Bury midfielder David Worrall today revealed that the playing staff at the club are being kept in the dark about the relegated sides financial situation reports BBC
Last Wednesday the Bury board released a statement explaining that they are in “critical” financial trouble and at least £1M of investment is needed to keep the club in existence.
“I’d like someone to come and speak to us, no one has come in so we’re all just scratching our heads,” the Bury midfielder said.
“If that is the way they want to be fair enough, they own the club, they run it, they can do what they want.”
David Worrall is a Bury stalwart; the midfielder has started over 110 games for the club and played a big part in the club achieving promotion to League One in 2010.
Worrall also won the clubs Player of the Season award last season and has been subject of interest from other clubs over the past year.
“Me personally, I’m disappointed in the people above and I just feel sorry for the fans and the players. I’ve not got the mortgages and all that to pay for, I’m more worried about them and what they’ve got to do.”
With Worrall being one of the Shakers biggest assets, he was asked the chances of him being at the club next season.
“I’ll probably try and sit down with Brian (Fenton, Bury Chairman) and see that is going on, if I need to be off the wage bill then we are going to have to sort something out.”
He added “I’d love one season in the Championship just to see if I’m good enough, if I’m not then fair enough.”
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