18/19 - Bury (H) Match Thread

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06 Apr 2019 18:29 #51 by munchymagic
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Bluedazblue wrote: I've been saying for weeks that Simpson should get a run out, even if it's only for the last 30 minutes. Today illustrates perfectly how a traditional centre forward can change the game.

He forced the defender to concede the corner then recycled the corner to set up the winner.


What - you mean the job that Bennett does but only miles better than Simpson, maybe we should sign him from Morecambe?

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06 Apr 2019 18:30 - 06 Apr 2019 18:31 #52 by Markovitch
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Thought it was going to be 3,4 or 5 one at half time but huge credit to the players. First half was the usual crap but they really dug in, in ghe second half. O'Hare ran miles, Etuhu won everything, Parkes dominated his space, Gary Miller shut down the right channel and Hope ran and harried despite some poor finishing. Let's see the same spirit again next week at Stevenage
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06 Apr 2019 18:55 - 06 Apr 2019 18:56 #53 by CCU
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Urban Designer wrote: Simpson assist - people remember Scunthorpe & Port Vale but that has to be the greatest come back!


A good comeback? Yes. But nowhere near Scunthorpe levels ffs!

Win or Lose, Up The Blues!
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06 Apr 2019 19:01 #54 by Waltero
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We won that's what counts.shit officials as usual, I hope the club appeals the red card.
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06 Apr 2019 19:05 #55 by The Archer
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munchymagic wrote:

Bluedazblue wrote: I've been saying for weeks that Simpson should get a run out, even if it's only for the last 30 minutes. Today illustrates perfectly how a traditional centre forward can change the game.

He forced the defender to concede the corner then recycled the corner to set up the winner.


What - you mean the job that Bennett does but only miles better than Simpson, maybe we should sign him from Morecambe?


Well Bennett can’t now get into the Morecambe team, so they’d probably gladly send him back...

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06 Apr 2019 19:20 #56 by CCU
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Waltero wrote: We won that's what counts.shit officials as usual, I hope the club appeals the red card.


Sadly it was a Yellow (Second) so no go?

Win or Lose, Up The Blues!

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06 Apr 2019 19:24 #57 by NORTHERNSOUL
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munchymagic wrote: Amazing how a win can put a smile on your face on a Saturday evening, especially in the circumstances as if I were a Bury fan I would be livid.

Just like the Swindon game I will take a flukey win every time but harsh to criticise Mullen as he is probably right and Pressley will revert back to form next week.

Even Kavanagh and Gregg won the odd game so lets not get carried away but at the same time enjoy tonight :)


Get yourselves over to the Bury MB Much fun to be had i promise you

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06 Apr 2019 19:27 #58 by NORTHERNSOUL
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lummy8 wrote: I’ve been in teams who have not been paid and played against many who have not been paid,it’s very rare for that to affect the performance.If anything it enhances you.

There was a hell of a lot wrong but there was loads to like as in spirit,O’Hare.

Let’s enjoy it tonight!


Lummy Read the interview with one of thems wives in the Bury paper and you.ll see how affected they are by it because clearly, they know what I do that this isn't just a case of a months wages being a few days late.

Mind you I hope every single Carlisle player was in their ear with it for every single minute of the game.


Yeah heard the same, also a meeting about forfeiting bonus payments - imagine being put in that position.

We won today, yes enjoy, but means nowt if you don’t follow it up.


Its a whole lot worse than that Mullen they.ll be very lucky if they even start next season Load of Bury fans are off round to Stuart Days house on their way home apparently.

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06 Apr 2019 21:35 #59 by flumeblue
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None of the Bury fans I talked to in the pub after the game are going, Barry.
Please add the news report of the action at Stuart Days house this evening on here via a link. Thanks in anticipation.
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06 Apr 2019 22:13 #60 by munchymagic
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At the end of the day it was a great day at the office, I wouldn't have fancied us 1-2 down at half time to get a draw, rather a good spanking was on the cards but luck was on our side and Adam Collin was on top form.

Not many times will you pull that trick off, that was a special one :)
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06 Apr 2019 22:53 #61 by newcarlislefan
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What an absolutely fantastic game of football.
Forget form, formations, tactics and false 9s and don't analyse the video tape on Monday morning.
That today was just bonkers and wonderful and stunning.
I've just got in and and am drunk without having had a drink.
Brilliant, just brilliant stuff.
What a game.
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06 Apr 2019 23:51 #62 by munchymagic
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newcarlislefan wrote: What an absolutely fantastic game of football.
Forget form, formations, tactics and false 9s and don't analyse the video tape on Monday morning.
That today was just bonkers and wonderful and stunning.
I've just got in and and am drunk without having had a drink.
Brilliant, just brilliant stuff.
What a game.


Glad that you enjoyed the game pal - onwards and upwards :)
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07 Apr 2019 06:14 - 07 Apr 2019 06:33 #63 by NORTHERNSOUL
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flumeblue wrote: None of the Bury fans I talked to in the pub after the game are going, Barry.
Please add the news report of the action at Stuart Days house this evening on here via a link. Thanks in anticipation.


Who said anything about a news report ?

The lads I talk to from Bury are real fans the ones who drove Day out and from what they've said the latest tosser won't be far behind him after what he said and did this week unlike you and your bunch of Trust [censored] who won't lift a finger to rid us of the cancer that is Jenkins and co but can i ask do you all take it in turns to stick your dicks up his arse or is true that you're his favourite and always get first dibs ?

I very much doubt the lads you were talking to were anything to with it unless of course, you're a closet former member of the BNP.

But hey if you are and you're taking the Trust way to the right that can only be a good thing. Why not get in touch with the Football Lads Alliance maybe they could arrange for Tommy Rob to come to a match and help with your next recruitment drive.
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07 Apr 2019 09:06 - 07 Apr 2019 09:09 #64 by newcarlislefan
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munchymagic wrote:

newcarlislefan wrote: What an absolutely fantastic game of football.
Forget form, formations, tactics and false 9s and don't analyse the video tape on Monday morning.
That today was just bonkers and wonderful and stunning.
I've just got in and and am drunk without having had a drink.
Brilliant, just brilliant stuff.
What a game.


Glad that you enjoyed the game pal - onwards and upwards :)


I'm still buzzing about it now!
I have to say at half time I was really frustrated and down with the 1st half.
Despite a much better end to the half, we looked a bit lost and looked almost shellshocked at times.
You could see the confidence was low and I was left scratching my head at the some of the stuff.
Bury tired as the half went on and Devitt & O'Hare got into the game more but when Jones was sent off I thought that was it
I honestly thought then that at the end people would be streaming out way before the final whistle, 3 or 4-1 down and that the team would get booed off.
Just goes to how how much I know about the game!
Etuhu coming on made a massive difference, I thought, and the equalizer rocked Bury a bit.
It's funny really playing against 10. We did it against Wycombe last year - were 3-2 up against 10 men and they get 2 late goals to win and you're left wondering, "how on earth did that happen?"
Clearly Collin was MOM but I have to say I thought Tom Parkes' preformance was immense. Absolutely immense. Clearly running on empty towards the end of the game yet still throwing his body on the line.
Callum O'Hare was just superb as well, I thought. What a brilliant attitude he has for a player of his ilk. Talk about work rate and doing the ugly stuff.
I think that when the dust settles on the performance there'll be a lot to mull over and clearly one swallow doesn't make a Summer.
But whatever your view on the club, the players or the manager, at the end of the game yesterday you walk away from the ground thinking what a brilliant game of football that was.
And for me being very new to the club and from a far off land I can't help feeling just a little bit Cumbrian for 90 minutes on a Saturday afternoon.
What a game.
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07 Apr 2019 09:18 #65 by nobbyblue
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Never enjoyed a game as much for a long time. Two of the saves from Collin were brilliant to keep us in the game and we defended heroically at times second, on another day they might have scored six or seven.
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07 Apr 2019 09:25 #66 by 1954Blue
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Well, despite being outplayed for long periods of time ( financial worries certainly didnt seem to affect their players ) we defended resolutely in the 2nd half and it is a performance and result to savour for a long time - irrespective of what may or may not happen in subsequent weeks. That's football - up one week, down the next. You've got to enjoy the day. The villains of the piece were the ref ( never a 2nd yellow for Jones -it was right near us and he'd pulled out of the challenge ) Rossiter(?), who made a meal of it and the elbow by their player, I think it was Stokes, just a minute or two before Jones' sending off. It should have been a straight red.

Kelvin Etuhu a straight swap for Mike Jones next week. Although they are both defensive midfielders they can bring creativity and, when both available, I'd like to see them together in the team to see how that works - probably at the expense of Regan Slater, who has gone off the boil in the last few games ( 21 league games plus 11 as sub so a young lad starting to tire ).

Unfortunately, as mentioned above, a 2nd yellow so no appeal possible.
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07 Apr 2019 09:30 #67 by Bruntonpasty
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Adam Collin was top drawer today, MOTM by a country mile. I saw the overall game a bit different to some. We got a gift of a goal to get us going but the first half was very frustratingly poor in many ways. Last home game Jones was excellent, yesterday he looked off it and with that ref, his sending off was always coming. Second half there was a lot of commitment from our lads for sure but Bury should have been way out of sight, they pressed well but their finishing was dreadful. It wasn't a great performance by us that got us the win, it was a combination of Bury's lack of quality, a keeper inspired and in top form, and bit of grit and luck.

Thought the officials missed a lot and were, in general, of the usual low quality we've come to expect. How Stokes didn't even get a yellow for his assault on Miller is beyond me..................... Then he cards their No 6 for a pull on O'Hare which was probably correct, no consistency at all.

They don't like it up 'em!
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07 Apr 2019 09:36 #68 by 1954Blue
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Agree with that BP but dont forget Hallam Hope, who worked his socks off, missed two really good chances in the 2nd half before he scored.

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07 Apr 2019 09:41 - 07 Apr 2019 09:41 #69 by Bruntonpasty
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That's the problem with hope though, his conversion rate isn't good enough. He runs around a lot but you could never describe him as a physical presence. Misses too many good chances for me and gives away too many silly free kicks. I'm really not impressed with Thomas either, flatters to deceive, LAZY! He should watch Nicky Adams, quality balls into the box time and time again.

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07 Apr 2019 09:43 - 07 Apr 2019 09:43 #70 by CCU
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The same Thomas who set up O’Hare for the second?

Adams disappeared in the second half...

Win or Lose, Up The Blues!
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07 Apr 2019 09:57 #71 by Dazzyblue
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3 points on the board which is all that matters. Were we decent? Did we play well? No is the answer. As whoever posted above Bury if it wasn't for poor finishing could have and should have been out of sight by 60 minutes. They just about gave Carlisle the 3 points. 1st goal glaring slip which cost them a goal and 3rd goal... God only knows what they're CB was doing or thinking to give away corner that led to goal. Keeper was going crazy with him and I would be if I was one of his team mates too. Cost them the game. Standing thinking to myself at that point really how crap the standard of players and standard of league 2 is. These are professional players getting paid good money at that. It's simple simple stuff and they can't do it properly. Defensively Bury were absolutely shocking. How they were 3rd before playing today is beyond me but as said goes to show the crapness and quality of league 2.

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07 Apr 2019 10:36 #72 by Sammy Taylor
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After our early goal Bury took control by passing around us down either wing and we struggled to close them down, every time they put the ball in the area our defence was at sixes and sevens . We were coming more into the game in the fifteen minutes before halftime then we paid the price for failing to defend another cross into the area, then the sending off which was farcical .......In the second half Pressley reorganised the team well and as the game progressed you could see panic set into the Bury team as they missed chance after chance........The way and times we broke from defense was superb to watch with Devitt and OHare at the heart of it. In the end a thoroughly deserved win.!
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07 Apr 2019 10:46 - 07 Apr 2019 10:57 #73 by nobbyblue
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1954Blue wrote: Agree with that BP but dont forget Hallam Hope, who worked his socks off, missed two really good chances in the 2nd half before he scored.


I thought Hope had a great game. Two good saves from those two chances.

He gets a ot of unwarranted stick from some in paddock. Not sure what that's about. We've had a lot worse players than him!
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07 Apr 2019 11:28 #74 by Alan
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The state of this place at 1-2 down :-D

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07 Apr 2019 11:38 #75 by Laffy
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Hope would be a great player if he had two right feet as his left foot is nothing more than something to allow him to stay upright-shame.

A pity we couldn’t but O’Hare-I would build a team around that boy.

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07 Apr 2019 12:13 #76 by Bruntonpasty
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CCU wrote: The same Thomas who set up O’Hare for the second?

Adams disappeared in the second half...


Yeah, that one! imho, not very good. You disagree? fair enough...............

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07 Apr 2019 12:32 #77 by crunchblue
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Adams did not disappear in the second half. He set up what should have been a certain goal for them if they could finish.

Both their wing backs (Adams and Stokes) had less space second half due to our formation change and us sitting deep, but Adams in particular was still a threat when he got the ball.

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07 Apr 2019 13:50 #78 by AlbertRoss
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Incredible game, and shows why football is so popular. Anything can happen. Often uncomfortable to watch but wins like this are often the most satisfying against the odds.

Bury are a gung-ho team and they rely on taking their chances, they will always concede. First half we were dominated and pressed and outpowered at times and it looked grim after Jones got sent off. But maybe that helped as psychologically Bury might have fancied they'd got it in the bag. Still like the Alamo for a spell in 2nd half as we sat back deliberately but we defended heroically and Collin made some brilliant saves. Late in the 2nd half I started thinking that we were actually doing well to be still in it and people started believing that we could get something, and so it proved. Bury were very strong in many ways but flawed and error-prone too. You've got to give credit to players and management for the way they hewed a win out of this one.

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07 Apr 2019 14:35 #79 by Flatcap
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As a lot of others thought, we were outplayed for most of the first half and I thought it was all over when Jones got sent off.
The sending off of Jones forced Pressley to make a change at half time bringing on Etuhu for Slater.
With us being down to 10 men, Bury started to press forward more and went three at the back, especially so after we equalised. This allowed us more options on the break and when Simpson came on he forced a corner. We never won anything in the air upfront until that final corner and Simpson's header back across the box.

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07 Apr 2019 20:03 #80 by pacirv
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The guy looked offside for their first goal although it might have been the camera angle, also that was never a sending off offence for Jones. So all in all a the result was a fair one.

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07 Apr 2019 23:47 #81 by NORTHERNSOUL
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1954Blue wrote: Well, despite being outplayed for long periods of time ( financial worries certainly didnt seem to affect their players ) we defended resolutely in the 2nd half and it is a performance and result to savour for a long time - irrespective of what may or may not happen in subsequent weeks. That's football - up one week, down the next. You've got to enjoy the day. The villains of the piece were the ref ( never a 2nd yellow for Jones -it was right near us and he'd pulled out of the challenge ) Rossiter(?), who made a meal of it and the elbow by their player, I think it was Stokes, just a minute or two before Jones' sending off. It should have been a straight red.

Kelvin Etuhu a straight swap for Mike Jones next week. Although they are both defensive midfielders they can bring creativity and, when both available, I'd like to see them together in the team to see how that works - probably at the expense of Regan Slater, who has gone off the boil in the last few games ( 21 league games plus 11 as sub so a young lad starting to tire ).

Unfortunately, as mentioned above, a 2nd yellow so no appeal possible.


The facts say otherwise before the rumours of the financial problems started a 16 game unbeaten run was it playing great football and brushing teams aside yet since the facts became known 3 straight defeats on the trot and the evidence in the letter from the player's wife to the Bury Times which this week said the opposite. And in the words of a lad, I speak to who was there yesterday " They've lost their swagger "
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08 Apr 2019 14:12 - 08 Apr 2019 19:21 #82 by bluebry
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newcarlislefan wrote:

munchymagic wrote:

newcarlislefan wrote: What an absolutely fantastic game of football.
Forget form, formations, tactics and false 9s and don't analyse the video tape on Monday morning.
That today was just bonkers and wonderful and stunning.
I've just got in and and am drunk without having had a drink.
Brilliant, just brilliant stuff.
What a game.


Think most of us will probably regard you as an adopted Cumbrian anyway NCF. a lot more Cumbrian than some of the plastic Liverpool/Man U, fans that were born and bread up here.

Glad that you enjoyed the game pal - onwards and upwards :)


I'm still buzzing about it now!
I have to say at half time I was really frustrated and down with the 1st half.
Despite a much better end to the half, we looked a bit lost and looked almost shellshocked at times.
You could see the confidence was low and I was left scratching my head at the some of the stuff.
Bury tired as the half went on and Devitt & O'Hare got into the game more but when Jones was sent off I thought that was it
I honestly thought then that at the end people would be streaming out way before the final whistle, 3 or 4-1 down and that the team would get booed off.
Just goes to how how much I know about the game!
Etuhu coming on made a massive difference, I thought, and the equalizer rocked Bury a bit.
It's funny really playing against 10. We did it against Wycombe last year - were 3-2 up against 10 men and they get 2 late goals to win and you're left wondering, "how on earth did that happen?"
Clearly Collin was MOM but I have to say I thought Tom Parkes' preformance was immense. Absolutely immense. Clearly running on empty towards the end of the game yet still throwing his body on the line.
Callum O'Hare was just superb as well, I thought. What a brilliant attitude he has for a player of his ilk. Talk about work rate and doing the ugly stuff.
I think that when the dust settles on the performance there'll be a lot to mull over and clearly one swallow doesn't make a Summer.
But whatever your view on the club, the players or the manager, at the end of the game yesterday you walk away from the ground thinking what a brilliant game of football that was.
And for me being very new to the club and from a far off land I can't help feeling just a little bit Cumbrian for 90 minutes on a Saturday afternoon.
What a game.


Think most of us will probably regard you as an adopted Cumbrian anyway NCF. a lot more Cumbrian than some of the plastic Liverpool/Man U, fans that were born and bred up here.
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09 Apr 2019 14:20 #83 by NORTHERNSOUL
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NORTHERNSOUL wrote:

flumeblue wrote: None of the Bury fans I talked to in the pub after the game are going, Barry.
Please add the news report of the action at Stuart Days house this evening on here via a link. Thanks in anticipation.


Who said anything about a news report ?

The lads I talk to from Bury are real fans the ones who drove Day out and from what they've said the latest tosser won't be far behind him after what he said and did this week unlike you and your bunch of Trust [censored] who won't lift a finger to rid us of the cancer that is Jenkins and co but can i ask do you all take it in turns to stick your dicks up his arse or is true that you're his favourite and always get first dibs ?

I very much doubt the lads you were talking to were anything to with it unless of course, you're a closet former member of the BNP.

But hey if you are and you're taking the Trust way to the right that can only be a good thing. Why not get in touch with the Football Lads Alliance maybe they could arrange for Tommy Rob to come to a match and help with your next recruitment drive.


TICK TOCK.......TICK TOCK

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09 Apr 2019 14:21 - 09 Apr 2019 15:09 #84 by NORTHERNSOUL
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NORTHERNSOUL wrote:

flumeblue wrote: None of the Bury fans I talked to in the pub after the game are going, Barry.
Please add the news report of the action at Stuart Days house this evening on here via a link. Thanks in anticipation.


Who said anything about a news report ?

The lads I talk to from Bury are real fans the ones who drove Day out and from what they've said the latest tosser won't be far behind him after what he said and did this week unlike you and your bunch of Trust [censored] who won't lift a finger to rid us of the cancer that is Jenkins and co but can i ask do you all take it in turns to stick your dicks up his arse or is true that you're his favourite and always get first dibs ?

I very much doubt the lads you were talking to were anything to with it unless of course, you're a closet former member of the BNP.

But hey if you are and you're taking the Trust way to the right that can only be a good thing. Why not get in touch with the Football Lads Alliance maybe they could arrange for Tommy Rob to come to a match and help with your next recruitment drive.


www.burytimes.co.uk/news/17560478.former...der-owing-27million/

Looks like the Bury lads weren't the only ones looking for him on Saturday evening Turns out he.s holed up in Portugal apparently.
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26 Apr 2019 13:18 - 26 Apr 2019 15:30 #85 by NORTHERNSOUL
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NORTHERNSOUL wrote:

flumeblue wrote: None of the Bury fans I talked to in the pub after the game are going, Barry.
Please add the news report of the action at Stuart Days house this evening on here via a link. Thanks in anticipation.


Who said anything about a news report ?

The lads I talk to from Bury are real fans the ones who drove Day out and from what they've said the latest tosser won't be far behind him after what he said and did this week unlike you and your bunch of Trust [censored] who won't lift a finger to rid us of the cancer that is Jenkins and co but can i ask do you all take it in turns to stick your dicks up his arse or is true that you're his favourite and always get first dibs ?

I very much doubt the lads you were talking to were anything to with it unless of course, you're a closet former member of the BNP.

But hey if you are and you're taking the Trust way to the right that can only be a good thing. Why not get in touch with the Football Lads Alliance maybe they could arrange for Tommy Rob to come to a match and help with your next recruitment drive.


You heard it here first.

Apparently, Days pile of crap was so big that the new owner very quickly realised things are so bad that it wasn't even worth putting money in to try and save it hence the issues with the wages.

I.m told 10 million won't even touch the sides and it will take 5m alone just to get the ground back

www.buryfc.co.uk/news/2019/april/a-message-from-the-chairman/
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26 Apr 2019 15:30 - 26 Apr 2019 15:32 #86 by NORTHERNSOUL
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Big call for the FL Over the summer with this one as theres any number of permutations as to what might happen and what actions they might need to take.
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