"From what I've heard, I don't think we'll get paid any more. It depends on what happens to the club for next season.
"There's about five or six players but about five or six other staff members that are being let go.
"I really feel for the boys who have got families to look after and mortgages to pay. It's really disappointing.
"The transfer window for free agents closes on 31 March in Scotland and 27 March for clubs in England, so it's a bit of a rush now for everyone to try to find a club and get sorted for next season.
"We're all trying to get dispensation from Fifa."
But world football's governing body has told the Scottish FA that any Gretna player who wants to sign for another club must make an application through that club's national association.
Defender Collin could now join Championship outfit Barnsley.
But redundancy raises a question mark about forward Bingham's loan at Cowdenbeath, while defender Paartalu is at Stirling Albion and Birch and Tait at Newcastle Blue Star.
Innes, who had helped Gretna rise from Division Three to Scotland's top flight after leaving Dundee United, has been linked with First Division Morton.
"I've had three and a bit fantastic years at Gretna, but now I'll have to look for pastures new," said the 31-year-old defender.
Gretna had on Tuesday agreed to release midfielder Fabian Yantorno, who had been their best player this season until he suffered injury in January, because they could no longer afford his medical treatment.
Community coaches Kevin Somerville, Darren Edmondson, Paul Menlove, Ross Murray, David Bradbury and Kenni Dinnell were axed on Wednesday morning.
Innes had earlier accused the administrator of doing a U-turn after last week saying that contracts would be honoured until the end of the season.
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