"We tried to sign some players on non-contract terms, we had five players to register," he added.
"The FA told us on Thursday night don't bother sending them in because there's an embargo on the club.
"They said that you can't sign any more players because you've already registered 30, of which 15 or 16 were players that John [Beck] had signed on contracts for trials. They never even played for the first team.
"We fought all day Friday, all the way up until 12 o'clock at night and then early this morning we were told there was no way we can sign players.
"And at the bottom of the email that we got it says 'we'll fine you if you don't put out a team'."
The club's major shareholder Imraan Ladak
after Ritchie Jeune had seemingly replaced him as chairman.
However, caretaker boss Doyle admitted he is yet to meet Ladak face-to-face.
"I've never met him in my life, I had one phone conversation with him six weeks ago asking how my job was," Doyle said.
"I got a text message through asking me to be caretaker manager.
"In life, if plan A doesn't work then you go to plan B or C. But we don't seem to have a plan B or C.
"There are some lovely people here but I can honestly say I can't see what we can do about this.
"I don't know if we will be able to put a team out again. I can't sign any more players, one of them got a knock and one of them said to me he doesn't want to play any more, so that's us down to eight."
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