Stickied League 2 Away Support Thread 2024/25

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Frankly the only way I can see us getting higher up the table and as a result, out of L2, is relocation. Being London based would provide access to a level of catchment we simply cannot achieve in Milton Keynes.
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MK Dons looking at another club to take over
 

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MK Dons looking at another club to take over
Your owners are too, have they had enough of North Wales?
Wrexham AFC owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney branched out to Mexico last week, joining soccer Club Necaxa's ownership group, which includes actress Eva Longoria, NFL's Odell Beckham Jr., former soccer player Mesut Özil and model Kate Upton.
 

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Your owners are too, have they had enough of North Wales?
Wrexham AFC owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney branched out to Mexico last week, joining soccer Club Necaxa's ownership group, which includes actress Eva Longoria, NFL's Odell Beckham Jr., former soccer player Mesut Özil and model Kate Upton.

Other way around. Same as their involvement in Alpine F1 this is more to do with getting in with investors who are going to end up with a stake in Wrexham (5% has already been bought by someone, possibly this group) . We are going to need more investment if we are to keep pushing on.
 

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Other way around. Same as their involvement in Alpine F1 this is more to do with getting in with investors who are going to end up with a stake in Wrexham (5% has already been bought by someone, possibly this group) . We are going to need more investment if we are to keep pushing on.
Where’s the limit? Could you go all the way? Most seem to get to the Champ and the money runs out
 

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700 MK Dons fans at Crawley. Look at me predicting the future (easy when you sell out in 24 hours like a MASSIVE club). I could get used to this.
 

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Where’s the limit? Could you go all the way? Most seem to get to the Champ and the money runs out

I guess it depends who else comes in as an investor. Our revenue (going off talk around the club) is already getting close to the level of Championship clubs (other than those who have received Prem parachute payments) although it's still unknown how long those kinds of levels can be maintained, particularly from overseas fans. This is the reason we are going back over to the US for a preseason tour and doing the TST again etc.

At this stage I am almost expecting us to reach the Championship in a year or two, and there is really no reason we can't go higher, as crazy as that might seem. We definitely need to sort out some of the club infrastructure if we do get much higher though.
 

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I guess it depends who else comes in as an investor. Our revenue (going off talk around the club) is already getting close to the level of Championship clubs (other than those who have received Prem parachute payments) although it's still unknown how long those kinds of levels can be maintained, particularly from overseas fans. This is the reason we are going back over to the US for a preseason tour and doing the TST again etc.

At this stage I am almost expecting us to reach the Championship in a year or two, and there is really no reason we can't go higher, as crazy as that might seem. We definitely need to sort out some of the club infrastructure if we do get much higher though.
I work in the betting industry and I was suprised how short we have you next season but based on the above there’s probably no reason you can’t compete with the Birmingham, Barnsley’s, Huddersfield’s etc of this world
 

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I guess it depends who else comes in as an investor. Our revenue (going off talk around the club) is already getting close to the level of Championship clubs (other than those who have received Prem parachute payments) although it's still unknown how long those kinds of levels can be maintained, particularly from overseas fans. This is the reason we are going back over to the US for a preseason tour and doing the TST again etc.

At this stage I am almost expecting us to reach the Championship in a year or two, and there is really no reason we can't go higher, as crazy as that might seem. We definitely need to sort out some of the club infrastructure if we do get much higher though.

If Bournemouth and Brentford can do it, then why can't Wrexham?
 

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1,630 Crawley fans in a crowd of 10,053 at Stadium:MK.
 

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"Some cynical football fans may point out that this number is significantly larger than the number of fans who used to travel to watch Wrexham before the club were thrust into the spotlight when Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney became owners in 2020"

checks out. We take more away now we are winning than the seasons we used to knock around mid table in the Conference.
 

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"Some cynical football fans may point out that this number is significantly larger than the number of fans who used to travel to watch Wrexham before the club were thrust into the spotlight when Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney became owners in 2020"

checks out. We take more away now we are winning than the seasons we used to knock around mid table in the Conference.
Yeah, who'd have thought it?

But are you happy?

Wouldn't you rather be playing Boston United again rather than Barnsley and Bolton?
 

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Yeah, who'd have thought it?

But are you happy?

Wouldn't you rather be playing Boston United again rather than Barnsley and Bolton?

I only need to look down the road at our friend's Chester, who will be entertaining Peterborough Sports, Marine and Needham Market next season.

I'm green with envy.
 

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I only need to look down the road at our friend's Chester, who will be entertaining Peterborough Sports, Marine and Needham Market next season.

I'm green with envy.

Not sure about you, but i’m quite content playing the proper peterborough than peterborough sports :lol:
 

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This part of the forum plus the league one part is the reason why I joined this forum. Basically want know the home attendances and away followings each week and the averages as I know somebody on here does a good job recording it in league one and league two.
 

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"Some cynical football fans may point out that this number is significantly larger than the number of fans who used to travel to watch Wrexham before the club were thrust into the spotlight when Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney became owners in 2020"

checks out. We take more away now we are winning than the seasons we used to knock around mid table in the Conference.
I don't think our away attendances changed all that much. Miss the days out to the likes of Stafford, Canvey and Farnborough. They were fun times and clubs genuinely pleased to see us.
Now we are herded around without a hope of getting into the local pubs
 

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I don't think our away attendances changed all that much. Miss the days out to the likes of Stafford, Canvey and Farnborough. They were fun times and clubs genuinely pleased to see us.
Now we are herded around without a hope of getting into the local pubs
I kind of agree, but we were so bad we were heading towards playing 'local pubs' at one time. So really pleased we managed to get out of Non-League land really.
 

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