July 20, 2024

Wrexham’s co-owner Rob McElhenney has expressed his gratitude to the team’s supporters in spite of Saturday’s 1-0 loss to Bradford City.

Consequently, what happened?
Wrexham’s attempt to gain automatic promotion to League One was severely hampered by their 1-0 home loss to Bradford. They are now nine points behind leaders Stockport in the table after losing their previous three games and dropping to fifth place. However, McElhenney made the same decision as his business partner Ryan Reynolds to concentrate on the advantages of social networking.

Wrexham’s home attendance was revealed in a tweet that McElhenney cited, writing, “Outstanding as always.”

Naturally, Wrexham had promoted to League Two the previous season and was aiming for consecutive automatic promotions. But since promotion is awarded to the top three teams in the league, it is still a possibility. With two games remaining, Phil Parkinson’s team is only two points behind Crewe Alexandra in third place.

The next game for Parkinson’s team is on Tuesday against Sutton United, where they will look to resume their winning ways. Next Saturday, they take on Notts County, their promotion rivals from the previous campaign.

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