It's been a year since since the Wrexham Supporters Trust returned a 91.5% vote in favour of RR McReynolds proposed takeover of Wrexham AFC.

On November 16th 2020, a week on from the 'always beat Chester' zoom meeting, Wrexham fans voted overwhelmingly in favour for Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds to assume control.

At the time, the club said: "The Wrexham Supporters Trust Board would like to thank all members who took the time to vote and take part in the process relating to the Extraordinary Ballot. There was a significant turnout for the ballot at 91.5%.

"We are now in a position to confirm the result of the vote, which has been independently verified by Mi-Voice, the company assisting the Trust in the process. As can be seen in full detail below, members have voted FOR all three resolutions.

"As such – subject to final agreement, league and FA confirmation – the RR McReynolds Company, LLC will take 100% control of Wrexham Football Club Limited from the WST."

Since then it has been a somewhat whirlwind twelve months for the club, the owners and the fans and the Leader is going to look back at all the major parts of the last year under the ownership of Rob and Ryan.

16th November - Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds are voted to become Wrexham AFC owners, subject to final agreements.

18th November - Rob donates £6,000 to Wrexham fan Aiden Scott, who has cerebral palsy to help adapt his family home.

28th November - Peter Moore announces that he will be helping the new owners "get Wrexham back again".

27th January - With the takeover still not finalised and time running out in the January window, the owners make a donation to the club to allow for new signings.

9th February - Rob and Ryan complete their takeover of Wrexham AFC.

17th February - The new owners commit to redevelop the Kop, adding another 5,000-7,000 seat stand to raise the capacity to near 15,000.

12th March - Fleur Robinson is appointed CEO of the club.

18th May - The co-chairmen announce the plans of a documentary following the club, 'Welcome to Wrexham', in a video alongside Maxine.

29th May - Wrexham miss out on the play-offs after drawing 1-1 at Dagenham and Redbridge on the final day of the season.

30th May - Dean Keates parts ways with the club.

30th June - The owners announce TikTok as the new shirt sponsor for the 2020/21 season.

1st July - Phil Parkinson is announced as the new manager of Wrexham.

23rd July - Wrexham sign League Two player of the season Paul Mullin on a three-year deal.

27th August - Ben Tozer signs a three-year contract at the Racecourse

12th September - It is announced that Wrexham will be in EA Sports' FIFA 22, the clubs first appearance on the game for 14 years.

2nd October - Rob issues a statement saying "we need to get out of this f**king league" after the game at Aldershot was postponed.

26th October - Rob and Ryan attend their first Wrexham game away at Maidenhead.

28th October - The owners meet the media and announce 'dreams' of taking Wrexham to the Premier League.

30th October - The chairmen watch their first match at the Racecourse, a 1-1 draw with Torquay in front of 9,813 fans.

15th November - Ryan's Wrexham connection is celebrated ahead of new Netflix film release.

What a year it has been under the Hollywood ownership, let's hope that the next year is even better (if that is even possible).