A Bury supporters’ group says the club is suffering “death by a thousand cuts” after a winding-up petition against the Shakers was adjourned.
A judge has adjourned a bid to wind up Bury.
Bury will apply for a place in next season’s National League as local MP James Frith stressed there are still “active and credible” bidders for the stricken club.
Bury’s bid to be re-admitted to the EFL as a League Two club under new ownership next season has been rejected by its members, the governing body has announced.
Football League clubs could open the door for Bury to be readmitted to League Two next season when they gather in Milton Keynes on Thursday.
Bury chairman Steve Dale has appealed to Football League clubs to vote for the Shakers’ reinstatement, insisting the club “is a victim, not a villain”.
The EFL has been urged to offer Bury “compassionate re-entry” to the league from next season in a document now formally submitted by the group seeking to save the club.
Bury’s expulsion from the English Football League will be examined by the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee this autumn, the panel’s chairman Damian Collins has confirmed.
Greater Manchester Police have started a fraud inquiry into the cash crisis that ultimately led to Bury’s expulsion from the English Football League last week.
Greater Manchester Combined Authority has joined forces with local MPs and a Bury fans group in a bid to save the club.
Bury MP James Frith is seeking a meeting with the English Football League to request that the town’s football club is reinstated to Sky Bet League Two next season under new ownership.
Gareth Southgate’s first football match was at Gigg Lane and the England manager fears the “tragic story” of Bury’s collapse could be repeated over the coming years.
Aston Villa boss Dean Smith has warned no club is too big to suffer financial problems.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola would welcome an increase in solidarity payments to English Football League clubs in the wake of Bury’s expulsion.
Bury have expressed their “astonishment and dismay” at the English Football League following its decision to expel them from the competition.
Former Bury boss Ryan Lowe has denied claims he overspent on players during his time at Gigg Lane and says he actually saved the club one million pounds.
Bury’s 125-year stay in the English Football League came to an end on Tuesday when the Shakers were expelled from the league – a move that will almost certainly lead to their liquidation.
Bury supporters have been advised keeping Gigg Lane is key to starting a phoenix club after the Shakers’ English Football League membership was withdrawn at 11pm on Tuesday night.
The decision to expel Bury from the English Football League has left its boss Debbie Jevans “devastated” but she has promised to launch an investigation into what happened.
MP Damian Collins has called for a full review of the English Football League’s role in Bury’s demise.