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Bury was promoted to League One last month, but the club faces a concluding peititon

Bury players call for owner Steve Dale is sold quickly, while the club monitors the cap of the dissolution application

  • Bury has won promotion to League One but is confronted with a dissolving petition
  • The Shakers owe around £ 277,000 to HM Revenue & Customs
  • Players have not received their wages for 12 weeks from the club
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Bury & # 39; s players have issued a statement calling on owner Steve Dale to sell the club quickly.

The Shakers, who won promotion to League One last month, are faced with a final exam script because they owe around £ 277,000 to HM Revenue & Customs.

A High Court hearing scheduled for last week was adjourned until June 19 to admit Dale, who only took over the club last December to find a buyer.

Bury was promoted to League One last month, but the club faces a concluding peititon

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Bury was promoted to League One last month, but the club faces a concluding peititon

But players who say they have not received a paid wage from the club for 12 weeks – the Professional Footballers & Association has started to cover their salary in March – have now emphasized the urgency of the situation.

A statement from various players via social media reads: & # 39; From what we understand, the president bought the club for £ 1 with an understanding of the problems it had.

& # 39; He says this openly in his very first press interview. If it gets too much, we just ask you to move aside, to continue and to stop having a negative impact on everyone's livelihood.

& # 39; Through various sources, we have been notified that offers have been made to Bury FC, which means that after such a short time he would earn money to control the club.

& # 39; Mr. Chairman, we know you have no regard for or attention to us as players, our families or our future, but please accept the offer and walk away from our club before bringing it to your knees. & # 39 ;

The club could not comment on the statement.

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Bury finished second in League Two, but there are now fears that the squadron will be broken up while manager Ryan Lowe is linked to Plymouth.

The statement added: "As players, we are disappointed that we are in this position after having had such a great season. We have gone from elation to complete and total dismay.

& # 39; The moment it looks like players, we may have to look at other clubs, something none of us wants to do.

& # 39; At the moment we have to spend some time while we are out of season, instead we have to look at the future. & # 39;

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