Wrexham's playing squad are reported to be on strike after the Conference side pulled out of a friendly match tonight.
Wrexham issued a statement at lunchtime telling fans that their scheduled match at Colwyn Bay was off due to 'internal issues at the Racecourse', with the local press reporting a spokesman for the players saying they would not play after being told their wages would not be paid. Saturday's trip to Vauxhall Motors has also been postponed.
Wrexham's owners had previously added to their earlier statement that they had run out of money, saying that the club and it's Rugby League counterpart had cost them £4.5million in the last two years. Crusaders withdrew their RL Super League application earlier in the week and are expected to go bust.
So far this close season the football club have paid an undisclosed fee for striker Danny Wright, as well as offering Jack Midson a better wage packet than Wimbledon could offer, despite being is such a poor financial state.