AS this is the final column of the season, I'm going to take a gamble and risk incurring the wrath of Denis by peddling some destructive stuff.
So, if you're an eternal optimist who feels we're looking forward to a bright future at the Racecourse, then it might be better if we say our farewells right here at the end of the second paragraph.
On Saturday I was at York City, Denis Smith's first managerial appointment, as they got relegated to the Conference. That came after the club was led to the brink by two previous owners.
On Sunday, I was at Barnsley, now being run by Peter Ridsdale. As he watched his current club, his former club were being relegated at Bolton leaving Leeds fans now more concerned than ever about the future.
Today, Bradford City supporters will be hoping the club's creditors can agree plans to keep them afloat.
Denis wonders why fans and some reporters seem to be obsessed with the financial problems and relatively uninterested in the way the team is playing.
Well, I refer him to all the above. It's all right for him isn't it? Wrexham is just another entry on his CV, he can go and find himself another club, as fans we simply don't have that option.
It's not that the manager is cushioned from the harsh realities of our financial crisis. He knows he's likely to lose most of his squad this summer. Players will leave for clubs where they might get paid on time and where there might be hot water for a shower.
The manager has spent much of the season criticising the people of Wrexham for not really caring about their club but I suspect that many will prove tomorrow afternoon just how much they do care. The demonstrations, though, are aimed at Mark Guterman, not at Smith.
The manager's done his bit by keeping us up, now the chairman has to show some sort of interest in the long-term well-being of a club he claims to love.