WREXHAM FC boss Alex Hamilton last night vowed not to sell the club to fans unless supporters who protested out-side his luxury home were named and shamed.
The Cheshire-based property developer claims mail was stolen from his Halebarns home during a peaceful demonstration last month by the fans.
It included details of his Majorcan holiday, and he alleges fans bombarded him with abusive phone calls during his half-term break in the Balearics.
Last night he said: "Unless these Luddite terrorists who stole the mail are identified and arrested I'm doing nothing.
"They rang me and my family at the hotel in Majorca, having obtained the information of my whereabouts by stealing documents sent by the travel agent."
Wrexham Supporters' Trust members met Mr Hamilton on Monday to outline proposals to buy out his 78% majority stake in the League One club, together with the freehold of the Racecourse.
Mr Hamilton said he was impressed by the fans' presentation and would now take professional advice before considering a response.
"I will be seeking a valuation of my interests in respect of the football club and my role as landlord of the Race-course, both as a football stadium and as a site for potential housing development, and will be getting back to the trust when that has been done."
But he added: "If Wrexham Supporters Trust wish me to co-operate with them they need to identify these socalled fans, who concealed their faces and have continually harassed me and my family.
"But I don't scare easily and this minority have done incalculable damage to the prospects of Wrexham FC. I'm full of admiration for the vast majority of the club's supporters but they need to publicly condemn such actions and ensure the necessary information is forwarded to the police."
Mr Hamilton also called on supporters to lobby the Wrexham branch of HSBC Bank, which has frozen the club's current account. He said the £140,000 lodged in the account was earmarked as part-payment to the Inland Revenue for an outstanding tax bill for nearly £900,000.
A WST spokesman last night said the organisation supported the right to protest but condemned any form of lawbreaking.
"Furthermore the Trust would not hesitate to expel any of its members if they engaged in any unlawful activities."
* A CALL for an assembly statement from sports minister Alun Pugh on the future of Wrexham FC was rejected yesterday. Plaid Cymru AM for Carmarthen East Rhodri Glyn Thomas, who called for a statement, said he had spent his younger years on the terraces at the Racecourse Ground.