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Presumably you've not heard what they sang about Muamba nor what they sang about Sir Nat? Did you not see the flag hung over the bridge on the M66? The vast majority of them are United or City fa

I've been researching the prospect of Bury & Bolton Wanderers thoroughly online.    Or at least that's what I'm telling the wife when she questions why BBW is appearing in my search hist

Fuck them, fuck their songs about Muamba, but most importantly fuck them and their songs and banners about Sir Nat. Fuck them. They can go into 'town' and support one of the Manchester clubs

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1 hour ago, radcliffewhite1 said:

Isle of Man team are in the south league 

There are two League Cup competitions so I’m sure they’ll magically end up meeting at some point. 

 

48 minutes ago, Ghana White said:

Didn't south liverpool win the league by a mile then kill themselves for ground grading? Seems pretty harsh letting bury in above them

Yeah, their season was null and void so technically didn’t actually win the league in the end. 

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7 minutes ago, Duck Egg said:

Football debts of £1.5m and overall debt of 10 times that amount.  A covenant on the ground that stops him selling it, for now.  Surely liquidation cant be far away.

Sad day.

Sad day indeed, but Wigan can fuck off and I wouldn't bat an eyelid.

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How was it ever an option? Bury FC doesn’t  exist, sadly, ie no ground, no money, no staff to speak of and obviously no manager or players. That’s why they created Bury AFC to join the NW Counties, how was it thought possible to resurrect the original Bury in the next month. Its not like new owners with money have come in, nothing’s changed. They were liquidated for a reason not so that they just return a year later a couple of divisions below.

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17 minutes ago, Johnnyrotten said:

How was it ever an option? Bury FC doesn’t  exist, sadly, ie no ground, no money, no staff to speak of and obviously no manager or players. That’s why they created Bury AFC to join the NW Counties, how was it thought possible to resurrect the original Bury in the next month. Its not like new owners with money have come in, nothing’s changed. They were liquidated for a reason not so that they just return a year later a couple of divisions below.

They haven’t been liquidated

the door is open for the 21/22 season 

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Fair enough I stand corrected, and yes I saw they can apply next year, but the point is nothings changed. They weren’t ready to play a year ago and they definitely aren’t now, unfortunately. I hope they can come back at a reasonable level though.

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9 minutes ago, Popeye doyle said:

I know it's kind of pointless now but I've had a few beers and I'm contemplating if we would have ever come back if we'd gone under last year. I reckon not.

If Anderson would of been running the show when this pandemic broke out absolutely no chance 

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My son was born in Bury, but brought up a Wanderer. My Grandson will be a tough nut to crack, with his other Grandad being a keen Citeh fan and decking him out in a team shirt. I will work the oracle to bring the young lad to his senses.

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8 minutes ago, leigh white said:

My son was born in Bury, but brought up a Wanderer. My Grandson will be a tough nut to crack, with his other Grandad being a keen Citeh fan and decking him out in a team shirt. I will work the oracle to bring the young lad to his senses.

City’s bubble will burst the Arabs fuck off oil industry is fucked 😀

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Despite going to school just up the road from Gigg I can think of only 4 kids from my year who were bury fans.

Of them 3 were also fans of other clubs and have followed them as they got older. The other one passed away.

There's just not the numbers of fans to support a league side.

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7 minutes ago, frank_spencer said:

Despite going to school just up the road from Gigg I can think of only 4 kids from my year who were bury fans.

Of them 3 were also fans of other clubs and have followed them as they got older. The other one passed away.

There's just not the numbers of fans to support a league side.

Where you go frank?

went derby myself 

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15 minutes ago, frank_spencer said:

Despite going to school just up the road from Gigg I can think of only 4 kids from my year who were bury fans.

Of them 3 were also fans of other clubs and have followed them as they got older. The other one passed away.

There's just not the numbers of fans to support a league side.

That’s slightly unfair. There are smaller clubs than them in league 1 and plenty in league 2.  It’s down to having a dodgy owner and over spending, very little to do with matchday income.

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29 minutes ago, radcliffewhite1 said:

Where you go frank?

went derby myself 

I made my secondary school debut at Derby school is 1986, goalkeeper. Won 2-0. From memory, I think it was also my last game so must have been shit despite the clean sheet

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