Bury’s hopes of being readmitted to the Football League as a League Two club next season have been dashed.
Police have started a fraud inquiry into the cash crisis that ultimately led to Bury’s expulsion from the EFL.
Bury will survive in some form because football belongs to the people. And the people are strong.
Bury are almost certain to be liquidated after having their EFL membership revoked on Tuesday evening.
Former Bury director Joy Hart believes the club’s battle to preserve their EFL status is “looking fairly positive”.
Bury have been given extra time by the English Football League to prevent their expulsion from the league.
Bury fans face an anxious wait to hear if their club has been saved after a possible 11th-hour sale.
“If there’s anything we can help them with…” It’s not footballers they need, Ole.
Too many clubs are suffering the devastating effects of bastard owners. The real fit and proper persons are the fans.
The chances are that you’ve heard something of Bury’s plight. But how has it been allowed to get so bad?