BURY LOSIIN ON NEW MANAGER

Bury are closing in on the appointment of former Everton forward Paul Wilkinson according to reports from England. The troubled club have been in search of a manager head of the season but have been rejected by several managers to their uncertain financial situation.

The League One outfit are in a major financial mess with the club facing a winding-up petition from the tax authorities in England.  It is understood that Bury had contacted former Oldham manager Frankie Bunn but failed to make an agreement with him before turning to Wilkinson.

BURY NEW FOUND RESOLUTION KEY TO PROMOTION RACE

Bury have continued to confound expectations as the League two 2nd placed team have continued their brilliant run of form. Bury are yet to lose in the League in 2019 and recently defeated Stevenage away 1-0 to keep their title challenge on track.

Sitting five points behind Lincoln City Bury have no chances of a slip-up with nine games remaining in the season.  In their last game against Stevenage, the players had to contend with the physicality displayed by their opponents which was evident from the opposition manager match notes.

FOREST GREEN FALL TO LATE DEFEAT

Bury showed character once again for the third consecutive time in the Sky Bet League One as they completed a comeback against Forest Green Rovers, after falling behind in the first half of the game.

Striker Reece James grabbed the equalizer late on in the second half before Nicky Maynard snatched all three points for Bury. Forest Green manager Mark Cooper felt his team should have won the game, saying that he feels ‘robbed’.

JAY: THIS IS THE BEST OF ME

Bury midfielder Jay O’Shea feels he is finally showing Bury fans the stuff he is made of, thanks to the management of head coach Ryan Lowe.

O’Shea arrived the club in the summer of 2017 from Chesterfield as one of the most promising signings, just after helping Sheffield United to League One promotion while on load at the Blades.

NEWPORT MANAGER HOPES NO PLAYER IS INJURED AHEAD BURY CLASH

Newport County AFC manager Michael Flynn has told journalists he hopes to have a clean bill as his team plays Bury FC on Tuesday.

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The coach said he hopes “two or three” players are back from injury for the trip to Greater Manchester following a 4-1 defeat to Crawley Town.

Oldham Hold Bury 2-2

Oldham Athletic were able to force a draw away from home when they met with Bury over the weekend. The relegation threatened side managed to score two goals against their guests but they could not hold on to the lead. Oldham pulled one back and a late effort from Ben Pringle ensured they got a share of the spoils.

The exciting first half of the game saw the determined hosts go two goals up courtesy of Jay O’Shea and Neil Danns. Before the break, Oldham Athletic, who are determined to stay as far away as possible from the red zone, pulled one back through Craig Davies. They fought hard and got the late equalizer, leaving Bury frustrated. The results see Bury remain bottom on the log while Oldham are far from utmost concern of relegation.



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