WREXHAM'S co-owners are in 'dispute' over end of season celebrations, if the club gets promoted to the Championship. 

The Reds secured promotion to League One at their first attempt, making it back-to-back promotions under Phil Parkinson. 

After their success in the National League last season, owners Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds sent all the players on a four day all expenses paid trip to Las Vegas. 

The players were treated like "royalty" as they enjoyed the VIP treatment at pool parties and nightclubs during their time in the states. 

And after making it a historic back-to-back promotions to League One, the players once again jetted off to sin city. 

The squad spent a few days in Nevada enjoying pool parties and VIP nightclub appearances to celebrate their achievements. 


Ahead of the club's return to League One, the Always Sunny creator has revealed that he and his co-chairman have had a disagreement on what happens if the players achieve another promotion. 

Rob said he has promised the players another trip to Vegas, but co-owner Ryan isn't on board. 

Speaking on Hulu, the Hollywood star said, "I just got back from Las Vegas where we did it for the second time and if they get promoted again, we promised them that they will be sent to Vegas again.

"Much to chagrin of my co-chairman. So if you see Ryan, I don't know if Ryan has come by yet but he is going to say no and I am going to say yes."