I'M anxiously keeping up with the ever-changing situation at the Racecourse. Earlier this week I got in touch with one of the club's directors to offer whatever support I can to help the club survive.
He put me in the picture about the efforts being made by the club and the supporters to keep things going, and it got me thinking there must be a lot of ex-Wrexham players around the country who would also want to help if they were made aware of the extent of the current problems.
It's an avenue worth exploring, and I'm equally sure that if a fighting fund was set up with the aim of raising a substantial sum of money to get the Inland Revenue off the club's back, the vast majority of people in and around the town would be prepared to make a donation whatever their financial circumstances.
I'm aware that Wrexham Supporters Trust have been organising collections and publicising Wrexham's plight in the town centre. They deserve to be congratulated for working so hard for the club.
But time is not on their side with the High Court date set for November 17, so for what it's worth I'm making a personal appeal to all Daily Post readers to rally round the club, which is an asset to the whole of North Wales, and to make sure that the future of the Racecourse is also protected from the threat of being bulldozed to the ground.
Without it, there would never again be the opportunity to stage a major rugby or football international match anywhere in Wales north of the M4.
Anyone who feels in a position to help can contact Wrexham's directors Dave Bennett on 07710 735604 and Dave Griffiths on 07818 041746.