Very shortly after it seemed that all was well again at Bray Wanderers, a statement has been released by the players expressing their dissatisfaction with the claim from the club chairman that funding has been secured.
They have also set a deadline for the required assurances to be given.
Dennis O'Connor revealed in a statement "that within the past week funding has been organised to fulfil the remainder of this season and into 2018."
However, the main bone of contention for the players is the lack of detail with regard to where the funding was coming from.
"We had a very busy week and are now in a better place because the call was answered by people in County Wicklow and South Dublin," added O'Connor in the statement.
The players revealed tonight that they were given assurances this week that have not been fulfilled.
"At a meeting on Tuesday, club chairman Dennis O'Connor agreed to allow our union, PFA Ireland, assess any potential new investment and confirmed that any such investment would be bonded and secured.
" The chairman has today stated that investment is now forthcoming but we have received no bonding, security, guarantee or even details as to where it has come from."
The players would also appear to be displeased with the way that the FAI have dealt with their concerns.
"Our union has also written to the FAI licensing department where it has sought similar confirmation of such concrete guarantees but we receive [sic] no substantive reply, merely correspondence to say that they are again monitoring the situation."
The players close by issuing the club and the chairman with an ultimatum.
"In view of the events of the last six days in which completely contradictory and confusing statements have been made by the club, we do not feel confident about our future with the club.
"As a squad, we feel this is not enough to guarantee our commitment for the rest of the season and beyond so we are therefore giving the club a deadline of close of business, Monday, to provide us with the appropriate information together with the promised guarantees and security.
"If these are not received, we will examine all options available to us ahead of the next fixture against Cork City."