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Last Updated:  Saturday, 22 February, 2003, 22:13 GMT
Wycombe eleven face axe
Wycombe Wanderers could lose up to eleven players at the end of the season because of a cash shortage.

The players are out of contract in the summer and the club have already said not all of them will be able to stay.

Wanderers striker Andy Rammell fears he is one of the players who boss Lawrie Sanchez will not be able to keep.

"There's 11 of us up in June and we have to just wait for the gaffer to sort the finances out, " he said.

"It's out of our hands but I can only see it getting worse. We have to take it on the chin."

The 36-year-old admits it could be the end of his playing career if Wycombe let him go.

"There's no money and there's so much insecurity at a lot of clubs," he said.

"Clubs have to count all the pennies to see if they can keep players."

Sanchez has agreed to tell the players which of them will be forced to leave before next month's transfer deadline.

Wycombe midfielder Steve Brown will not have to worry about his future as he has just signed a one-year extension.

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