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Ryan Reynolds was hilariously told off by a reporter for dropping an F-bomb during a live stream on his very first visit to Wrexham.
Reynolds and co-owner Rob McElhenney paid their first visit to Wrexham since taking 100 per cent ownership of the club in February.
The Hollywood A-listers held a press conference at the Racecourse Ground, with Reynolds forced to apologise for swearing during a live stream.
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As McElhenney talked up his ambitions for the Welsh minnows - which includes Premier League aspirations, Reynolds brilliantly chimed in.
McElhenney said: "We just want to set up the structure for the club to continue long after we're dead."
To which the Deadpool star replied: "Unless there's a meteor, in which case we're all f**ked."
A reporter then apologised on his behalf, with the 45-year-old unware the press conference was being streamed live.
"No! I had no idea, I'm sorry," he said.
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F-Bomb aside, the actors outlined their lofty goals for the fifth-tier side while revealing their conservation with club director Humphrey Ker.
"No one has gone from our league all the way up to the Premier League but some clubs have gone from the National League to the Championship," McElhenney said.
"So, we're obviously going to try and go above that.
"Maybe this is just my own naivety, but what I would say to Humphrey [Ker, club director and comedian] 'if the way that the system works couldn't we theoretically get to the Premier League?'
"He sort of laughed and said, 'Well yes, but that would never happen.' And I don't understand why.
"We clearly have the structure and system potentially to allow us to grow at that scale. Why not dream big?"
Reynolds added: "If you don't think like that then I don't think you will ever go there, so why not."