THERE may be a few regular readers of this column who wonder whether I'm not a bit of a fraud.
I will be only be moving into double figures for attendance at Wrexham tomorrow.
Mind you, this might yet bring a further major boost to the bare Racecourse coffers as I'm considering naming a Law family line-up that includes my eldest daughter and my Dad.
Let's hope this formation brings more luck than the last time I tried it at home to Bournemouth.
Speaking of formations, I was interested to see that Denis Smith changed his for the first time in a long while last Saturday.
Given the lack of goals being scored, 3-4-3 was an understandable experiment.
Given the relative failure of the experiment, I now suggest something a little more revolutionary.
I would like to see us play 2-3-5 tomorrow. Furthermore, I suggest we play all the defenders up front, and the forwards at the back.
This will confuse the opposition, who will be well-drilled in our usual tactics.
We will have two quick lads at the back to constantly catch Grimsby forwards off-side. And at the other end the sight of Pejic, Carey and Lawrence all bearing down on them will terrify the opposition.
Once we get a couple of goals up, we can then turn the team around to adopt its more traditional look.
I think the time has come for a little "blue sky" thinking as far as home games are concerned, particularly as there seems no prospect of the club following that other revolutionary route - ie, bringing in a new player.
Every other near-bankrupt outfit seems to have managed a loan signing or two, and most seem to have scored against us. What price a goal for Isaiah Rankine tomorrow?
My attendance at matches may be patchy but I try to do my bit in other ways, including contributing to WINS every month.
But with so little sign of any reinvestment, I'm beginning to wonder whether I shouldn't remember that it was launched as the Beer-A-Week fund and spend the money on a pint instead.