Martin Foyle, manager of Conference Premier strugglers Hereford United, has insisted that his entire squad must leave the club at the end of the season, as his side continue their ongoing battles on and off the pitch.
Crippling debts could lead to administration as soon as next month and with results on the pitch far from satisfactory, it has been a season to forget for Bulls manager Foyle.
And after Tuesday's 2-0 defeat to Wrexham, Foyle knows that his players will be playing elsewhere next season.
"They all know the situation that none of them will be here next year. They've got to play for themselves. They've got families to look after and bills to pay so they've got to go and play football," Foyle told BBC Hereford and Worcester.
"We can't blame the club's predicament. It's about themselves- they've got to give it their best efforts. Five out of the 11 are not good enough and if there were changes to makes, they would have been made by now," he added.
Hereford, who were in the Football League only two years ago play Barnet on Saturday looking for three points against the promotion-chasing Bees.
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