Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds have spoken of their desire to ramp up the commercial profile of Wrexham following their takeover of the club.

As well as investing on the pitch, the new owners have outlined various other areas they want to help build in order to push the club on. That includes appointing a new CEO in the near future.




As part of a joint-statement, they explained:

“The work has already begun with Gemma Owen and Steve Dale in the community team on a new women’s football initiative.  We are also committed to investing in current and identifying future members of the first-team squad as we build towards a promotion challenge.

“In addition, we are in the process of developing an outstanding team off the field by combining the know-how of the committed club staff and volunteers with new hires and experienced advisors. Our CEO search is progressing, and we expect to have someone in place before the end of the season.

“All of these people will help us create the kind of commercial opportunities that the third-oldest club in the world deserves, and we will reinvest that revenue back into Wrexham AFC and the community.”


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