Wolverine X Deadpool: Hugh Jackman shows up for Wrexham’s first EFL match to support Ryan Reynolds’ team

Wrexham lose eight-goal thriller to MK Dons, as they return to EFL after 15 years.

Wolverine X Deadpool: Hugh Jackman shows up for Wrexham’s first EFL match to support Ryan Reynolds’ team

Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman (Source- Getty)

Hollywood icon, Hugh Jackman made a surprise appearance to show his support for his fellow Deadpool co-star Ryan Reynolds, as Wrexham returns to EFL after 15 years. After years of anticipation, fans finally witness Wrexham’s triumphant return to the Football League as they face Milton Keynes Dons FC in their debut League Two game.


The Racecourse Ground hosted its first Football League game in 15 years, following their team’s victorious campaign in the National League last season. However, the debut championship game did not turn out as owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney might have hoped. As Wrexham faced a disappointing 3-5 defeat at home against MK Dons. Nevertheless, the eight-goal thriller in North Wales certainly kept the fans thoroughly entertained.

“More than anything, the one word I would use is emotional,Reynolds told Sky Sports ahead of the clash. “It’s really emotional. A lot of blood was spilled on this field the last couple of years, with Rob and I involved with the club, It never fails to completely take my breath away when I step out into the Racecourse Ground. It’s a church.” The return to League Two is an emotional moment for both owners and fans.

Albeit they lost, but the excitement and pride of owners and the joy and enthusiasm of fans create a special sense of unity and camaraderie. The Welsh club has become one of the most famous and talked-about teams in the world for the past few years. It would be interesting to see how they perform in this season. Whether they can live up to people’s hopes and expectations.


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Wrexham’s transfers so far this season

Wrexham's stadium, Racecourse Ground.
Wrexham’s stadium, Racecourse Ground (Source: Wrexham AFC)

After their impressive 3-1 victory against Boreham Wood, the Red Dragons secured their position in the EFL league. Since then, the team has been diligently preparing for the upcoming season and their highly anticipated return to the Football League.

Wrexham made some significant signings during the transfer window. They secured the services of English defender Will Boyle from Huddersfield Town, with the transfer fee remaining undisclosed. They also signed Irish winger James Mclean from Wigan Athletic for a fee of €290k. In addition to their new signings, the National League champions also extended the contracts of three key players: Paul Mullin, Mark Howard, and Anthony Forde.

Also, Wrexham saw a total of 11 players leave the club during the transfer window. These signings are anticipated to strengthen their squad ahead of the new season in the Football League.


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