is fighting like every other lower-league outfit at the moment.
Warexham has been owned by fans since 2011 and when the Supporters Trust Board unveiled the names of their potential new supporters this week, 979% voted by a landslide to advance negotiations for the membership. A statement from the club said: “Appropriately Mr. McLean and Mr. Reynolds will present their views on behalf of Rexam FC to the members at the second special general meeting.”
The Hollywood couple – McLaughlin American, Reynolds Canadian – although clearly in the early stages of negotiations Confirmed via Twitter They are that Wrexham interested. Why it should be for another day – Hartlepool fans are reacting sharply to the nonsense rumors that the two actors first looked at their club but were not encouraged to move on – but for now this development has a fairytale element with Wales’ oldest club and their historic home. Place a spring at each step connected.
Captain Shawn Pearson summed up the general feeling very well. “I am probably equal to everyone else; At first you think: ‘No, there’s no way,’ “said the defender. That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there. “
When Rexham is talking about moving forward, they mean a return to the football league, where they once rose to prominence as the old second division before they landed in 2008. A spectacular club famous for any number of cup runs at home and abroad has been financially viable for the past decade. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.
Lifelong fan Matt Smith said: “It could be a game-changer for us to achieve the Holy Grail back in the league. We must know more about their plans and vision for the club but at the moment it just seems unbelievable. Williams, sponsor of the Ifar Williams Trailers Club, added: “Warexham is a suitable football city, attracting loyal support from Next Wales and around the world. This is very exciting news.”
Spencer Harris, director of the board of trustees, suggested that the next meeting and voting could take place in a few weeks rather than a few months. “We are community-owned and so it has become more public knowledge than it should be under normal circumstances, but it is out now and people know everything about it,” he said.
“We are now in a position to talk through delegates and follow Tuesday’s vote to discuss in detail what the takeover agreement might look like. I have talked to both men and they are serious professionals, not only in the acting, but also in the business world, successful people who are sure that a lot will come to them towards any business. I think we saw them at the racecourse ground right now but for the Covid-19. We are a club with a proud history and lots of potential, so why not? “