Bury soon to be buried.

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Bury soon to be buried.

Postby AlcoholBrazil » Thu Aug 22, 2019 3:05 am

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/49414602


Going down the Non-League vortex. Following the old Hereford United, Chester City , Crazy Gang Wimbledon .
They may bounce back in another form. An Aldi or Lidl will probably built on their stadium land.
Just walked down to the petrol station and bought a pack of tungsten-tipped screws ...never gonna use them...............never gonna use them !

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Postby VeritasVincit » Thu Aug 22, 2019 8:28 am

AlcoholBrazil wrote:https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/49414602


Going down the Non-League vortex. Following the old Hereford United, Chester City , Crazy Gang Wimbledon .
They may bounce back in another form. An Aldi or Lidl will probably built on their stadium land.


Bury used, decades ago, to have one of the best drained playing surfaces in any of the leagues. Locals reckoned the inhabitants of the adjacent graveyard were drinking the water from the pitch.
In the great freeze-up of 1963, Gigg Lane was the only ground in the region to be playable. It never froze up. The terraces were another thing. The wind whictled down from the open end [from the north-east] and it was bitter. I tried to drink a cup of Bovril and the liquid was blowing away from my lips!.
I'll be sorry to see them disappear. Bury, not my lips.

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Re: Bury soon to be buried.

Postby AlcoholBrazil » Thu Aug 22, 2019 8:46 am

The type of Northern town that inspired Lowry . The cloth-capped rattlers making their way to the highlight of their week before
return to t' mill or factory on Monday morning for another week of graft . Aye lad ! What became of their ilk.
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Postby VeritasVincit » Thu Aug 22, 2019 9:19 am

V ery appropriate. For the first 3 years of my life we lived a hundred yards from Lowry.

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Re: Bury soon to be buried.

Postby theleader82 » Thu Aug 22, 2019 1:14 pm

It’s a shame the Neville brothers haven’t helped them out . They’re bury lads
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Postby VeritasVincit » Thu Aug 22, 2019 1:18 pm

theleader82 wrote:It’s a shame the Neville brothers haven’t helped them out . They’re bury lads


They could probably buy the club between them Although now thye might have some problems as they are joint owners of another league club. Are they allowed to invest?

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Postby delboy1983 » Thu Aug 22, 2019 1:30 pm

Accrington Stanley went bust in the 60's resurrected and now are in League 1.
Bury can do the same.
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Postby Carlos J » Thu Aug 22, 2019 3:47 pm

Accrington Stanley, who are they?
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Re: Bury soon to be buried.

Postby Zambo » Thu Aug 22, 2019 4:16 pm

It's way past time some of the money was filtered down to div 1 and div 2 clubs, but only those who have acted with responsibility. It sounds like Stewart Day was a fucking clown though unfortunately.
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Re: Bury soon to be buried.

Postby Devondevon » Thu Aug 22, 2019 4:31 pm

How did they get into financial trouble in the first place?

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Postby ToRmAtO » Thu Aug 22, 2019 4:36 pm

VeritasVincit wrote:
theleader82 wrote:It’s a shame the Neville brothers haven’t helped them out . They’re bury lads


They could probably buy the club between them Although now thye might have some problems as they are joint owners of another league club. Are they allowed to invest?


No.

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Postby VeritasVincit » Thu Aug 22, 2019 4:58 pm

Zambo wrote:It's way past time some of the money was filtered down to div 1 and div 2 clubs, but only those who have acted with responsibility. It sounds like Stewart Day was a fucking clown though unfortunately.


That seems to be the general opinion in the area.
One player, who hadn't been paid for months, had an argument with him on the local radio. I didn't hear it but the reports said that Day was dismissive, and wouldn't even accept that the players needed the money.

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Postby shivah » Thu Aug 22, 2019 5:21 pm

VeritasVincit wrote:
Zambo wrote:It's way past time some of the money was filtered down to div 1 and div 2 clubs, but only those who have acted with responsibility. It sounds like Stewart Day was a fucking clown though unfortunately.


That seems to be the general opinion in the area.
One player, who hadn't been paid for months, had an argument with him on the local radio. I didn't hear it but the reports said that Day was dismissive, and wouldn't even accept that the players needed the money.


That wasn't Day, that was Dale, the current chairman who has basically asset stripped what was left of the club after the previous regime.

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Re: Bury soon to be buried.

Postby shivah » Thu Aug 22, 2019 5:21 pm

ToRmAtO wrote:
VeritasVincit wrote:
theleader82 wrote:It’s a shame the Neville brothers haven’t helped them out . They’re bury lads


They could probably buy the club between them Although now thye might have some problems as they are joint owners of another league club. Are they allowed to invest?


No.



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Re: Bury soon to be buried.

Postby VeritasVincit » Thu Aug 22, 2019 8:10 pm

shivah wrote:
VeritasVincit wrote:
Zambo wrote:It's way past time some of the money was filtered down to div 1 and div 2 clubs, but only those who have acted with responsibility. It sounds like Stewart Day was a fucking clown though unfortunately.


That seems to be the general opinion in the area.
One player, who hadn't been paid for months, had an argument with him on the local radio. I didn't hear it but the reports said that Day was dismissive, and wouldn't even accept that the players needed the money.


That wasn't Day, that was Dale, the current chairman who has basically asset stripped what was left of the club after the previous regime.


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