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Ben Foster's matchday vlogs have made a huge return after he came out of retirement with Wrexham

Ben Foster's matchday vlogs have made a huge return after he came out of retirement with Wrexham

Ben Foster's matchday vlogs are back and the first episode back at Wrexham did not disappoint.

Ben Foster's matchday vlogs are back with a bang after he came out of retirement to re-sign with Wrexham.

Foster announced he had hung up his gloves for good in September after rejecting an offer from Newcastle and was instead focusing on his podcasts.

But he has had a huge change of heart and returned at the age of 39 with Wrexham, who he made 21 appearances for on loan in 2005.

The Welsh outfit needed to sign an emergency goalkeeper after an injury to Rob Lainton and Foster quickly agreed a contract until the end of the season.

Wrexham are on the brink of promotion from the National League to the Football League and Foster made his second debut in 3-0 win over York City at the Racecourse Ground on Saturday.

He said on the Fozcast that his signature matchday vlogs would be returning and the first one back did not disappoint in the slightest.

Image: PA
Image: PA

Foster whacked the GoPro in his goal once again and uploaded his reactions to the three strikes from Wrexham, as well as taking fans behind the scenes of a Non League club who are going places.

And of course the 10 minute vlog was not complete without an appearance from Hollywood star and Wrexham owner Ryan Reynolds, who announced Foster's latest shirt giveaway in hilarious fashion.

Foster has 1.25 million subscribers on his CylingGK channel and his vlogs became a huge hit when football returned behind-closed-doors during the COVID-19.

Jamal Lowe, playing for Swansea City, went viral after celebrating right in front of the camera when he scored past Foster.

The former England shotstopper was allowed by Sky and the EFL to keep putting out his content but was once fined by Watford for continuing to film.

And the Premier League gave a clear warning to Foster by threatening to sue him if he kept doing it in the top flight.

Featured Image Credit: Ben Foster & Cycling GK

Topics: Ben Foster, Wrexham