HOW many people in life appear to have absolutely no redeeming features?
There are people you don't like, but there's always someone to stick up for them.
"They're not so bad, you've just got to get to know them," they'll say.
But has anyone ever said that about Alex Hamilton?
This guy is loathed by every fan I know, and it doesn't seem to bother him one little bit.
Soundbite after crazy soundbite, he doesn't look like giving up taking his money back from the club.
At the end of the day he bought the club to make money and that's what he'll attempt to do - not sell back to the fans at cost price..
For now, he'll keep control of the club until what he perceives as the "right" offer comes in. The sort that's going to net him a few million quid. That may come from a certain Mark Guterman, though not without the council's help.
So why doesn't he save himself a lot of hassle and put the club into administration?
Well, up until now the behaviour of the Wrexham fans has been committed, but generally good-natured. Do that and he opens up a whole new can of worms.
So what's going to happen now? Hamilton will probably still own both the club and the ground until someone comes up with enough money to buy him out. He won't be bothered working with fans groups to redevelop the Racecourse. At the end of the day it's cold, hard cash that will make him leave.
And what does that mean on the pitch? The commitment of Denis Smith's men on Saturday was unbelievable, especially from the likes of Darren Ferguson, who many thought would be the first to leave the sinking ship.
Apart from Saturday, the wages have been paid on time. If pay-days start being missed regularly that will spell real trouble. Players have mortgages that need to be paid too. But if the board continues to get the wages out, we can keep triumphing through adversity.