Heartland players are not happy with the Imo State Government and have vowed that they will look for new clubs when the transfer window opens next week.
The players are owed allowances and sign-on fees since last season and the state government is not bothered about doing something for the players to get their money.
The recent N60 million that the State Government announced which they are yet to see has also spurred them in making the decision to leave.
Some of the players told Goal in anonymity that they have suffered untold hardship since the season started, even though they have made the state proud in recent times.
"There is no need wasting our time, praying and thinking that all will be well when everyday it gets worse. We cannot feed our families.
"The owners of the club also make sure they cajole us to play and win matches. We don't look forward to anything because we don't know where our next meal will come from.
"That is why we have decided that the best thing to do is to look for a club that will appreciate our efforts. Nobody is happy. Nobody wants to remain with the team.
"Already some of the players have started negotiating with other clubs and before the end of next week, they would have moved.
"We learnt the state government approved N60 million recently, but up till now nobody has told us anything about the money.
"Somebody in govenment wants a cut from the money before it is released, but would that same person come and help us receive tackles and score goals in matches?
"Inspite of what we are going through, we have done well in the first half of the season. All we need is the state govenment to know that we need motivation to work," the players said.
Heartland are placed fourth on the table with 28 points.