With little definite news on any investment/takeover coming out of Edgar Street, it's difficult for anyone to be certain of what is going on. But one thing is for sure, the publicity is doing the club no good at all. And today's news that Dan Lloyd-Weston is not going to take up the offer of another contract partly because he hasn't been paid hasn't helped.
HUST vice-chairman Martin Watson spoke to BBC H&W earlier this afternoon.
"We have been talking to a few of the players, just finding out what they knew, have an exchange of information.
"But we are all left in the dark.
"For any business to treat their employees that way is very very disappointing."
Andrew Easton then asked Watson to explain the significence of only being 48 hours from D day.
"On Monday morning, June 2nd, Martin Foyle our former manager is bringing a winding up petition against the club.
"The club would have to respond to that Friday afternoon, they could run to the Courts on Monday morning with a bag of cash but realistically it's to be done on Friday afternoon.
"Again in an interview a couple of weeks ago in the Hereford Times, chairman David Keyte said that the Conference would require a budget by May 30th, so Friday again.
"So we're looking at Friday as quite a pivitol day."
Easton then asked Watson is it anger, frustration, disappointment, sadness?
"It's all of that and more
"Since the Aldershot game David Keyte has been talking about two potential investors and over the last ten days or so that seems to have become one potential investor.
"We want a bit of closure, we want something definite.
"All these ifs and buts isn't doing us any good.
"You don't know what's going to happen."