‘It cuts deep, all we want is to watch our team on a Saturday’ – Bury fan on team’s expulsion

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Hannah, wearing the orange shirt, with the rest of her Bury-supporting familyI write this after being sent home from work – in floods of tears – by my boss. I’d been quietly crying at my desk since the light at the end of the tunnel for my beloved Bury Football Club – in the form of prospective buyers C&N Sporting Risk – disappeared. It feels like the plug to my club’s life support machine has been switched off.This is more than a game to people like me – it’s who we are and what we do.To have 134 years of history (22 years for me) disappear in a heartbeat has floored me. That Bury FC are no longer members of the Football League cuts deep.I’ve been supporting my local football team since the 1997-98 season – I guess you could call me a glory hunter, but I’d argue I was bitten by the Bury bug! Under Stan Ternent, Bury had just been promoted to what is now the Championship and we were a very small fish in

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