Football League side Wrexham will face Manchester United in July in the United States, in a mega tie for the team pushing to make League 2.
The National League leaders will take on the Premier League side in San Diego on Tuesday, 25 July at Snapdragon Stadium.
As most people know Wrexham are co-owned by Holloywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.
As they announced the fixture they would be facing United in the USA over the summer on a zoom call to Ferguson.
Stole the show
However, it was Sir Alex Ferguson who stole the show.
As the sketch goes on the pair, unaware they’re on mute, begin to suspect the Scotsman’s playing “mind games” when he doesn’t respond to their questions. Reynolds even jokes he’s “living in our heads rent-free” as the silence continues.
Kevin Keegan knows all about it!
Boss Phil Parkinson said: “We’re looking forward to being able to play in the United States for the first time in the club’s history. The match against Manchester United is sure to be a memorable occasion.
“The tour will be an excellent opportunity for us to prepare for the 2023-24 season, and the match against Manchester United will be a competitive fixture and a good test for us as we look ahead to the new campaign.
“We enjoy welcoming supporters from the US to the Racecourse Ground, and we’re looking forward to being able to play in front of some of these new fans on American soil in the summer.”