Will Ferrell joked that Ryan Reynolds is a dodgy Canadian when he rocked up to North Wales to watch Wrexham last season.
Ferrell's visit is documented in the latest episode of their hit documentary 'Welcome to Wrexham' – with season two currently streaming on Disney Plus. Ferrell is seen meeting the players in the dressing room, who he joked are just as "famous".
However, he then adds: "Do you guys like Ryan and Rob or not really?" The camera panned to the players who were smiling and offered an indifferent reaction, Ferrell added: "Rob is good. Ryan? Dodgy Canadian…"
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Welcome to Wrexham is back to take you behind the scenes at the Welsh club following the superstar takeover by Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.
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Elsewhere during his visit, Ferrell was filmed entering the club's training room as a player was getting a leg massage. "That is a beefy thigh there," Ferrell joked before asking a staff member across the room if he "needed a rub down."
The Hollywood star joked: "These are magic hands!"
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Wrexham returned to the Football League last season as they conquered the National League with a record points haul. And after some ups and downs in the opening weeks of League Two, Wrexham have since hit the ground running.
Phil Parkinson's side put Salford City to the sword over the weekend, smashing three past the Class of 92's side – moving up to fifth in the table.
Meanwhile, Wrexham's big challengers last season, Notts County, are second in League Two.
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