Accrington Stanley chairman Andy Holt has continued his battle against League Two rivals Wrexham following his side’s win yesterday.

Wrexham took to X before the game on Saturday (November 18) to condemn Accrington’s decision to increase matchday ticket prices by £5.

They said due to the decision taken, they would reduce the price of their tickets for the return fixture in North Wales by £5 later in the season.

Stanley chairman Holt, who recently revealed the club is up for sale, did not take kindly to this, responding by saying “the last thing football needs is stupid mistimed statements.”

Following the game, which Accrington won 2-0 thanks to goals from Tommy Leigh and Rosaire Longelo, Holt continued to speak about Wrexham’s Hollywood owners, actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.

He said: “Accrington 2, Hollywood 0. I think Ryan Reynolds [@VancityReynolds] should cut prices by a tenner at Wrexham.

“Safe journey home folks.

“Get that on Netflix, Ryan lad.”

The game itself was also marred by scenes on the pitch after Accrington goalkeeper Jon McCracken had objects thrown at him.

Police said he was hit with lighters and vapes thrown from the ground’s Coppice End. He was uninjured, but it did lead to 10 minutes of stoppage time being added at the end of the game.

Stanley saw out the win despite Wrexham’s star man Paul Mullin hitting the crossbar with a penalty deep into added time.

The win moves Accrington into the League Two play-off spots on 29 points, four behind Wrexham.