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Wrexham return to the EFL exactly 15 years on this day after being relegated from it

Wrexham return to the EFL exactly 15 years on this day after they were relegated from it, ending so much hurt and uncertainty.

Wrexham went into Saturday evening’s game knowing they would clinch the National League title with a win over Boreham Wood. And that was exactly what they done, but after an initial scare.

The Welsh club owned by actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, also had actor Paul Rudd in attendance, drinking in a bar prior to kick off.

Elliott Lee equalised after Lee Ndlovu gave the visitors a shock lead just 45 seconds in, before Paul Mullin put Wrexham in front with a stunning curling strike on 52 minutes.

Mullin then got his 45th goal in 49 games this season, another screamer, to make it 3-1 to Wrexham, sending the fans inside the Racecourse Ground wild.

This is how Twitter users reacted as Wrexham return to the EFL exactly 15 years on this day after being relegated from it…

@DWNZ07: Just shows the difference owners that believe can make rather than owners more interested in money. Dream, believe, achieve. Well deserved 👍 #WrexhamAFC

@AGShizzle: A miracle what a league one striker can do in the national League 🙄

@Jm2672Jason: My god there are a lot of miserable footy fans out there , jealous because it’s not happening to their club

@oohmoz1: He is some finisher 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻⚽️⚽️

@18Freddy87: Hes at least 2 leagues better than this. What a gem.

@brann_hann: damn season 2 is going to be a movie

@DAlexVIII: So Happy for the town of Wrexham and it’s life long supporters and their amazing team!!!! All of you deserve this title 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🥰🤟🏻

@NottsCountyPoll: @Wrexham_AFC Fair play, you’ve been absolutely brilliant throughout. Sod the circus that comes your way, your owners have done a very good job and it’s good to see the whole town galvanised by the success of your club… the way it should be. Hope to see you next season 🖤🤍

@camstutely: Congrats Wrexham welcome back to the Football league

@Mattpie95: Huge congratulations from this #Notts fan. We’ve been neck and neck all season and we’ve always said whoever wins it will deserve it. You have earned it on the pitch. Now is finally your time – enjoy the celebrations! I just hope we’ll be joining you in three weeks ⚫️⚪️

@1LukeRhodes: Leeds fan here but been following Wrexham for the last 2 seasons, buzzing for the club and their fans. They are in for one hell of ride and can’t wait to see them in league 2 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

@deadxrebel: SOOOOOO HAPPY FOR ALL YOU LIFER WREXHAM FANS!!!! I’m just a fan for watching Welcome to Wrexham but as a Chicago Cubs fan I know how hard it is to watch a beloved team struggle for years. Congrats on being back in the EFL!!!!

@joshproctor1231: Been some title fight lads, reason we’ve both done so well is because of each other. Hope we join you in a few weeks, congrats! ⚽️

@callmepaschall: A Hollywood script that has been played over a blockbuster season. Those Hollywood owners have invested and put a lot of time and money in Wrexham, 15 years and they are back up.

@K_Motson: Congratulations, we’ve been incredible this season any other season either of us piss the league. Yes you’ve spent money but with that comes pressure. Good luck next season 👊🏻

@official_danik: Well done Wrexham! You & Notts County really have made this one of the best seasons the National League has ever had! Is Entertaining the right word? Enjoy the party tonight! Well deserved! From a Stevenage fan!

@DaveStubbs14: 👏🏼👏🏼 …brilliant. Brilliant for the fans that kept it going a few years ago and brilliant for the town. Having owners that care about the club, fans and community and prepared to invest are like gold dust. Good luck next season from a Stoke fan 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

@KatDavies13: We’ve got Mullin, super Paul Mullin just don’t think you’ll understand. He wears the red and white, he’s quick and dynamite, we’ve got super Paul Mullin.
Here they come our mighty champions
Raise your voices to the anthem
Marching like a mighty army
Wrexham is the name

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