A 'LITTLE superstar' stole the show at Wembley's Boxpark on Sunday (May 22) as she got up on stage to lead the Wrexham AFC chants.

Nine-year-old Madi Roberts and dad Chris were just two of the 28,000 strong crowd of Wrexham fans who travelled down to Wembley for the FA Trophy final.

And while the result was not the one Wrexham wanted, losing out 1-0 to opponents Bromley, the father-and-daughter duo from Anglesey had a day to remember. 

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That's because Madi bravely got up on stage at the Wembley Boxpark area to lead the chants among Reds fans.

Dad Chris, who is a former manager of Llangefni Town FC, has spoken of his pride of seeing Madi up on the stage.

He said: "I actually told Madi last night that watching her up there having the time of her life and watching the videos back us the proudest I have ever felt. She really is a little superstar.

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PIC: Madi with her Wrexham AFC flag at Wembley!

"The Boxpark at Wembley was brilliant, I remember the guy on the microphone ask if there were any mini Wrexham fans who would come up on stage to try and get the crowd going and Madi said she wanted to go.

"She said she wanted to sing the Paul Mullin song and off she went, but when she got up there her first song was “Red army” which the crowd loved and got behind her before she then started belting the 'Super Paul Mullin' song in full voice.

"When she got off the stage I asked why did you sing Red Army and she replied  'when I got up there all I could see was red everywhere so I just shouted red army' - she loved every minute of it and said 'I want to do it again'."

Chris himself has been following Wrexham AFC for over 30 years, since his dad used to take him and his brother to the stand up in the Kop End.

He added: "I remember watching them against West Ham in the snow and Gary Bennett throwing his boots into the stand.

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PIC: Madi up on the stage at Wembley Boxpark.

"Madi has always liked Wrexham with her grandad and then last season I thought she was old enough and bought her first season ticket.

"This was my first trip to Wembley to watch Wrexham but I did go to watch them in the LDV Vans trophy at Cardiff against Southend.

"The whole weekend was a really enjoyable one apart from the result obviously. There was a great atmosphere around the place and it was special to see so many Wrexham fans together cheering on the team."