Ryan Reynolds’ response to Wrexham’s fourth loss in a row winds followers up extra

Ryan Reynolds’ optimistic response after Wrexham’s fourth defeat on the trot didn’t go down effectively with their followers.

A 1-0 loss at dwelling to Bradford City in League Two on Saturday got here after the guests’ Andy Cook had a penalty saved by Arthur Okonkwo within the 83rd minute. But the Bradford synthetic amends by profitable the sport in stoppage time.

For Wrexham, it was one other dismal defeat, having been crushed by Salford City, Blackburn and Newport County over the previous few weeks. But regardless of their promotion hopes struggling an enormous blow, co-owner and Hollywood actor Reynolds provided a bizarrely sportsmanlike response post-match.

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The Deadpool actor took to X on Saturday afternoon to commend the other workforce, regardless of a fierce recreation by which Bradford dedicated 19 fouls. Reynolds tweeted: “The entire Bradford City squad played with so much heart today. Congrats.”

And he was instantly met with a swarm of disgruntled Wrexham supporters who took problem with how good he was being given the circumstances. “No mate… that’s not how we do it,” one bluntly replied.

Ryan Reynolds was honourable in defeat
Ryan Reynolds was honourable in defeat

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Another tweeted: “You can’t post this after 4 losses, sorry but it needs sorting,” whereas a 3rd wrote: “This is so American mentality.”

A fourth jibed: “You don’t get football do you,” and a fifth bemused fan wrote: “Stop being so good!”

Wrexham are in bad form
Wrexham are in unhealthy type

Others chimed in with: “Best get on that phone with Rob [McElhenney] and have a word 4 straight losses, if we lose on Tuesday there needs to be some grown up conversations had,” and: “Ryan, it’s 3 years in. I love you but this isn’t how we handle defeat here.”

Reynolds and fellow A-list actor McElhenney took over Wrexham in 2021 earlier than guiding the membership to an emphatic promotion to the English Football League final season after a 15-year absence. They are at the moment fifth in League Two, trailing the league leaders by 9 factors as they appear to safe back-to-back promotions.