Former Sunderland striker James Vaughan has revealed that he will be retiring from professional football after an illustrious career with several clubs in English football. The former Bury striker is now set to retire from the sport at the age of 32 and has now given his reasons for choosing to make the decision at this age. Vaughan has revealed that it was a very tough decision to make but he eventually had to make it to venture into a different career path.

Although he was not a very prolific striker in his playing days, he was able to play for the likes of Norwich City, Everton, Huddersfield Town, Wigan, Bury Football Club, Sunderland, and Tranmere Rovers. He joined Bury last summer and was not able to impress at the club as he only managed to score just two goals in as many as 27 appearances. He then moved to Wigan Athletic where he also was not able to pick up form.


England’s League One side Bury have confirmed that they have completed the signing of Afghanistan midfielder Maz Kouhyar who is set to be a great addition to the team. The midfielder has signed from fellow league rivals Walsall after initially starting out his career at Coventry City. Following his exit from Coventry, he then moved to Walsall where he was able to make as many as 21 appearances for the club in the League One between 2016 and 2019.

However, he has not had the best of lucks with injury and missed over a year of action (18 months) due to an ACL injury he sustained. However, he has recovered from his injury and has returned to action this season. He has played in up to six games so far this campaign after initially making the bench against Woking on his debut.


Cheltenham Football Club have announced that they are glad to have been able to convince Chris Bussey to sign a new deal at the club. The defender has agreed to fresh terms and has subsequently taken a further step by putting pen to paper on a new contract at the club.

Hussey was signed from Premier League club Sheffield United back in 2018 and has played a huge role in helping the club become one of the best teams inthe division. Since joining from The Blades, the brilliant defender has featured in as many as 100 games for Cheltenham. The appearances have come in the EFL Cup, the FA Cup, and the League Cup respectively.

After Over A Year In Expulsion, Bury Goes Into Administration


Bury FC have confirmed that they are going to re-enter administration after spending more than a year being expelled. The club were thrown out of the football league entirely, but they are now recuperating after making moves to regain grounds by going into administration again.

The director at Inquesta Corporate Recovery & Insolvency Steven Wiseglass has been confirmed to have been appointed as Bury Football Club Ltd’s official administrator from today.



The Premier League made its long-awaited comeback on Wednesday after three months of break due to Covid19 global pandemic. The first match saw Aston Villa play out a controversial 0-0 draw with Sheffield United at Villa Park. It only took 41 minutes before the first controversy broke out.

At kick-off, all players took a knee in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. When play got underway, it was Sheffield United who looked to take control of proceedings early on. They dominated possession. It didn’t last long as it was Aston Villa who created the first notable opportunity. Dean Henderson was able to deal with Conor Hourihane’s effort.


Bury FC were expelled from the English Football League in August 2019, leaving the decades long loyal fans and new ones stranded on Saturday with no team to support. Many of whom have declared that seeing other teams play on Saturday has been a source of sorrow to them, they truly miss their beloved club.

The inability to provide sufficient financial ability was the reason that got the club expelled by the football league. The EFL required proof from the club that it could get the funding it needed to sort out its debts and that it would have enough money to be able to make it through the League One season.