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Watch: Wrexham players singing ‘F**k the Tories’ in McDonalds

23 Apr 2023 2 minute read
Paul Mullin leading a chant of ‘F**k the Tories’ in Wrexham McDonalds

If Wrexham’s players ever had an excuse to party then last night’s promotion to the football league was certainly the best reason ever.

Now we’re not saying Paul Mullin and his teammates had a few post-match beers after winning the National League title, but it could explain why they were spotted in the Wrexham branch of McDonalds at 2am this morning happily joining in with sweary chants about the Conservative Party.

Anybody who has followed the club would know all about the controversy surrounding the bespoke football boots star striker Paul Mullin had made with the words ‘F**K the Tories’ on them.

Mullin, has become not so much a football star but something of a working class folk hero with the fans.

During the frenzied post-match celebrations last night he was pictured celebrating with a flag which read ‘Love Mullin, f**k Tories’.

And he his and teammates happily sang along with fans as a chant of ‘F**k the Tories’ could be heard in the fast food joint in the early hours of the morning.

Read more:
Watch: The goals that fired Wrexham to promotion glory

Watch: The extraordinary scenes as Wrexham are promoted

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Dai Rob
Dai Rob
1 year ago

Wrecsam are growing on me…….

Arfon
Arfon
1 year ago

Gwych!

Johnny Gamble
Johnny Gamble
1 year ago

Wrong Sport and Politics does mix many sporting organisations get government funding.Anyway what’s the big deal about what the fan’s were saying which pales into significance compared to the misery that the Tories have done to so many people.

Last edited 1 year ago by Johnny Gamble
Rhy5
Rhy5
1 year ago
Reply to  Johnny Gamble

That’s your opinion and you’re entitled to it but Wrexham’s achievements this season (or previous seasons) are nothing to do with politics. Furthermore, as much as I hugely admire Paul Mullin’s footballing talent, he has been spoken to about this sort of thing before. Had he been chanting the same thing about Mark Drakeford and Labour I would be saying exactly the same thing – please stick to football

Riki
Riki
1 year ago

I agree, it shouldn’t. Shame that we’ve been put through the wringer for Ukraine over the last 18 months then huh?!

Ed Jones
Ed Jones
1 year ago

To the decent Tories, who let Johnson et al debase their party and indeed Britain, I hope this finally makes you realise (at long last) just how much you too are hated, we will never forget or forgive any of you…

Erisian
Erisian
11 months ago
Reply to  Ed Jones

What, BOTH of them?

Y Cymro
Y Cymro
1 year ago

Short and to the point. #Wrecsam 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 🏆 #Tories #NastyParty ☣️🇬🇧

Karl
Karl
1 year ago

Awesome

Cwm Rhondda
Cwm Rhondda
1 year ago

… and f**k the Labour party in the south Wales valleys for decade after decade of corrupt practices, after 100 years in power we’re still amongst the poorest in the UK and western Europe!

Malcolm Jones
Malcolm Jones
11 months ago
Reply to  Cwm Rhondda

I totally agree with you they even stole money from the funds that was set up for the children of the Aberfan disaster to make the tips safe that had killed them hard to believe. i know but it’s true and the labour party were in charge of the UK government and labour party where in charge of Wales also in Merthyr Tydfil and they went and stole that money I’ve never voted for labour after that.yet the Welsh people still vote for them.so they know that they can S****T on the Welsh people and they will still vote for… Read more »

Marc Jacobs
Marc Jacobs
1 year ago

Poetry for a Monday morning

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