Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney are to be the brand-new owners of National League club Wrexham.
Wrexham Advocates Trust (WST) members voted extremely to back the takeover with 98.6% of those who reacted backing the quote.
Out of more than 2,000 trust members qualified to vote, 1,809 authorized, 26 protested and 9 stayed away.
The trust wanted the set “the best of luck in charge” and “eagerly anticipate what the future brings”.
In a declaration, the trust included: “Topic to last contract, league and FA verification – the RR McReynolds Business, LLC will take 100% control of Wrexham Football Club Limited from the WST.
” Both celebrations will now continue with settling the information of the takeover, and we will upgrade Wrexham advocates as quickly as we can.”
Reynolds and fellow star McElhenney had actually informed trust members they wish to turn Wrexham into a “global force”.
The takeover might cause ₤ 2m being bought the club, which has actually remained in fan ownership considering that 2011.
Board director Spencer Harris formerly stated he anticipated the club to be in Reynolds’ and McElhenney’s hands within a couple of weeks of the vote going their method.
Reynolds and McElhenney provided their vision to trust members on 8 November at a virtual conference with ballot beginning the following day and ending on Sunday.
The duo likewise released a mission statement and have actually stated they mean to go to video games when work dedications enable.
The pair set out their prepare for the club at the virtual conference after trust members voted 95% in favour of holding talks with the set.
They likewise responded to fans’ concerns throughout the online event.
More than 2,000 trust members were qualified to participate in the vote with 75% of members who reacted to the tally requiring to enact favour for the takeover to proceed.
Trust members had actually gotten voting packs prior to the discussion detailing the next actions of the proposed takeover quote by The RR McReynolds Business.
The north Wales club, formed in 1864, play in English football’s 5th tier following their transfer from the Football League in 2008.