Former staff and players are again awaiting news of payments hitting their bank accounts today after being told they will arrive by Tommy Agombar and Andy Lonsdale.
With the clock ticking on the Southern League's deadline for payment, a string of football creditors were told over the last two days that funds would arrive in their accounts on Tuesday or Wednesday.
However some football creditors have heard nothing at all from the club intensifying frustration at the lack of communication from the new regime, with anger at the broken promises of payments overflowing.
The Insolvency Practitioner handling the CVA process has told some of the football creditors that they will not be part of the CVA deal, with the CVA offer still to be sent to creditors.
The trialist side went to Leeds to face Besiktas in a hired minibus and some cars, and took to the field in used kit from seasons past - some carrying the Football League logo - with the game receiving limited coverage in the English press, most of it bemusement at the game's existence against the plight of the club.
With little evidence that the influx of money that Agombar had promised weeks ago has actually arrived, the situation remains grave at Edgar Street.