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Wrexham Paul Mullin has 'F*** the Tories' printed on the side of his boots

Wrexham Paul Mullin has 'F*** the Tories' printed on the side of his boots

Paul Mullin has a message to the Conservative Party.

Wrexham's Paul Mullin has bagged himself a pair of custom-made football boots, with the words 'F*** the Tories' printed on the side of them.

Mullin, who's from Merseyside and played for both Everton and Liverpool at youth level, has paid tribute to his hometown with a message aimed at the Conservative Party.

He took to social media to reveal his new boots, which feature the famous Liverpool skyline and the words 'F*** the Tories'.

Mullin tagged Liverpool singer Jamie Webster, who replied: "Boss this mate."

However, the striker won't be able to wear the boots against Halifax Town tonight or in any other fixture as Wrexham have distanced themselves from the political message.

"The Club can confirm that the boots revealed by Paul Mullin on social media will not be worn tonight, or in any other Wrexham AFC fixture and that the photographs taken at the Racecourse Ground were done so without our knowledge or approval," the club statement reads.

"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."

The 27-year-old signed for the Welsh side in 2021 and enjoyed a prolific campaign in his debut season at the club.

He scored an impressive 26 goals in 38 league matches. This season, he already has 11 league goals to his name.

Mullin joined Wrexham as the biggest signing of the Hollywood era following the takeover by Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.

His transfer raised a few eyebrows, but he's happy with his decision.

"When I signed there were eyebrows raised - but not from me and my family. We knew what we were getting into," he said.

"My family wants me to be happy and excited and I couldn't be more happy being here. I'm really enjoying my football and I'm pretty sure that's showing on the pitch the way I am always trying to smile, things like that.

"I'm enjoying it. I've loved it and they love coming to the games," he added.

"I think they sort of feel a bit special sometimes when the fans are singing my name. My mum and dad always tear up and my missus comes home singing it winding me up because she knows I hate to hear it in the house! We love it."

Featured Image Credit: Alamy/Instagram

Topics: Football