Bury has hired a new boss in Chriss Bass who would resume with assistant Ryan Kidd.

Fans wold be delighted with the news which comes over a month from the sack of former coach David Flitcroft. The former manager failed to get a single win after 11 games in all competitions before his exit fro, the Sky Bet League One.

The interim manager Brass was confirmed as the substantive boss until the end of the term. Chris Sedgwick will remain as the manager of the feeder team.

“I am delighted to say that I have now appointed Chris Brass as head coach and Ryan Kid assistant head coach as, I believe, we have the opportunity to take the club forward from appointing from within.

“As I said, I wanted to reflect on where we are as a club and look at how we can improve and that goes as a business as a whole,” the club chair Stewart Day said.

Day added that there were several things he knew could be improved in the team, on and off the field. He said that was the reason he went with the choice as he felt they were capable of turning things around without usurping the balance in the team.

On the first team coach, he said, “Chris Sedgwick also retains his role as first-team coach,” before adding that his wish was for attractive football to win the club games

“I want us to win games, be successful, play attractive football and I also want performances from the team and both Chris and Ryan know what we are looking for as the winning culture needs to be within the club,” Day added.