The fight to bring back football to Bury is still on with as many as three different parties submitting bids to complete the takeover of the financially-challenged club. According to the report released by the club’s administrator, the total number of interested parties who want to acquire possession of the club is six, but only three out of that number have moved to make their interest concrete by submitting bids
Bury Football Club suffered expulsion from the English Football League back in August two years ago (2019) right after a move to take over the club fell through. Since the expulsion incident, they have not yet gotten back into any football league with the owner switching the club into administration back in November last year. Read More
Barry Shuttleworth, a former professional football player who has represented clubs like Blackpool, Accrington Stanley, and Bury, amongst others, has established his business in Oswaldtwistle, his hometown after deciding to take up a profession that would make him work on the treatment table following his retirement from football.
He underwent a series of tests in sports therapy and massage rehabilitation and eventually attained his qualification to become a sports therapist.
Arsenal are said to be interested in the signing of Roma winger Justin Kluivet. According to Calcio Mercato the Gunners could use midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan as a potential makeweight to get a cut-price deal for the pacy winger.
Kluivert, 21, who ia tge son of formee Ajax’s legend Patrick Kluivert is highly rated within the Roma camp. Although the former Ajax wimger has not reaxhed the high level expected of him since joining the capital club, yet the club still has full faith in him, and they believe in his abundant ability to succeed at the top level.
Fans of Bury FC will be familiar with the name, Ryan Lowe, the charismatic manager who led the Shakers to promotion from League two to league one. Lowe led Bury to second place finish in League 2, the fourth tier of English football, gaining automatic promotion in the process.
The dream to lead the team in league one, the third tier of English football was not realized as the club were expelled from English football league, the first to suffer the cruel fate in 27 years.
Bury FC needs to step up the fight to gain back their position in football league since the recent football league meeting saw their admittance to League Two lost out on bids. The club had put in a bid to play next season for the English Football League; the proposal that they provided was that the club is allowed to come back to the second league or be readmitted. The proposal was put forward to the member club meeting of the English Football League. The meeting comprises of 71 members and as per the rules and norms, their bid was not successful.
The club had been struggling to keep its position and there had been a plan for takeover so that the club can be renewed. However, the takeover bid did not work through. There have been supporters who came up with a plan to help Bury get a re-entry in League Two. The bid was even supported by the Mayor of Greater Manchester and local MPs. However, there is more support required as EFL made it evident when they considered the terms of the proposal.
Newly promoted League One outfit Bury have been served with notice by Manchester City to vacate their Carrington training base. According to reports from England this notice was given to the club after claims of neglect by Manchester City over the state of facilities.
The Citizens had rented the Shakers their training facilities since 2014 when the club moved to its new training ground. However, Bury have failed to hold their side of the bargain which stipulated that the buildings and pitches be well maintained
Cambridge United have been struggling all season but have provided a six-point cushion between themselves and the drop zone. Ahead of their clash away to Bury Cambridge coach Colin Calderwood has confirmed that Brad Halliday is likely to miss the clash.
Halliday had missed the last clash against Crewe on Tuesday as a result of injury but has now contracted an illness. This sickness is likely to disrupt the fullback recovery from his injury.
Forest Green Rovers head coach Mark Cooper felt his team were robbed following their narrow 2-1 loss against promotion rivals Bury at the New Lawn.
Cooper’s team were in full control of the first half, taking the lead early on through Reece Brown’s fierce strike. The Forest Greens totally dominated the first 45 minutes as the Bury players were struggling to get out of their own half.
Ryan Lowe’s side, on a cold evening in Bury, barely stuttered as they did well to see of Cheltenham 4-1 to extend their unbeaten run in the league to six matches.
Nicky Maynard was the cream of the crop for Bury, smashing in two goals to secure the win to improve the club’s chances of promotion back to League One.
League Two giants Bury FC will be welcoming Newport County AFC to Greater Manchester as Bury look to strengthen their positive form.
Having only lost once in their last nine league appearances, the Greater Manchester outfit are a tough opposition for Newport. The Shakers are unbeaten in their previous five matches, and have been able to rack up an impressive nine points since September 29th.