The dockers were relegated from the Kenyan Premier League at the end of the 2011 season and are now contemplating life in the country's second tier.
They will likely have to make do without some of their key players, as most are likely to leave and make a return to the top flight, if the opportunity arises.
Top on the rumoured to be leaving list is Tanzanian goalkeeper Ivo Mapunda, with AFC leopards mooted to be his destination and Shedu knows the loss of his influential keeper might be bad for the club.
Spiral out of control
-It is a bad situation for us, because we cannot deny players the chance to leave, if they are going to play in the KPL. It is not realistic.
-We would like to keep them all in the team, because if we do so, next year we can get back into the KPL for 2013 season. However, we cannot stop anyone, really.
-If players like Ivo leave, it will be a blow and the rest of the team might break up, if someone important goes away. We hope for the best, but accept we are not in a position of power, he told Futaa.com.
Shedu is due a meeting with the club hierarchy, regarding the club's plans for next season.