I COULDN'T get to Wrexham's game against Bristol City on Saturday but I managed to catch up with the television coverage the following day and I have to admit the scenes almost brought a tear to my eye.
A terrific crowd obviously whipped up a fantastic atmosphere and the backing Wrexham got from supporters of clubs up and down the country was just as impressive.
Living here in the Midlands means it is difficult for me to keep right up to speed with exactly what's going on and what has happened in the past to bring the club to its knees.
But the comments of fans who were interviewed brought home to everyone watching at home just what the club means to so many people.
Their views also made me realise the depth of bitterness there is against club chairman Alex Hamilton - obviously a man whose has shown very little interest in the club itself, just the property around it.
The question I keep asking myself is how on earth was he able to buy the club in the first place?
I think it's fair to say that Wrexham would not have found themselves in this mess had his background been thor-oughly investigated.
But hindsight is a wonderful thing and the most important task now for everyone with the club's best interests at heart is to rally round and support any moves to take back control, not only of the club but the Racecourse as well.
It's going to cost money - which is why I was happy to make a contribution to the fighting fund - and it's heartening to know that fans, local politicians, the county council and even the Welsh Assembly are now on the case.
When the club and the ground have been saved, as I'm sure will be the case, much of the credit will be due to Wrexham Supporters Trust, who have put in a tremendous amount of time and effort in getting together a bid to buy the club and have been the driving force behind the whole campaign.
I'm told that they sold 6,000 Christmas draw tickets almost as quickly as they came off the printing presses and that another 6,000 will be going on sale in the next few days.
I'm sure there is an impressive list of prizes to be won but I'd like to add another.
I can provide a couple of tickets for the Manchester United v Birmingham City Premiership match at Old Trafford, on Saturday, February 5 - subject, of course, to a possible change for television.
Hopefully, the tickets won't be won by a Wrexham fan because any self-respecting Kopite will be following the Dragons to Walsall the same afternoon - an easy trip from North Wales.