Ryan Reynolds is the only Ryan Reynolds.The Hollywood star, Ryan Reynolds, is being serenaded by his own rendition of the chant as he jets to Wales for his first win as Wrexham Co-chairman… and then he sprints onto the pitch with Paul Mullin to celebrate his matchwinner!

  • Ryan Reynolds, Wrexham’s co-chairman, serenaded his fans with his own song
  • Hollywood’s biggest star ran to the pitch for Paul Mullin, matchwinner.
  • Stockport County lost to the Red Dragons by 2-0 in the FA Trophy.
  • In the final at Wembley, they will face National League rivals Bromley  

“There’s only Ryan Reynolds,” was the chant heard around the Racecourse Ground, as Wrexham stopped Stockport County’s 21-game run of unbeaten runs to make it to the FA Trophy final at Wembley.

Red Dragons will return to England’s national stadium for the first-time since their 2015 loss to North Ferriby United. Fans were very grateful to Reynolds, a Hollywood actor.

He was there to see his first victory in person after taking control of the club.  

Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds was serenaded with his own chant from jubilant fans

Ryan Reynolds from Hollywood was serenaded in his own song by the cheering fans

Paul Mullin scored a crucial 2-0 win to secure a thrilling final against National League opponents Bromley. 

Wrexham won the extra time game and Mullin chipped Ben Hinchcliffe, giving the hosts an impressive lead.

Mullin added an additional chip, one more than the keeper, before following up and tap home.

Reynolds was able to share the celebration with Reynolds as Reynolds ran onto the pitch and gave Mullin an enormous hug. 

Co-chairman Reynolds (left) ran onto the pitch to celebrate with Wrexham's Paul Mullin (right)

Reynolds, co-chairman (left), ran to the pitch with Paul Mullin (right).

Mullin (right) bagged a stoppage-time brace and was congratulated by star Reynolds (left)

Mullin (right), who was awarded a stoppage time brace, was congratulated and praised by Reynolds (left).

After Rob McElhenney and Reynolds took control of the Welsh football club in February 2021, Mullin became the first notable signing.

After making bold decisions to quit League One Cambridge in March, the striker now has 19 goals from 29 matches.

Since the takeover, it has been a thrilling ride. The Trophy final and third place in the National League are just the tip of the iceberg.

Paul Mullin (pictured) has scored 19 goals in 29 matches since joining the Red Dragons

Paul Mullin (pictured), has now scored 19 goals in his 29 matches with the Red Dragons since joining them.

Phil Parkinson, Wrexham’s manager said after the match: “There was some edginess during the first half as well as uncharacteristic mistakes from both teams. But there was still a lot at stake.

“But, I felt we grew into this game and had a few really great chances to take control of the game. But they didn’t.”

Mulls, on the pitch, always believes that you are going to score a goal.

Ryan Reynolds, too, took to Twitter with the following: “Seeing it in person was an amazing life experience for me. Wrexham, thank you.

Wrexham is now looking for silverware at Wembley to continue their quest to be promoted back to the Football League.

Since 2008, the Red Dragons have not been in the Football League. They have come close but have failed many times. But they hope this season will be better.

On Tuesday, they will host Barnet in National League action.