The appointment of David Flitcroft as the head coach of Bury FC has proven to be the correct decision as the English manager was capable of guiding the League Two club into the 12th position after they were at the brink of being relegated. This occurred in the previous season and things have only been getting better for Bury as the club is now located in the top spots of the English League.
Neil Lennon was appointed as the head coach of Bolton Wanderers on October 12 but before the selection was made, David Flitcroft of Bury was one of the managers that were continuously being linked with the vacant managerial position of Bolton Wanderers.
Whenever Flitcroft was asked if he was taking into consideration making a move to the Championship League club, the English manager quickly denied all of those rumors as he ensured fans of Bury that he is going to continue in his current position for the long run.
Before David Flitcroft had taken up the coaching position at Bury FC, he had been sacked by Barnsley and the Englishman explained just how big and important it was for him to coach another club as he pledged his future with Bury FC.
“One thing the Bury fans know I am about is loyalty. I was in a dark place before I came here. When you get sacked as a manager from your first job it is a tough experience to take and I don’t think I really reflected on it until after keeping the club (Bury) in the division (last season).
“I really do love coming to this place to work, I have got a fantastic staff and a fantastic group of players, so I am just enjoying working for my chairman and the board because they are good people,” Flitcroft added on.