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. Read More
Bury FC played their 14th league match of the season on October 18th as they faced off with AFC Wimbledon in a match that concluded with Bury FC losing 1-2 and this was the 5th successive league loss in the team of David Flitcroft.
Flitcroft is the coach of Bury FC and he believes that in order to help the current situation of the club, the senior players have to step it up. The 42 year old English spoke to the press after his side lost against AFC Wimbledon and he said:
‘’I have brought some very good, experienced players to this football club but it was the likes of Niall Maher who really stood up in the 2nd half and that was excellent but I’m not wanting Niall at this stage of his career to be outstanding, I want my experienced players to stand out in those moments’’
‘’I’m massively disappointed that we haven’t learned something from all those defeats, drawn a line in the sand, seen the game out for a point, and then we could have built on from that. Second half was better for us because we found a rhythm’’ David Flitcroft of Bury FC said.
English League One side, Bury have lost another critical encounter as the season keeps getting worse for the team.
The outfit currently in 15th position having garnered 57 points from 45 matches prosecuted hoped to end the League One season on a high but fell to a straight third defeat in the hands of Chesterfield.
Chesterfield confirmed their place in League One next season with an emphatic victory over Bury. Jay O’Shea opened the scoring from the penalty spot after Cian Bolger had blocked Gary Liddle’s run into the box. In first-half stoppage time Lee Novak’s 25-yard strike deflected in to double the hosts’ lead. Bury’s Danny Mayor wasted a clear chance to pull one back before Dan Gardner finished off a classic Chesterfield counter-attack to seal the win for the hosts
The match was a 50 – 50 but with Chesterfield having more shots attempted. Chesterfield had 16 with only six being on target while Bury could only manage five with just two hitting their targets. Chesterfield enjoyed more corner kicks while Bury fouled more on a ratio 11:9. The loss leaves Bury in Chesterfield in 18th position with 53 points from the same number of games as Bury. Read More