‘It’s the ultimate ambition’ – Wrexham owners Reynolds and McElhenney eye Premier League dream!

Wrexham have started planning for their newly promoted season in League 2. They won the Nations League under the new owners within 2 years, and are now aiming to secure back-to-back promotions. The club’s CEO has hailed the Hollywood owners for their commitment and has outlined their long-term goals.

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Phil Parkinson has done a marvellous job securing promotion in their record-breaking style. There’s still work to do in the summer as they hope to strengthen the team in preparation for the season. Veteran Ben Forster’s contract has been renewed for a year.

Wrexham CEO Fleur Robinson has said during a Q&A at a Women in Business event presented by HM3 Legal: “It’s fantastic how the owners have invested in the club and the community. ‌‌‌It’s amazing to be a part of it and the interest and growth has been incredible. The club has seen turnover rise from £2.5m to £20m and as part of their mission statement they made it clear they wanted to develop the stadium, increase crowds, and make a difference in the community. ‌They are also aiming for the Premier League. There are no major timescales attached to this but it’s the ultimate ambition.” ‌

Reynolds and McElhenney have heavily marketed the club and invested in the club to increase its budget and income. They hope to eventually reach the Premier League.

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