‘Click in the 4th division!’ Deadpool and Wrexom, ‘Achieving promotion in 15 years!’

A new story has begun in the English football world.

Wrexham defeated Boreham Wood 3-1 in the 45th round of the English National League (5th division) in the 2022-23 season held at the Race Course Ground in Wrexham, Wales on the 23rd at 2:30 am (Korean time). With this victory, Wrexham (110 points) succeeded in promotion to League Two (4th Division).

Wrexham was founded in 1864 and boasts a 159-year history. It is also famous as the third oldest club in the world, beyond Wales and England. Ryan Reynolds, who played the main character in the Marvel Universe feature film ‘Deadpool’, is the owner, and ‘Welcome to Rexom’, a documentary provided by ‘Disney Plus’, received a lot of love even though it belongs to the lower league.

This season has received a lot of attention. In the English FA Cup, Wrexham defeated Oldham Athletic (3-0 win), Farnborough (4-1 win) and Coventry City (4-3 win) to advance to the fourth round (32nd round). Although they were knocked out by Sheffield United (3-3 draw, 1-3 loss), it was enough to applaud.

He also has a relationship with Son Heung-min. According to Wales national team member Ben Davies, Son Heung-min also watched the documentary ‘Welcome to Lexom’. Then, when the Wrexham players succeeded in scoring during the league game, Son Heung-min’s signature ‘click ceremony’ was introduced and created a topic. 온라인카지노

The 2022-23 season is also nearing its end, and Wrexham has succeeded in achieving the promotion they have been dreaming of. It was shaken by conceding the first goal to Boreham, but turned the game around with Elliott Lee’s equalizer and Paul Mullin’s multi-goal. Wrexham will advance to the 4th division for the first time in 15 years since relegation in 2008.

Wrexham fans jumped onto the ground and rejoiced with the players. The local reaction is also hot. British public broadcaster ‘BBC’ highlighted the touching story, saying, “Even lower league football has a heart! This is just the beginning. Good luck to Wrexham next season.”

Owner Reynolds was also thrilled, saying, “I’m not sure I can handle what happened tonight (promotion). I’m just speechless.” Then he cheered, “Why Raxom? This is Wrexom!” Wrexham will challenge beyond retention in League Two next season.

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