Wrexham co-owner Ryan Reynolds 'terribly nervous' ahead of potential promotion-securing match vs Boreham Wood

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Wrexham co-owner Ryan Reynolds admitted he was "terribly nervous" ahead of Saturday's National League fixture against Boreham Wood.
  • Wrexham face Boreham Wood on Saturday
  • Win would secure promotion to League Two
  • Reynolds admits to feeling "terribly nervous"

WHAT HAPPENED? A 3-0 victory over Yeovil in midweek set up a crucial matchup against seventh-placed Boreham Wood in Saturday's late kick-off. Having already set a record for number of points and goals scored in a campaign, a win against Saturday's opponents would guarantee promotion to League Two and end Wrexham's 15-year spell away from the football league. Asked on his thoughts ahead of a match of such proportions, Reynolds reflected the understandably tense mood in camp, replying: "Terribly nervous!"

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THE BIGGER PICTURE: A victory in their penultimate National League game would seal a fairytale ending in what has been a season worthy of their Hollywood ownership. Beyond the obvious gains to the club as a whole, it was revealed on Friday that there may be significant individual benefits to promotion to League Two, with Reynolds reportedly prepared to offer each player a £200,000 bonus.

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WHAT NEXT? Wrexham will have to face up to the task at hand before any bonuses are awarded. Their match with Boreham Wood kicks off at the Racecourse Ground at 6:30pm local time.