Wrexham star Paul Mullins joins in ‘F*** the Tories’ chant with fans
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Wrexham star Paul Mullin was filmed chanting ‘F*** the Tories’ with fans as the club celebrated promotion back to the English Football League.
On Saturday, Wrexham sealed their return to League Two after coming from 1-0 down to beat Boreham Wood 3-1 at The Racecourse.
Boreham Wood went ahead inside one minute after a defensive mistake from the home side.
A goal from Elliott Lee levelled things up before a brace from Mullin secured the 3-1 victory.
As a result, Wrexham will play in League Two next season after sealing the title.
On the back of their promotion, Mullin and some of the Wrexham players were filmed inside a local McDonald’s.
Mullin was captured joining in with the ‘F*** the Tories’ chant with jubilant fans, the Wrexham striker was seen smiling whilst pumping his fist as he chanted the words.
SPORTbible has contacted AFC Wrexham for comment.
Back in October, it was revealed that Mullin had the words ‘F*** the Tories’ printed on his boots.
However, on the back of that, Wrexham released a statement which said: “The Club can confirm that the boots revealed by Paul Mullin on social media will not be worn in any other Wrexham AFC fixture and that the photographs taken at the Racecourse Ground were done so without our knowledge or approval
“For the record, the pictures wouldn’t have been permitted to be taken, had we known, and the issue will be dealt with privately by the Club.
“The Club has adopted a neutral position on many matters with a political dimension and intends to continue to do so going forward.”
Mullin has been a star for Wrexham this season after scoring a mightily impressive 47 goals across all competitions.
One of the club’s owners, Rob McElhenney praised Mullin after the match against Boreham Wood.
He said: “I would like to say Paul Mullin is one of the greatest footballers in the world!”