FANS of Wrexham FC have taken up the challenge thrown down by the club's managing director John Reames in last week's Mail.
He told fans if they wanted to stay at the Racecourse they needed to suggest something that had not been considered by the board and it seems they may have done just that.
Wrexham Independent Supporters Trust has suggested redeveloping the Kop stand and incorporating a block of luxury apartments for sale.
The 140 flats plus stand would cost £12 million to build but with each flat selling for around £119,000 the block would generate about £16m.
The plan was presented to a meeting of fans at the Miners Institute on Monday night and most were in favour. Chairman Alex Hamilton had originally asked for the meeting, then failed to turn up alleging security fears.
'It went really well,' said fan Tim Edwards. 'The institute was packed, standing room only.
'The new plans, submitted by Trust member and property developer Charles Wardle, were received well and I think we are going to present the idea to the club.
'We are also holding a march through the town on August 7, the opening day of the season against Swindon, to present the club with our petition, which 11,000 people have signed up to now, showing the strength of feeling surrounding the club and its survival.'
Meanwhile, if the future of Wrexham FC lies away from the Race-course ground it will be at one of six sites unveiled this week.
There are six sites in the frame for the proposed £9 million new stadium chairman Alex Hamilton wants to build.
He hopes to raise £13 million from the sale of the Racecourse, leaving enough money to clear the club's debt and build the new stadium.
However, there is still strong opposition from fans who are determined to remain at their traditional home.
Last week in the Wrexham Mail the club's managing director, John Reames, told the fans they would kill the club if they continued to oppose a move as it is the only way to generate the necessary funds.
He also asked anyone with a suggestion that solves the club's problems and enables them to stay at the Race-course to come forward.
The six sites believed to be under consideration by the board are:
Farmland opposite Stansty Park, Wrexham's training pitch and home to Lex XI.
Farmland adjacent to the junction of the A534 off the Wrexham by-pass between the Llanypwll link road and Old Chester Road towards Gresford.
Wrexham Rugby Club's Bryn Estyn Lane ground. The two could ground-share and Wrexham Council could continue its plans to improve road access to the industrial estate.
The Brymbo Steelworks site which is currently being levelled and decontaminated.
Disused industrial land at the Rhostyllen junction of the Wrexham bypass.
Land next to the A525 Wrexham-Ruthin Road, beyond the former Lego building.
Mr Hamilton hopes to build an 11,000-seater stadium, although the club is still reluctant to confirm the design publicly.