Having been forced to sell off many of their bigger names and higher earners over the summer, it should come as little surprise that Panathinaikos are struggling to make ends meet of late.
Indeed, the Greek club have even announced that they are planning to move out of their current home at the 70,000-capacity Olympic Stadium in Athens and back to their old haunt (they originally moved out in 2008) at the altogether more austere 30,000-seater Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium in a bid to cut down on their rent bills.
Before that though, Pana will have a few debts to take care of, with Olympic Stadium president Petros Galaktopoulos - who heads the state-run company that the club rent their current home from - chasing them up for unpaid rent and utility bills.
Galaktopoulos, however, has a suggestion. In an open letter to Panathinaikos, the Greek Super League board, the Greek Football Federation and to Greek cable television channel Nova, he requested that all of the club's fixtures from now on be scheduled for daylight hours in a bid to save on the club's mounting electricity bill:
"Due to financial difficulties, Panathinaikos has not met the minimum financial obligations towards the stadium," Galaktopoulos' letter read.
"For this reason, please consider the matches of the club to take place in the midday hours so that Panathinaikos not be charged for extra electricity, thus simultaneously increasing the amount of the arrears to the stadium."
Damn. You know things are getting tight when you can't even find 50p for the lecky meter on a match night.