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Friday, 15 August 2014

Bury set for life in Division Two

It's been tough times for Bury Football Club in the past 18 months after narrowly avoiding relegation in Season 9 with a miraculous recovery in the final few games. The same couldn't be said for last season as Bury succumbed to the drop with a shambolic effort shown in the final few games. Bury have always had a bare thin squad and nothing has changed since I arrived due to the low gate receipts meant we were always fighting off the taxman with a stick. I'm hoping the chairman pulls his finger out and increases the ground in the near future it would pay dividends if he did. So down to team talk and Bury have a starting 11 capable of challenging for promotion in this league without a shadow of a doubt it's whether we can rely on the squad players to put the shift in too. We will be looking to the loan system this year and to the larger clubs to see if we can borrow another player or two for the season. Leno,Garay and Remy will all sign new contracts at the club since we never received a bid worthy of taking in the close season, Remy's goals will be vital to us. So far three new signings have arrived but all are youth players Dom Poleon,Tyrone Mings and George Saville (no relation to Jimmy) All three are young English stars and we hope they can rise a few points at the club. Spanish Maestro Esteban Granero will be allowed to leave the club if we can find a suitable buyer as we really need cash to strengthen our flagging forward line. Bury look forward to welcoming Northanpton to Gigg lane on Saturday and we now look forward to seeing what Division 2 has in store for us. We will blog every game this season so you wont miss out on any Bury news.


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