Rob McElhenney urges fans to buy season tickets for Wrexham’s rivals

Wrexham co-owner Rob McElhenney has once again shown his class by urging fans to purchase season tickets for Notts County. Wrexham battled valiantly with Notts County in the National League this season, but despite a competitive title race McElhenney has once again credited their rivals and has shown his support.

Wrexham sealed the National League title on Saturday with a 3-1 win over Boreham Wood at the Racecourse ground.

Ryan Reynolds and McElhenney’s side will be in League Two next season, ending their 15-year absence from the Football League. Wrexham currently sit on a record 110 points, but Notts County just missed out with a total of 106 after 45 games.

Notts County would have won the National League in every other season in history with that tally, but unfortunately for them it’s Wrexham that have secured the only automatic spot. Notts County will be hoping to join them via the Play-Offs, and McElhenney has urged fans to buy season tickets and watch them next season.

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On Monday it was announced by Notts County that season tickets for the 2023/24 season were now on sale at renewal, and McElhenney shared the post with a message of his own. “This is an absolute bargain,” McElhenney tweeted.

“I encourage anyone in the area to do this if you can. @Official_NCFC is one of the most exciting teams in sports.” It was a touch of class from McElhenney, who’s just celebrated his team clinching the division they’ve been fighting Notts County for all season.

In the National League only one team is guaranteed promotion, something that both the Wrexham owners and goalkeeper Ben Foster have criticised. Notts County’s incredible season could be for nothing if they fail to win the Play-Offs, in a year where they would’ve broken records previously.

After Wrexham sealed the title on Saturday, Reynolds said: “Huge credit to Boreham Wood tonight. Also, this entire story, the reason we’re sitting on the edge of our seat right now is because Notts County is so damn good as well. They deserve to go up.

“It’s something Rob and I feel quite strongly about. We are rooting for Notts County. We want to see them go up to League Two and face them next year. They’re incredible.”

Notts County are certainly favourites to join Wrexham in League Two, but will face some fierce competition on their way. The likes of Chesterfield, Woking and Barnet are also competing, and anything can happen in knockout football.

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