THE phoney war has started in earnest.
After the euphoria of the court case and the few days in limbo, owner Alex Hamilton has made his move and now we have wait again for another resolution.
He has decided to appeal the High Court's decision which handed control of the Racecourse back to Wrexham FC and gave us a rare piece of good news last Thursday.
Well, you just knew he would, wouldn't he?
You can imagine him seething in his Cheshire home when the verdict came in, knowing that he should have sold up for a reasonable price when he had the chance.
He didn't. Instead he chose to deal with time-wasters and go for the maximum profit. Once the administrators saw an opportunity to wrestle control of the Racecourse, they took it and we're all thankful they did.
Now Hamilton won't leave it there. He may be liable for the costs of an appeal, but he just couldn't let it lie.
There's no way he'd let the Wrexham fans party in the streets without trying to get his own back - you could imagine him trawling the Internet sites, reading first-hand the jubilation and vowing that he'd get the ground back in the end.
Now we go to another round of court hearings, praying that our judiciary system backs the ruling of Justice Norris.
Let's hope on this occasion that the law is not an ass.
You'd have thought that last Thursday's ruling would have galvanised the players and pushed them on to some promotion run.
You'd have been wrong. We just seem to be gifting goals to opposing teams at the moment - and it's got to stop.
The last-minute loss to Bristol Rovers was particularly sickening, but at least the lads showed character by wrestling a point away from Peterborough on Tuesday night.
Saturday should have been - and perhaps will be - a party time for supporters as we take on Darlington in the first home game since the verdict.
Let's show Alex Hamilton that our resolve is stronger than ever to remain at our home since 1872.