Following Wrexham's promotion to the EFL, and the literal Hollywood story they find themselves in with owners Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds, extraordinary moves seem to be within the scope of this small Welsh club.
Their title sealing 3-1 win over Boreham Wood was followed by wild on-pitch celebrations and tears from their American actor owners, as they confirmed their place in League Two for the first time in 15 years.
Given the money invested in the club, they will be looking to push for promotion again next season, and McElhenney sent a cheeky tweet to Welsh legend Gareth Bale, in the faint hope of luring him out of retirement.
Hey @GarethBale11 let’s play golf, where I totally won’t spend 4 hours trying to convince you to un-retire for one last magical season
Rob McElhenney Cheekily Asks Gareth Bale To Join Wrexham
Hey @GarethBale11 let’s play golf, where I totally won’t spend 4 hours trying to convince you to un-retire for one last magical season 🏴 🏴 🏴 🏴 ❤️ pic.twitter.com/FZgXZbM4zx
— Rob McElhenney (@RMcElhenney) April 25, 2023
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While such a move would be beyond any of the Hollywood dreams of the club, it would be incredible to see a player of Bale's ilk playing in a league far below his level.
Wrexham's Executive Director Humphrey Ker spoke after the club's promotion sealing win, and revealed that there were many players interested in joining the club ringing the club's recruiters.
"We've accrued a record number of points in the National League and we think we're ready to go again with some minor changes.
"Our mission will always be to try and get the best players we possibly can for each situation.
"Previously we've had to pay a bit of a premium to get people to come down to the National League because of the stigma that exists over non-league or Conference football. As we go up, I think we'll have less of a challenge attracting people.
"I know Phil and Les Reed, who has been helping us as well on the recruitment side, are inundated with incoming calls from players because this is a place where people want to come and play football."