Wrexham house owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney sack Dean Keates



Wrexham are in search of a brand new supervisor after Dean Keates was relieved of his duties following the membership’s failure to achieve the Nationwide League play-offs.

The Dragons, who’re owned by Hollywood duo Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, missed out on a top-seven spot after drawing 1-1 at Dagenham on Saturday.

Keates, his assistant Andy Davies and first-team coach Carl Darlington have been all out of contract this summer time and have been knowledgeable their offers won’t be renewed.

Actors Reynolds and McElhenney, who accomplished a takeover of the membership in February, mentioned in a joint assertion: “We want to thank Dean, Andy and Carl for all their efforts on behalf of the membership, in what at occasions have been difficult circumstances.

“We’re dedicated to returning the membership to the EFL on the earliest alternative and really feel {that a} change of supervisor will present us with the perfect likelihood of attaining that goal.

“Dean, Andy and Carl will at all times be welcome on the membership.”

Keates took over as supervisor on the Racecourse Floor for the second time in 2019 and guided Wrexham to a Twentieth-placed end within the Nationwide League final season and so they completed one level outdoors the play-off spots this time period.

In the meantime, the monetary influence of the coronavirus pandemic was revealed earlier this week for Wrexham with the membership having posted £740,000 losses for the 2019/20 season.





Supply hyperlink

Leave a Reply