A WREXHAM fan last night vowed to remortgage his home to continue the fight against a gagging order on tapes he secretly recorded.
Kenny Pemberton's legal bills are soaring towards £21,000.
Former Wrexham FC chairman Mark Guterman took out an injunction to stop the contents of the audio tapes coming out.
Mr Pemberton said: "The only reason we wanted to bring the tapes into the open, was to show the people of Wrexham, the Football League and the Welsh FA the truth behind the Wrexham saga.
"Why should our team be deducted 10 points when they have done the job on the field? It was off the field where our problems lay and these people should be paying the penalty not Wrexham FC."
Mr Pemberton, of Haverfordwest, slammed the legal system. He claimed it favoured richer people, allowing them to financially break the poor before a case is heard.
Mr Pemberton said his legal battle fund was doing well but needed boosting.
Rock band The Declan Swans will perform a gig at Wrexham's Cent club on June 2 to raise cash.
Mr Pemberton added: "Today I am liable for £14,100 worth of costs.
A large chunk I have already paid. I will, if needs be, remortgage my home. I cannot let these people shut us up because they do not want the truth to come out."
The secret tapes are being investigated by police.
Wrexham detectives will take advice from the Crown Prosecution Service tomorrow to see what action, if any, can be taken.
They seized the recordings at Liverpool High Court on April 22 as Mr Guterman and 42-year-old Mr Pemberton's legal teams prepared to argue their cases over the injunction. The hearing was adjourned until May 27.
Talks are continuing to find a buyer for the club who can take over from controversial owner Alex Hamilton.