Bury, believe it or not have not (yet) gone bust but have been expelled (rightly) for being a complete basket case.
Grizzly is still infecting the place and I no longer have a bleeding clue what will happen to us.
I very much doubt it any time soon but some interesting developments there.
The cowboys who provided Day with all the dodgy loans have gone into administration
However, the Maltese pension fund who actually provided Capital bridge with the money appear to still have a charge on the ground (how...
Besides we now have AFC Bury ready to rock with monthly membership just started, first week 400 plus members at £5 per month (membership of the trust running the club) we will be back and as TA says most are happy just to be able to go to a game even if its pub league.
I live in a small hamlet of 14 houses in Scotland. Only 9 are permanently occupied and mostly with elderly residents. There is NO bus service and we are 18 miles from the nearest supermarket (empty). You would not want to meet 1 or 2 of my neighbors on these single track bendy roads (I find...
In the opinion of a lot of Bury fans he was hand picked to ensure the accounts (the real ones) are buried so deep a forensic investigation is impossible
Hope he gets C19 with his ‘health issues “ that should rid us of the parasite for good
Otherwise up the AFC
Start asking questions and start fighting this can of worms now
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27 minutes ago, giggabyte said:
If they know he “helped bring Steve Dale to Bury” then they really don’t need to know any more than that.
Don't be so certain...we...
It’s time to talk about Matt McCarthy. A man who helped bring Steve Dale to Bury and is now heavily involved at Charlton alongside @MattSouthall84 at The Valley, Training Ground and in the Directors Box. What is his role? #cafc