The current season is slowly coming to an end and the summer break is approaching, which is then connected with a number of friendly matches. Manchester United and Wrexham will play one.
You would probably look in vain for a more interesting club that doesn’t even play in the top two leagues than Wrexham.
The Welsh club is currently playing in the fifth top flight, but they are in a tough battle with Notts County for promotion.
Both clubs have 97 points with the only difference being that Wrexham still have two games to play. Only the top team can celebrate direct promotion from fifth to fourth.
In the event of promotion, the Welsh footballers could forget the disappointment of last season when they crashed out in the semi-finals of the relegation play-offs.
This club is interesting for one more thing. It is owned by the world-famous Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds. It’s no wonder then that this tiny team has been an increasingly popular media target in recent months.
They will certainly increase their popularity in the pre-season friendlies when they face the famous Manchester United on 25 July.
The match was announced by both clubs with a truly original and funny video, which also featured former United coach Sir Alex Ferguson.
With the story of the Welsh team being told, it will be very interesting to see how this journey will one day end.
Ryan Reynolds has a clear goal and dream. He would love to take his club straight to the Premier League with one of the biggest stars.
“We want to go one step at a time. We say it all the time. We want to go to the Premier League despite how crazy it may sound to some people. If there’s only a theoretical possibility of going from the fifth tier to the professionals, why wouldn’t we do it? ” said Reynolds, whose words were quoted by the Daily Mail.
Source: Twitter, Dailymail
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