WELL, no one said it was going to be easy.
It wasn't. And we've still got the small matter of selling the club to go as well.
But, finally, we've managed to wrest control of the ground from our beloved owner Alex Hamilton. On Tuesday the Appeal Court came to the only sensible conclusion and handed ownership of the ground back to the club.
We are whole again, and once more we are a fantastic proposition for potential buyers.
But now there's a tricky bit - selling the club to someone who's going to have its best interests at heart.
Everyone knows you're not going to make money from a small League Two club, so whoever wants us is going to have our assets - such as the Racecourse and Colliers Park - in mind as they make the bid.
That's just the fact of life, there is no knight in shining armour ready to ride in, pay off our debts and fund a promotion push.
Instead it will be a trade off between what the new owner can do for us, such as stability after years of pain, and what they will want to do with the land, such as redeveloping the Racecourse and beyond.
While we're not out of the woods yet, there should be a big thank you to all the fans who worked so tirelessly to expose Hamilton's plans.
However, while we had great news on Tuesday, it's just a shame the team couldn't make it a day to remember on the pitch.
How many times have we been in the lead away from home, just to throw it away?
It's getting to the point when I didn't cheer when we went ahead on Tuesday because I just knew the other team would at least get back to draw.
The loss at Macc seriously hit our promotion bid, I don't think we'll make the play-offs now.
It's a shame because we are good enough to go up.
There's nothing special in this division and if we could have put on a run away from home, we'd have walked it.
But we'd need a bigger budget in League One, so maybe it's best to regroup and come back stronger when we have a new owner.