REDUNDANCIES are on the cards at Second Division Wrexham as part of the club's battle to balance the books.
Former Lincoln City chairman John Reames, brought in as a management consultant by Racecourse chairman Mark Guterman, is on the verge of completing a report on his findings.
"There are really serious problems and I don't think I have ever seen a club that is so poorly run," said Reames. "There's no management information, even though the facilities are there, and there are no cashflow projections. The club needs an instant injection of cash and that's being organised, but there will have to be some fundamental changes."
Reames, who will be meeting staff next week to outline his proposals, added: "I've been keeping my head down for the last three or four weeks trying to get a clear and accurate picture of what the situation is.
"There are bound to be some changes in personnel, in numbers and in responsibilities, because the club is not operating properly.
"If there aren't changes, the club will continue to have these problems."
Reames met staff this week to inform them that in some cases their monthly salaries would again be paid in instalments - the fourth time this season they have not been paid in full and on time.
But he said a cash injection, currently being arranged, would help stabilise the club's finances.