There is good news for Bury FC

first_imgBury’s potential re-entry into the English Football League is being studied by the EFL following the team’s expulsion last week.Bury Football Club was expelled from the English Football League Two last week after the owner failed to sell the club.But today there seems to be good news for the century-old club.“We think this is common sense. We think it’s very positive and we welcome the news,” club’s general manager Scott Johnson said according to Sky Sports.Police will investigate fraud allegations at Bury FC Manuel R. Medina – September 3, 2019 According to the Greater Manchester Police, the department will conduct an investigation to see what happened at Bury Football Club.“What we’ll do now is prepare and move forward and assist Bury Football Club’s application to the Football Association.”“If we were to be relegated to League Two we would obviously still have the football league status and my understanding is that one of the buyers would still be prepared to purchase the club,” he added.“Of course, if we are re-admitted it does set a precedent, not just for Bury Football Club but any other club that does get into difficulty.”“Football is very reciprocal, you can get promoted or relegated and fall into difficulties and it is important that everyone is looked after in the football family going forward,” the director concluded.last_img read more