While the Bulls continue to strive to meet Conference demands, Salisbury and Macclesfield are also facing their own challenges.
With the Bulls having had an extension to, what Dennis Strudwick called, an unextendable deadline it appears that - when it comes to financial problems - there is safety in numbers.
With three clubs facing issues at this AGM, the Conference would have been in a deeply embarrassing position of facing the prospect of dispensing with a trio of clubs if it chose to stick to the harshest interpretation of the rules.
Fans at both the Silkmen and Whites report that their staff and players are also yet to be paid. The Silkmen are on the verge of a takeover, led by Associate Director Andy Scott, which is still to complete while the Whites announced the completion of a takeover by Moroccan businessman Mr.A.S.Outail M.Touzar yesterday.
His first move was to announce the signing of Prince Khalid Bin Bader Alsaud. Claimed to be a Saudi Prince, the teenage midfielder signed from Bromley, with the Conf South side's fans struggling to identify him from anything but a couple of brief reserve team outings.
Players and staff continue to be unpaid at the club, with club captain Brian Dutton the latest to be reported to have walked out due to unpaid wages following Jamie White's defection to Bristol Rovers.
A club spokesman confirmed to the local press that no players had been formally registered yesterday, with it later being confirmed that the club is under a transfer embargo. Manager Mikey Harris is also on holiday.