The PFA have told BBC Hereford and Worcester that they will apply pressure to the Southern League and FA to get wages paid to players.
Southern League secretary Jason Mills told H&W yesterday that 'unless something drastic happens' the league will accept the Bulls as they are. It is understood that, as previously reported, a bond has been placed with the league for the club to take their place.
The Southern League are yet to make a statement of proceedings at their AGM at the weekend. The last official statement on their website was from June 15th, and they have dumped their official Twitter feed. The Non-League Paper carried barely a sentence on the Bulls' plight or the AGM on Sunday.
Internet forum reports suggest several existing Southern League sides are disgruntled at the way the AGM was conducted in relation to the Bulls, but only a tiny number of the 68 clubs involved have made any reference to the meeting on their official channels of information.
The club's former players, and a number of staff, remain unpaid despite many receiving wage slips in the post over the past few days, while the planned meeting with Tommy Agombar arranged by a lone supporter failed to take place last night with fan groups refusing to attend.