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Bury will not be re-admitted to Football League next season

Bury won’t be re-admitted to the EFL season after a meeting between the 71 member nightclubs on Thursday.
EFL clubs have also agreed in principle that only one club will be relegated this year.
Bury were expelled from League One and the EFL last month after the meltdown of a takeover following the postponement of the first five fixtures after the Shakers were not able to give evidence of their capacity to finance the year.
An EFL announcement stated:»During today’s meeting, the EFL and its member clubs debated and considered numerous choices, together with clubs given the opportunity to air their viewpoints.
«The argument included consideration of the proposal submitted from the Bury FC Rescue Board for the club to be admitted to League 2 under new ownership in season 2020-21.
«Following in-depth talks, it became apparent that the proposition did not have the essential support and that EFL clubs slated expanding the current principle of a reduction in relegation across all divisions as a means of returning to 72 clubs today and for its future.»
The Rescue Board, chaired by Bury North MP James Frith, had appealed to EFL members to encourage an»compassionate re-entry» to the club, but their plea fell on deaf ears.
«While we are saddened that Bury FC is no longer part of their EFL, » the board tough decision to draw membership was taken after each chance to discover a resolution was exhausted,» EFL executive seat Debbie Jevans said.
«Ever since then, in spite of the efforts made on behalf of the club, the EFL has participated with fans’ groups, shared their own entries together with our members and debated at length the problems raised.
«Following the discussion [on Thursday], clubs have shown that the preferred way of travel is to reduce relegation from League Two as a means of returning to 72 clubs. The clubs believed thatin a tricky situation, this approach maintains fairness for many members and upholds the principle of the soccer pyramid.»
The clubs have backed the proposed appointment of former Liverpool and also Premier League chief executive Rick Parry since the newest EFL chairman.
More to follow…

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