I FEEL it is totally unfair of the Daily Post to imply that the Wrexham supporters failed to give Guterman enough time. He has been given an endless amount of time.
He had only just bought himself another six weeks with yet another "refinancing package" and again the majority were prepared to give him the benefit of the doubt. For the last two years we have constantly been told about imminent plans for big developments and so forth and seen absolutely no evidence of any progress being made.
The only evidence we've seen is of Guterman's poor record. Of the club struggling. With players not being paid and heating cut off and members of the board being sacked and not replaced, etc.
Peter Taylor, HEREFORD
THE fans need to be told the truth concerning the situation at the Racecourse.
Guterman obviously knew he was leaving, so why did he recently look to buy the ground? Does Hamilton have the money to invest in new players? Did Guterman ever feel anything for the club? We need answers.
If the intention of these businessmen is to take Wrexham down the same road as Chester, then it's time the football authorities stepped in.
Dave Taylor, HOLYWELL
IF this doesn't show people that the Dismal Jimmy was right, then I don't know what will.
It's not the end. This is just the start as we now have an owner who wants to move us away from the Racecourse into a tin-box stadium.
Hopefully all the fans of the club can come out, even the stay away ones we need you know more than ever, and follow the example of York City and save OUR club.
Patrick O'Donnell, ST HELENS
I THINK your coverage of the Mark Guterman exit from the Racecourse has been a disgrace.
The majority of Wrexham fans were not prepared to give him the benefit of the doubt at all. My father used to be on the official supporters club committee. He would turn in his grave at Mark Currie's report on Friday.
I'm ashamed our local media cannot report the truth.
Matthew Williams, ADDRESS
IT was all bound to end in tears. At least we've been kept informed about what has been happening through your pages. Many fans don't want to get involved in protests, but of course they want the club to survive. Let's hope the people in North Wales keep the club alive come what may.
Mark Evans, LLANFAIRPWLL
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