Ryan Reynolds was told to 'get that on Netflix' by Accrington Stanley's brutal chairman after a 2-0 defeat for Wrexham.
The Welsh League Two outfit slipped to defeat against Accrington after a bitter row over the raising of ticket prices by the home side – with led to Wrexham saying they'd reduce them by the same amount for the return fixture.
Goals from Tommy Leigh and Rosaire Longelo in the second-half secured all three points for the hosts, with Andy Holt then hitting out at their Football League counterparts with a jibe meant to reference their Disney+ fame.
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Holt wrote on X: "Accrington 2 Hollywood nil. I think @VancityReynolds should cut prices by a tenner @Wrexham_AFC. Safe journey home folks."
Then added: "Get that on @ netflix Ryan lad." One follower then kindly pointed out: "It’s on Disney not Netflix but good try."
A second continued: "Must be raging he tagged Netflix instead of Disney+" A third then followed up by saying: "Andy Holt’s won twitter for the day."
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As many as 2,600 away fans were expected to make the journey to Lancashire with seven points separating them in the table before kick-off – and a large number protesting during the fixture.
Accrington chiefs made the decision to raise their ticket prices by £5 a head with a large crowd expected, as Wrexham reacted by controlling their own prices for the next meeting.
Their statement read on matchday: "In response to Accrington Stanley's decision to increase the match day price by £5 from that previously charged at Wham Stadium for league games this season, we have decided to reduce the price of matchday tickets by £5 for the return game at the SToK Cae Ras on 02/03/2024."
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Holt had already hit back at criticism of his decision, responding: "If there was only a couple of hundred of you today I’d be happy to do the same. Unfortunately costs are very high for this game.
"Big policing bills and stewarding big stewarding costs. I appreciate what @Wrexham_AFC are doing for our fans though."
He had then said of the timing of their statement: "When costs are already high @Wrexham_AFC the last thing football needs is stupid mistimed statements."
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