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    Posted: 22 April 2023 at 8:43pm
Congratulations to Wrexham promoted back to the football league after beating Boreham Wood 3-1 at the racecourse tonight 
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I second that, they have been outstanding this season (110 points already) as have Notts County, who I hope are successful in the playoffs.
It’s an incredible story, out of the league for 15 years (relegated 15 years ago today), nearly went into administration on several occasions, but found Hollywood owners who have put their money where their mouths have been.
They will now receive far more funding from the FA and in Rob Reynolds they have a billionaire owner (something some Premiership clubs could only dream of, they have an agreed plan (with council planners) to develope the Racecourse, creating a 15k capacity stadium.
I really found their documentary series a fascinating watch and I’m sure there will be another one out soon, following this incredible season.
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Originally posted by Legendinmybathroom Legendinmybathroom wrote:

I second that, they have been outstanding this season (110 points already) as have Notts County, who I hope are successful in the playoffs.
It’s an incredible story, out of the league for 15 years (relegated 15 years ago today), nearly went into administration on several occasions, but found Hollywood owners who have put their money where their mouths have been.
They will now receive far more funding from the FA and in Rob Reynolds they have a billionaire owner (something some Premiership clubs could only dream of, they have an agreed plan (with council planners) to develope the Racecourse, creating a 15k capacity stadium.
I really found their documentary series a fascinating watch and I’m sure there will be another one out soon, following this incredible season.

As usual Legendinmybathroom writes with insight, and I agree with all he says above. 
What a contrast  with the way Swans have been run for the last 5 or 6 years.
I applaud Wrexham, not just Reynolds,  for their transformation. 
At the centre its the fans,  who dug deep, when the club was about  to go out of business , and if it was'nt for them, there  would  be no
Wrexham  now.
"Little people" still matter, they are the heart and soul of every club, in any sport.
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Fabulous news for well beyond the footy fan. 

Such a great news story with so many good things happening as a result of intelligent stars of the screen getting involved in something that captured their hearts all by a strange twist of fate.
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Originally posted by scarletpimp scarletpimp wrote:

Originally posted by Legendinmybathroom Legendinmybathroom wrote:

I second that, they have been outstanding this season (110 points already) as have Notts County, who I hope are successful in the playoffs.
It’s an incredible story, out of the league for 15 years (relegated 15 years ago today), nearly went into administration on several occasions, but found Hollywood owners who have put their money where their mouths have been.
They will now receive far more funding from the FA and in Rob Reynolds they have a billionaire owner (something some Premiership clubs could only dream of, they have an agreed plan (with council planners) to develope the Racecourse, creating a 15k capacity stadium.
I really found their documentary series a fascinating watch and I’m sure there will be another one out soon, following this incredible season.

As usual Legendinmybathroom writes with insight, and I agree with all he says above. 
What a contrast  with the way Swans have been run for the last 5 or 6 years.
I applaud Wrexham, not just Reynolds,  for their transformation. 
At the centre its the fans,  who dug deep, when the club was about  to go out of business , and if it was'nt for them, there  would  be no
Wrexham  now.
"Little people" still matter, they are the heart and soul of every club, in any sport.
Yma O'Hyd

I don’t think they’re billionaires. 
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any chance we could get Margot Robbie put a bid in for the Scarlets ? 
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Originally posted by SA14 SA14 wrote:

Originally posted by scarletpimp scarletpimp wrote:

Originally posted by Legendinmybathroom Legendinmybathroom wrote:

I second that, they have been outstanding this season (110 points already) as have Notts County, who I hope are successful in the playoffs.
It’s an incredible story, out of the league for 15 years (relegated 15 years ago today), nearly went into administration on several occasions, but found Hollywood owners who have put their money where their mouths have been.
They will now receive far more funding from the FA and in Rob Reynolds they have a billionaire owner (something some Premiership clubs could only dream of, they have an agreed plan (with council planners) to develope the Racecourse, creating a 15k capacity stadium.
I really found their documentary series a fascinating watch and I’m sure there will be another one out soon, following this incredible season.

As usual Legendinmybathroom writes with insight, and I agree with all he says above. 
What a contrast  with the way Swans have been run for the last 5 or 6 years.
I applaud Wrexham, not just Reynolds,  for their transformation. 
At the centre its the fans,  who dug deep, when the club was about  to go out of business , and if it was'nt for them, there  would  be no
Wrexham  now.
"Little people" still matter, they are the heart and soul of every club, in any sport.
Yma O'Hyd

I don’t think they’re billionaires. 

if they are they won't be for long with the drinking activities lol.


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Originally posted by ladram ladram wrote:

any chance we could get Margot Robbie put a bid in for the Scarlets ? 

No harm in tweeting her ladram LOL
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maybe they can use the blueprint of toshacks mighty swans in the 1980s as inspiration, who in just 4 glorious years went straight from the bottom division all the way to the top of division 1......(Then almost back again lol) Packed with welsh legends and a fanatic following on the old north bank Big smile
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Originally posted by SA14 SA14 wrote:

Originally posted by scarletpimp scarletpimp wrote:

Originally posted by Legendinmybathroom Legendinmybathroom wrote:

I second that, they have been outstanding this season (110 points already) as have Notts County, who I hope are successful in the playoffs.
It’s an incredible story, out of the league for 15 years (relegated 15 years ago today), nearly went into administration on several occasions, but found Hollywood owners who have put their money where their mouths have been.
They will now receive far more funding from the FA and in Rob Reynolds they have a billionaire owner (something some Premiership clubs could only dream of, they have an agreed plan (with council planners) to develope the Racecourse, creating a 15k capacity stadium.
I really found their documentary series a fascinating watch and I’m sure there will be another one out soon, following this incredible season.

As usual Legendinmybathroom writes with insight, and I agree with all he says above. 
What a contrast  with the way Swans have been run for the last 5 or 6 years.
I applaud Wrexham, not just Reynolds,  for their transformation. 
At the centre its the fans,  who dug deep, when the club was about  to go out of business , and if it was'nt for them, there  would  be no
Wrexham  now.
"Little people" still matter, they are the heart and soul of every club, in any sport.
Yma O'Hyd

I don’t think they’re billionaires. 

Ryan rReynold recently cashed in on a Canadian telecommunications firm the he co owned and reportedly made over 1 million Canadian dollars from the sale.
He also has many more successful businesses in his portfolio inc his own gin (aviator gin) one of the main short sponsors of Wrexham.
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