WREXHAM fans have strenuously denied harassing club chairman Alex Hamilton by phone as he lay in hospital after brain surgery.
The Dragons' managing director John Reames even claimed one caller pretended to be Mr Hamilton's son.
But like other phone calls supposedly made to Wrexham FC's owner after his surgery on Tuesday, there was silence on the end of the phone.
However the harrassment has provoked outrage from Wrexham fans - despite being angry that the soccer club's chiefs are considering selling off the Racecourse ground and moving to another stadium to get rid of £2m debts.
Lyndsey Jones of Wrexham Supporters Trust said he was disgusted, insisting none of the fans battling the proposals would have stooped this low.
"He was taken in on Tuesday morning and had neurosurgery," said John Reames. "But there have been certain low life who call themselves Wrexham supporters who have been making telephone calls to his bedside.
"I find it disgraceful that they can make these sort of calls. I accept that it can go with the territory, but for people to do this, when he is in hospital, is disgusting.
"They just say nothing when they get through to him. Somebody even said they were his son. My door is open for fans to come in and discuss issues. This is just totally unacceptable."
Mr Reames said a system was in place to ensure it did not happen again.
But he would not say what hospital Mr Hamilton was at for fear of further calls to his bedside, which have upset his family.
Mr Jones said: "I am absolutely outraged by this story. This is so far beyond what any Wrexham fan who is against the plans would do."
Wrexham Official Supporters Club chairmen Carroll Clark said even under the current climate this sort of behaviour was not acceptable.