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Wrexham star Paul Mullin to overlook League One begin after surgical procedure


Star Wrexham striker Paul Mullin is ready to overlook the beginning of the brand new season after present process “minor spinal surgical procedure.”

Mullin can even miss Wrexham’s summer season tour to the U.S. and Canada that may see the Welsh membership, owned by Hollywood actors Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds, play Bournemouth, Chelsea and the Vancouver Whitecaps.

Wrexham mentioned Wednesday that the 29-year-old Mullin had surgical procedure in London in the course of June to right a long-term lower-back and hamstring subject.

He has scored greater than 100 objectives in three seasons at Wrexham, which gained promotion to League One — England’s third-tier — in April. That was back-to-back promotions for the group because it was thrust into the highlight following the funding by its Hollywood homeowners. It’s two tiers away from the Premier League.

“The membership’s three-time, back-to-back prime scorer and participant of the season has managed the harm by conservative therapy following three years of concern,” Wrexham mentioned in an announcement. “Nevertheless, throughout low season coaching it turned evident that this strategy wouldn’t be capable to proceed and, following a number of consultations, it was decided that surgical procedure can be the easiest way ahead.”

The membership mentioned the surgical procedure was “to make sure he’s match for almost all of the 2024-25 marketing campaign.”

Wrexham begin their league season on Aug. 10 after they hosts Wycombe Wanderers.

Wrexham are the topic of the globally streamed documentary collection “Welcome to Wrexham.”

Info from The Related Press was used on this report.