WHO really is concerned about what's happening on the pitch at the moment?
It's sad, but football has taken a back seat. Even though I wasn't able to go to Blackpool on Tuesday night, as the result filtered through I just sighed. No temper tantrums. No swearing fits. Placid as a mouse.
There was no point getting upset as there are bigger fish to fry. Thinking about how we are going to stave off the threat of liquidation is the real concern at the moment.
After chewing on that bone of contention, just when you thought things couldn't get any worse, they did. Chester City stick their noses in and attempt to unsettle our best players.
I wouldn't shed many tears if Hector Sam did leave for pastures new - it seems a shoo-in that he will at the end of the season anyway. But losing Dennis Lawrence and/or Steve Roberts would be a disaster.
The saving grace for us this season has been our ever-dependable defence.
It's been solid, and that's down to star men like Lawrence and Roberts. If they go, things are likely to implode. Players will start to fear for their futures.
Denis Smith bemoans his injury crisis, which seems to be the only thing he's been able to do over the past few weeks. But then put it into context. He'd be delighted to have the same crisis next week, he said.
It would mean we still had a club.