Bury boss David Flitcroft fears that the current run of bad form will affect the confidence and development of the younger players after a 2-0 defeat to Fleetwood.
Bury boss David Flitcroft believes that his side are a match for anyone after a 4-0 dismantling of rivals Wigan Athletic at Gigg Lane in the FA Cup first round.
Wigan manager Gary Caldwell says he will be having a ‘long, hard look’ before he picks his team to play in Tuesday night’s Johnstone’s Paint Northern Area quarter-final against Blackpool.
Bury manager David Flitcroft has said he needs to lift his players, after they surrendered a two-goal lead in the final five minutes against Wigan.
Bury could include six ex-Coventry players in their squad this weekend, as they welcome the Sky Blues to Gigg Lane this weekend.
Nathan Cameron scored the only goal to secure Bury’s first league home win of the season against Port Vale.
Bury recorded their fifth victory in six games thanks to Ryan Tafazolli’s own goal, a win that moves the club four points off automatic promotion.
League Two Bury have prided themselves on developing young English talent and remain in the promotion hunt, sitting 13 points behind leaders and Saturday’s opponents Wycombe, despite lacking their own training facilities.
The League Two high flyers added Rotherham keeper Scott Loach to their squad, before succumbing to their first defeat in 10 games at the JD Stadium as they lost to Tranmere.
Bury face Conference South side Hemel Hempstead Town in the first round of the FA Cup at the JD Stadium on Saturday. The Shakers come in to the game on the back of eight straight home victories.
Bury manager David Flitcroft is hopeful that his side’s fine home form can increase attendances at the JD Stadium with Cambridge United their latest scalp.