After being owned by Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, the Welsh football team got global recognition. As the team is trying to get out of the National League, there might be a piece of good news for the team. The EFL boss, Rick Perry, revealed they were considering changes in promotion policy. Would these changes help the team strengthen its position in the league?
As revealed by Perry during his interview with BBC Sport, Rick Perry talked about the three promotion spots from the League. He admitted they were having major discussions about the three ups and three downs. He revealed they were considering the need to look downwards along with looking up as well.
Although they hadn’t proposed the changes to the clubs, they were expecting to put them forward in the future for sure. The EFL is looking to reform the competition. Therefore, they were making some changes in the policies. However, these policies would affect the football club of Hollywood celebrities as well.
Reynolds and McElhenney want their team out of the National League because they want Wrexham AFC at the top of the English pyramid. Although it is a tough challenge for the club to win at this period because the League is the most difficult place to get a promotion right now. What is the status of the team right now? Will the team keep the affection it is receiving from the fans? Because the Deadpool actor once opened up about how Wrexham felt like the holy shrine of soccer and people are obsessed about the team.
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Where does Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney’s team stand?
The third-oldest professional football team completed 2nd in the League the previous season for the playoffs. Despite losing the game against Grimsby, they are currently in the same position. Wrexham AFC is 5 points behind leaders Notts County. However, the team has two more games on its hands.
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However, as the EFL boss said, they were considering policy changes in the future. Only time will tell if those changes would be in favor of the team of Reynolds and McElhenney.
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