Ryan Reynolds ‘enjoyed’ being called a ‘c***’ at first Wrexham football match he attended

Comedian Humphrey Ker has shared Ryan Reynolds’ response to being called a ‘c***’ in the first Wrexham match he attended.

The 45-year-old Hollywood actor recently bought the football club with It’s always sunny in Philadelphiaa star Rob McElhenney and, in February 2022, took full control of the club.

The story of their £2million investment will be told in a documentary series Welcome to Wrexhamwhich will be released on Disney Plus.

The couple attended several games, but according to comedian Ker, whom they appointed as executive director, the fans weren’t always kind.

In a new Reynolds and McElhenney interview with The temperatureKer revealed that he “had to explain” to the duo “that no matter how successful the team was, someone would come up to them and call them ac**”.

Ker added: “The first game they attended at Maidenhead, they were abused, and I think they really enjoyed it.”

Wrexham drew 1-1 with Maidenhead in the match on January 29, conceding a goal in the 92nd minute.

Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds attended a Wrexham FC match (The FA via Getty Images)

Earlier this year, Reynolds revealed his wife, actor Blake Lively, did not approve of his decision to buy the football club, telling chat show host Jimmy Kimmel: “We are still working on that one.”

Welcome to Wrexham will be available to stream on Disney Plus starting August 25.

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