- U.S. band rocking North Wales
- Dragons co-owner missing out
- Season of special memories
WHAT HAPPENED? The ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ star has enjoyed plenty of memorable moments in North Wales this season, with the Dragons earning promotion back to the Football League in record-breaking style. A different kind of fan base has now been welcomed through the doors of the club’s famous stadium, with the Kings of Leon playing a sold-out concert at the historic venue. McElhenney may have helped to put those gigs in place, but he was not in attendance for the first of them on Saturday.
THE BIGGER PICTURE: McElhenney said on social media after seeing the Racecourse transformed: “Good God my FOMO is blistering. I can’t believe I’m missing this. Thank you @KingsOfLeon!!!! Wowowowow”
McElhenney may have missed out, but Wrexham's top scorer for the 2022-23 campaign Paul Mullin was in attendance alongside team-mate Elliott Lee, with the whole squad currently enjoying a well-earned break after a fairy tale season.
WHAT NEXT? McElhenney, along with fellow Wrexham co-owner Ryan Reynolds, is in the process of piecing together plans for the 2023-24 campaign. The Dragons have glamour friendlies against the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea to take in this summer, while also upgrading their ground, and are expected to be spend again in the next transfer window after being linked with some exciting new additions.