The pair had been there to look at Wrexham AFC in particular person for the primary time since taking 100% management of the membership again in February.
McElhenney, the co-creator of “It is All the time Sunny in Philadelphia,” and Reynolds, star of “Deadpool,” made an preliminary £2 million ($2.77M) funding into the Welsh membership.
Sadly, the night did not fairly go to plan.
After falling 2-0 behind early on after which having a person despatched off, Wrexham seemed set to provide an unlikely comeback that would not look misplaced in a Hollywood script.
Nonetheless, Maidenhead’s numerical benefit ultimately took maintain as the house aspect scored the profitable purpose halfway by the second half.
“We did not need our first win to be away anyway,” McElhenney wrote on Twitter after the match.
“Congrats to @MUFCYorkRoad on a tricky sport. See you at Y Cae Ras,” he ended, the Welsh identify for Wrexham’s dwelling stadium, The Racecourse Floor.
The pair solely have to attend till Saturday, when Wrexham hosts Torquay United within the Nationwide League.