Steve McKimm says Tonbridge need to look at new fundraising ideas to keep their squad together, Kent Online report.
There’s enough money in Angels’ 12th man fund to last into the new year but manager McKimm might have to lose players unless more money can be raised to support the budget.
Tonbridge sit second in the Bostik Premier, behind Dorking on goal difference, after a 4-0 defeat at Haringey on Monday night.
And McKimm knows it will be tough to keep up with the likes of Dorking given their spending power.
He said: “Dorking will be up there with the strength of their squad and they’ve got money to get other people in, so it’s going to be difficult.
“I’ve just seen some spreadsheets and our 12th man fund, which helps me keep a couple of players, runs out in mid-January.
“So we’ve got to get our heads together and think of other avenues to raise money.”
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