Wrexham CEO departs as Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney implement major changes – Daily Star

Wrexham CEO departs as Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney implement major changes – Daily Star

Robinson has overseen day-to-day operations at the Red Dragons for the past three years. Phil Parkinson’s men ended their Football League exile last season, returning to the EFL from the National League. The Red Dragons have achieved two consecutive promotions and are cheered on by sell-out crowds from not only North Wales but also from all over the globe, thanks to the success of the Disney+ documentary ‘Welcome to Wrexham’.

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And for a limited time, a subscription to ‘Wrexham is the Game’ will cost fans just £15 for the first year. Reynolds and McElhenney paid tribute to her in a statement posted on the club’s official website. It said: “We are extremely grateful for all that Fleur has done in transforming the club over the past couple of years and we wish her every success with her future plans.”

She has grown up around football, with her father, Ben Robinson, being the chairman of Burton Albion when she was younger.

During her time at the club, Robinson negotiated Wrexham’s debut in Fifa 22 – the first-ever non-league club to be included in the game and helped to navigate the fly-on-the-wall cameras capturing the hit documentary Welcome To Wrexham. Robinson was also the first black female CEO of a professional football club, and she was recognised on football’s prestigious Black List for influential role models within the national game. Double-promotion heroes Ben Tozer, who is also the club captain, Luke Young (the squad’s longest-serving player), Aaron Hayden, Rob Lainton, Callum McFadzean and Jordan Tunnicliffe have all been released following the end of their respective contracts.

However, they have tied down some of their stars for another season as they prepare for life in League One.


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