NorthLondonStag wrote:It says on the bbc that they are going to consult with the other clubs about whether Bury can come back into League Two next season.
If that did happen presumably we would be back to two relegation spots from League Teo
NorthLondonStag wrote:It says on the bbc that they are going to consult with the other clubs about whether Bury can come back into League Two next season. If that did happen presumably we would be back to two relegation spots from League Teo
Tippy Tappy Football wrote:I would impose a sliding scale for points deductions for every month that wages are not paid within 7 days of the due date but I would also have automatic relegation for every team that has not paid its players and staff in full within 14 days of the end of the season including promoted sides (relegated teams demoted two levels).
adamstag wrote:Another option we discussed is any new owner has to pay a set period of months wages (say 3-6) upfront into an account to cover for such eventualities
After Bury’s expulsion from the Football League last week following huge financial problems, Pete Winkelman says MK Dons are losing £10,000 per day to run the club...
Johnny Rotten wrote:After Bury’s expulsion from the Football League last week following huge financial problems, Pete Winkelman says MK Dons are losing £10,000 per day to run the club...
https://www.miltonkeynes.co.uk/sport/fo ... obKnRN0jEA
Son Of Sherwood wrote:Source BBC Sport: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/49586279
Mental health support offered to club's suffering fans
Bury FC fans struggling with the demise of the club are being offered mental health support sessions on the NHS.
A mental health service run by the Pennine Care NHS Trust wants to help supporters with "emotional distress or upset" following the club's expulsion from the English Football League.
Bury played "a big role in many people's lives", said Bury Healthy Minds service manager Liz Woodings.
"Strong emotional reactions are completely understandable," she added.
"It's normal to feel very upset in circumstances like this because it's such a big loss to our local community and identity.
"It's important to take the time to look after yourself when you're feeling down or struggling with feelings of grief or loss."
The wellbeing sessions take place in Bury Town Hall on Friday, 6 September.
Bury were expelled from the EFL on 27 August after a failed takeover bid by C&N Sporting Risk.
The EFL has said it will discuss the club's future with its member clubs following some calls to reinstate the Shakers in League Two next season.
My Response... Go take 2 paracetamol, lie down in a dark room and recall your "glorious promotion season" last season when you knowingly cheated 4 other clubs out of automatic promotion. Hopefully that will help take the pain away!
Jimstag wrote:Disagree with some of these comments, if a fan needs help with mental state following this then they clearly have a problem and need help. It’s probably a sign of something deeper if this is the thing that gets you.
adamstag wrote:No, no and no.
Flout the rules and suffer the consequences - obviously it's sad for the fans but this can't be allowed to happen.
The club should be passed out of the football league as per their original decision and allow the conference to decide what to do with them.
Now that it's been established only 1 side will go down this season If the EFL were to reinstate Bury who's so say the team finishing 23rd wouldn't take league action - they'd be perfectly entitled to do so.
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