WREXHAM chairman Mark Guterman has urged fans to be patient for news about the club's future after refusing demands to address their concerns concerning his proposed purchase of the freehold of the Racecourse.
Wrexham Independent Supporters Group (WINS) wanted him to clarify details of the multi-million pound deal.
Last week Guterman, the club's majority shareholder, revealed he had reached an agreement with Manchester-based property company Damens Ltd to buy the freehold.
The deal is due for completion in mid-June but fans are still worried about Guterman's stewardship.
WINS spokesman Rob Griffiths said: "The protest at the Brighton game showed that large numbers of fans have serious concerns about the way the club is heading.
"If the chairman is to restore confidence in his ability to safeguard the future of the club answers are needed urgently to questions concerning the freehold to the Racecourse and related financial issues."
In response Guterman said: "I said last week that the full details would be revealed when the deal is completed in the middle of June and that remains the case."
The five questions to which WINS is seeking answers are:
What is Mr Guterman's business relationship with Alex Hamilton, a shareholder in Damens Ltd?
If the freehold is purchased from Damens Ltd, who will purchase it - Mr Guterman, Wrexham AFC directly, or another company?
What advantage will this purchase confer on Wrexham Football Club given that the club already holds a secure 125-year lease with a "peppercorn" rent (as negotiated by previous chairman, Pryce Griffiths)?
How is a purchase of this magnitude possible given the club's reported difficulties in paying players on time, cash-flow problems and existing debts?
Does Mr Guterman have any plans to consult the club's shareholders before signing up to such a deal?