If you have fluid all over the ground and no clutch, it is about 99% certain that you have a brake fuild leak. The clutch and the brakes share the same resevoir and the clutch doesn't work either because it lacks fluid, or because hydraulic pressure is being lost due to the leak. The car needs to be put on a lift and inspected. It may help to have someone push the clutch in while someone else looks for the leak.
In any case the car should NOT be driven any farther than absolutely necessary because with this condition you could lose all brake function at any moment.
its not drivable atm, i have 0 pressure in the clutch, brakes though seemed to still function ok, just quick testing..
Also seems like there may be the same leak at the back of the car near the rear dif... not full sure though
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