Since taking over in 2020, the pair has made significant contributions to the club, including leading it back to the Football League after a long absence. Planning for a new 5,500-seater stand at the Racecourse Ground is underway, with the current temporary one serving the purpose for now. Many fans believe that Reynolds and McElhenney deserve recognition for their hard work and suggest naming the new stand after them. A survey conducted by local media outlet, The Leader, found strong support for this idea among fans.
However, there is some debate regarding this proposal. Some fans are eager to commemorate former stalwart defender Joey Jones, a two-time Wrexham player and Welsh Cup winner in 1975. This has sparked friendly competition between honoring movie stars and footballing heroes.
There is also remembrance for late Reds supporter Ian ‘Jacko’ Roberts. The team faced their fifth loss of the season, causing manager Phil Parkinson to call for greater discipline from his players. The article concludes with a note stating that it was crafted with the assistance of an AI tool, reviewed by an editor, and invites readers to report any errors.
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