Ryan Reynolds has described co-owning Wrexham AFC as the “greatest experience of my entire life”. The Hollywood star was in attendance as his club nearly secured a historic FA Cup upset against Sheffield United, drawing 3-3 with the Championship side, who stole a draw in the last minute. “Genuinely speaking it has been the greatest experience of my entire life,” Reynolds told the BBC.
The Reds have won just once in six matches in all competitions since the turn of the year and were dumped out of the FA Cup by Brighton on Sunday. Back at the scene of a 3-0 Premier League thumping a fortnight ago - which Jurgen Klopp described as the worst of his managerial career - Liverpool looked destined for at least a replay after Lewis Dunk's lucky strike cancelled out Harvey Elliott's opener.
Former New Zealand rugby player Campbell Johnstone has become the first All Black to publically come out as gay. The prop, who played three Tests - including two against the British and Irish Lions in 2005 - made the announcement on Monday, saying he had been “living a lie” and leading a “double life”. “If I can be the first All Black that comes out as gay and take away the pressure and the stigma surrounding that issue, then that can actually help people,” Johnstone said of his decision to come out.