Wrexham rinsed for half-time and full-time graphics as fans spot huge blunder

Wrexham fans have rinsed the club for their “monstrosity” social media graphics.

The Welsh club have been bankrolled to glory since Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney took over in 2021. Last season’s National League triumph saw the side promoted to the Football League for the first time in 15 years.

But the Red Dragons’ League Two campaign got off to a poor start as they were beaten 5-3 by MK Dons at the Racecourse Ground.

Wrexham’s official Twitter account posted updates at half-time and full-time to keep supporters up to date with the action. Yet supporters were left amazed by the poor quality of the designs, which they deemed to look amateurish compared to those of other clubs.

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A “Lucozade-like” border was coupled with squashed imagery which made the players and ball appear elongated. And eagle-eyed fans even noticed the creator of both of the sub-par graphics had forgotten to remove the default “Loren Ipsum” placeholder text.

One Twitter user wrote: “All that money and you hire a 16 year old BTEC Media student to do your graphics?”

Another Wrexham fan tweeted: “What in the Microsoft Paint is that?” while a third added: “I could’ve made a better graphic than that in year 8 ICT.”

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A fourth fumed: “What in the monstrosity is this graphic?!” and a fifth commented: “My dog can do better graphics than this.”

Another pointed out: “This photo is more stretched than our defence yesterday.”

Wrexham’s dismal afternoon began with MK Dons taking a 2-0 lead inside ten minutes. Jacob Mendy made it 2-1 before half-time, but Jonathan Leko’s double put the game out of sight for the home side. Jordan Davies’ goal made it 4-2 in the 82nd minute, before Daniel Harvie and Anthony Forde grabbed injury time goals for either side.

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