Llanelli have to put financial concerns to back of minds
CRISIS club Llanelli will aim to put their off-field problems to one side when they take on Bala tomorrow (2.30).
If the players were not paid today they will have gone two months without wages.
Players who have not been paid were due to meet this week to discuss their situation as the club struggle to overcome mounting financial problems.
Llanelli have until Sunday to sort out these issues, otherwise they look set to fail Uefa's financial fair play test for the second quarter. Having also failed in the first quarter, it would mean they are not allowed to play in Europe next season.
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Manager Andy Legg has admitted he is seriously considering his position, while assistant Steve Jenkins is also believed to be close to quitting.
Legg has revealed many of his players are in severe financial difficulties.
If the layers are not paid for three months, their contracts become null and void, meaning they would be free to leave and sign for rival clubs.
Llanelli have already been hit with a transfer embargo by the Football Association of Wales so there is a risk they will be unable to fulfil remaining fixtures.
Despite the off-field turmoil, Legg's side managed to win 2-0 at Aberystwyth last Saturday.
Bala arrive at Stebonheath Park fresh from an impressive 3-0 win over Carmarthen.