WREXHAM'S fate was linked to Wales' this week.. Oh dear.
While Tosh's boys lost too much ground in the race for the World Cup, so did we in the battle to stay up. Results seemed to go against us on Monday - which we had to take off because some of our players were helping the under-21s take on Austria - and Sky Sport's Jeff Stelling wasn't my favourite person for telling me so.
It also seemed that an awful lot of ex-Wrexham players combined to make it especially hard for us to overcome our 10-point deduction and stay up, something I see Cardiff have managed to do with the help of the PFA this week.
They've managed to escape administration - and hence the loss of points which would certainly have sent them down - by getting the PFA to pay the wages they can't afford. I'm glad the 10-point deduction is there to protect spendaholic football clubs who think Alan Lee is worth £900,000, and is instead ready to punish clubs so poor they have no option but to go into administration
Anyway I digress. On Monday a goal from former Dragon Chris Killen moved Oldham 10 points ahead of us.
That was hard to take, but not as hard as keeper Matt Baker producing a fantastic display to help Milton Keynes Dons to a 1-0 win, which put them eight points clear.
It was galling because Baker didn't need to leave. When the Dons came in we didn't get a fee and Andy Dibble, injured twice since, was just coming back to fitness.
Baker wasn't the best keeper in the world - he used to make good saves and then palm the ball back into danger - but shouldn't have been given to our relegation rivals. Denis doesn't make many mistakes, but this was one.
Lastly, our beloved owner has got his financial lackeys to tell us we should all remortgage our houses if we want to buy the club.
I've had enough of him. Please take note of our home sponsor, Hamilton.