Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney joke about taking Wrexham to space

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NATHAN SALT IN WREXHAM: Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney vowed they are in it for the long-haul at Wrexham as they target a fairytale rise to the Premier League. The two actors braved the wet weather in North Wales to address the press for the first time at the Racecourse Ground since sealing their takeover back in February. Currently sat 11th in the Vanarama National League, they shared smiles as it was pointed out just how long it could take to join Manchester United and Liverpool in the top flight but they would not back down.

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