Bray Wanderers look to be a club in turmoil at present, following the events of recent days.
The Seagulls have enjoyed a promising start to the season, currently placed third in the League of Ireland Premier Division table.
However, this has come at a cost.
In a strong statement from the club on Friday night following the sale of Dylan Connolly to Dundalk, the club bemoaned the lack of supporters showing up at the Carlisle Grounds each week, as they had hoped that an upturn in on-field fortunes would lead to more bums on seats.
However, this has not proven to be the case.
On Sunday, things went from bad to worse for the club, and it appears that their short-term future is in doubt as the players are unsure of where their next paycheck may come from.
This morning the players at @BrayWanderers have been advised money only to cover next week & they can all speak to new clubs about leaving.
— PFA Ireland (@PFAIOfficial) July 2, 2017
The developments of the next few days will certainly be interesting.