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What happened to the players Wrexham let go when Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney completed takeover

What happened to the players Wrexham let go when Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney completed takeover

Hollywood pair Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have taken Wrexham to League Two

Since Hollywood pair Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney took over at Wrexham, the club have become one of the most popular clubs in the land.

From Non-League, the Hollywood stars have seen Wrexham climb back to the English Football League after securing their place in League Two.

Now, the Welsh club are currently third in the League Two table, six points behind leaders Stockport County.

Since Reynolds and McElhenney took charge, they have made some big decisions. But what has happened to the players that the club let go when the pair completed the takeover.

Dior Angus

Angus is now playing for National League side Altrincham FC. The striker joined Harrogate Town when he left Wrexham.

Tyler French

After playing 38 matches for Wrexham, French joined Scottish Championship side Dundee.

At the start of the 23/24 season, French joined Greenock Morton on a season-long loan.

Shaun Pearson

Pearson joined Grimsby Town after his spell with the Welsh club ended. He was sent on loan to Boston United before retiring and becoming Grimsby’s assistant coach.

Theo Vassell

26-year-old Vassell will be up against Wrexham after he signed for Salford City.


Fiacre Kelleher

Since leaving Wrexham, Kelleher has played for the likes of Bradford City, Solihull Moors and Colchester United.

Jamie Reckford

Leaving Wrexham in 2022, Reckford went on to represent Boreham Wood, Yeovil Town and most recently Gloucester City.

Daniel Jarvis

The midfielder joined Gateshead at the end of the 21/22 season and has also spent time on loan at Hereford.

Now, the 25-year-old is at Kettering Town.

This week, Wrexham announced they have received approval for their temporary new stand.

A club statement read: “Wrexham AFC are pleased to confirm we have received council approval for the temporary stand on The Kop, which will be open at 80% capacity for Saturday's game against Newport County. Tickets will be available to buy online, for members only, from 4pm today.”

Featured Image Credit: Getty

Topics: Wrexham, League Two, Ryan Reynolds, Rob McElhenney, Football