Bury manager Alan Knill has signed a new contract which will see him at the club until the end of the 2011/12 season. The former Rotherham boss, 46, arrived at Gigg Lane on 5 February 2008 after Chris Casper was sacked by the Shakers’ hierarchy. Knill made 144 appearances for the club between 1989 and 1993, and has won 60 of his 136 games in charge. In his first full season in the hot seat in 2009 he achieved a play-off spot, only to be beaten by Shrewsbury on penalties. Last season he looked to be leading the club to another promotion opportunity through the play-offs, but the Shakers ended up ninth after a disappointing finish to the campaign. Bury currently lie third in League Two and the reward for another promising start to the season is a fresh contract. Knill’s assistant, Chris Brass, who also played for the club, has signed a contract of the same length.
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