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    Women’s Interim Manager Confirmed

    Bury FC are delighted to confirm the club’s former midfielder, Jason Jarrett, will take interim charge of the women’s first team until a successor is appointed. 

    The 43-year-old played at Gigg Lane for two seasons under Andy Preece, making 63 appearances, scoring four goals.

    After his 00s spell, he went on to play for Wigan, Norwich, Preston North End and then had spells at Leicester, Brighton and Oldham before finishing his career at Salford FC. 

    Following his playing career, Jarrett went on to referee, taking a course with Lancashire FA in 2013 and has worked his way up the ranks to Level 4.

    Jason is also now the proud co-owner of Jay Jays Childcare and Learning Centre which aims to inspire and help children of all abilities in their educational needs. 

    Jason told us,
     


    The club would like to place their thanks on record to Jason for stepping into this position in the interim. Head of women’s football, Casey Lynchey, added,
     

    Applications for the role are still open until Saturday (24th June). 

    We are looking for a hard-working, ambitious, natural leader to take on the exciting role of manager of our women’s elite team.

    This incredible squad have won back-to-back promotions and had a successful FA Cup run too. This season we are now in Tier 5 of the women’s pyramid, playing home games at Gigg Lane.

    Applicants must have experience of managing a women’s team or in men’s football at a high level. Minimum of UEFA B qualification and a proven track record of developing players.

    To apply please email women@buryfc.co.uk and attach a CV and a cover letter, explaining why this job is for you.

    The club are also pleased to announce the appointment of Lewis Shaw & Tom Sheridan as the women’s reserves team manager and assistant manager. Alongside brothers, Nick & Jay Traynor, as the women’s development team management.
      Lewis Shaw & Tom Sheridan who will manage the Reserve Squad Nick & Jay Traynor will take charge of the Development Squad


    Long-standing goalkeeper coach, Kelly Boag, will continue in her role for the first team and she will be joined by Katie Kefford, who will be looking after the reserve & development teams. 

    We also have a vacancy for a physiotherapist for the upcoming season, following last season’s physio, Matt Howarth, leaving the club due to work commitments. The club would like to thank him for his commitment over the last year and him the best of luck for the future.
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    Treasureline: Week 4

    This week’s Treasureline Winners for Week 4 – 21st June 2023 are in! The rollover this week was £500 and remember it can reach up to a life-changing £10,000!!
    PrizeDraw No.Members Name£500 RolloverMN5250G OUSBY£1000LK2779T BRADLEY£100BA4415I CALVERT£50BD6722P LILLEY£50WC6085MRS WALKER£25NC2313K DAVIES£25NC2773H KITTO£10NN0694M CASSIDY£10BB3301J RICHARDSON£10LN3267O OLUYEDE£10HE4156K SMITHSON£10PE3336P HOGG£10LA3100T SHINGLER£10FA2136C JACKSON£10GP3713R BRAITHWAITE£10NF2025J PLANT£10PA2123B LISGO View the full article on the Bury AFC website

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    Incoming: Jimmy Moore

    Bury FC are delighted to welcome centre-back Jimmy Moore to the club ahead of the 2023/24 season.


    The 35-year-old brings a wealth of experience in non-league football having previously won the North West Counties Premier Division title at Runcorn Linnets.


    Moore also spent the last three seasons at Bury AFC under Andy Welsh making 75 appearances, scoring five goals, and making a cameo appearance between the sticks.


    The no-nonsense centre-back counts Glossop North End, Atherton Collieries, Cheadle Town, Abbey Hey & Trafford as his former clubs.
     

    Jimmy told buryfc.co.uk “I’m delighted to have signed for Bury FC, it’s been an incredible journey so far. I’m proud to be a part of it and represent such a big club.


    “I’m really excited to meet all the Bury fans from both sides of this story and I hope that when I cross that line the ones who haven’t will understand what it means to me to play for this club.”


    Moore becomes the 15th player to commit to the club ahead of the new season, which sees pre-season training start next week before our double-header trip to Thackley on July 1st.


    Tickets for which are on sale now. Click here to buy.
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    Robert Nicholas Steels to Sponsor The Shakers Training & Travel Wear

    We are delighted to announce that Robert Nicholas Steels (RNS), an Accrington-based company, has agreed to sponsor the club’s training and travel wear for the coming season. RNS is a leading supplier of both primary and secondary steel, delivering nationwide.
      The company has a long history of providing high-quality products and services to businesses across the UK. Managing director Bill Rhind said: “We are pleased to support Bury FC on their return to Gigg Lane and wish them every success in the future.”


    We are thrilled to have Robert Nicholas Steels on board as a sponsor. Their support will help us to continue to provide our players with the best possible equipment as they prepare for the upcoming season.
      We would like to thank them for their commitment to Bury FC. We look forward to working with them in the years to come.
      Click here to visit their website.
      If you are interested in any future sponsorship opportunities please contact commercial@buryfc.co.uk
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    Genus Recycling are #PartOfIt

    We are excited to announce a partnership with Genus Recycling, who will sponsor the back of our playing shorts for both our home and away kits.
     
    Genus Recycling will feature on the rear of shorts Based in the heart of Bury, waste paper recycling specialists Genus Recycling have sustainability at the forefront of everything they do so fit in well with the Bury FC ethos.

    Being a lifelong supporter of the Shakers, Director Rick Waterson said, “When the opportunity came about to get involved with Bury FC as a board of directors we felt strongly that we wanted to give something back to the town and the club that mean a lot to me personally.  It is great to see the club getting back on its feet and the buzz around the ground is really inspiring.  Come-on you Shakers!!!”
      We would like to extend our thanks to Genus for their generosity and their commitment to Bury FC. We look forward to working with them in the years to come.
     
    Click here to visit their website.
     
    If you are interested in any future sponsorship opportunities please contact commercial@buryfc.co.uk
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    Applications Open For Bury Football Club General Manager

    We are now receiving applications for the new position of General Manager of Bury Football Club.
      We are looking for experienced candidates who can meet the job description which can be read here.
      This will be an employed role with salary of up to £50,000 per annum plus pension, depending on experience.
      Please submit your CV to admin@buryfc.co.uk by 5pm 7th July if you wish to be considered for interview.
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    Incoming: Harry Brazel

    Bury FC are delighted to confirm the addition of midfielder Harry Brazel to the squad for the 2023/24 season. 

    The 31-year-old made 91 appearances and scored 18 goals across the last two seasons for Bury AFC.

    Last season also saw him pick up four trophies at the end of season awards, including Goal of the Season and Fans Player of the Season.

     



    Brazel has also previously played for Stockport County, Glossop North End & Cefn Druids. 

    He told buryfc.co.uk: “I’m really excited to be representing Bury. It was an easy decision to make knowing the club’s ambition and the direction it wants to go in.

    “Hopefully, I can continue where I left off last year and make the first season back at Gigg Lane both a memorable and successful one.”

    Harry is also a qualified barber, so no doubt he’ll be getting some of the lads with his clippers ahead of the upcoming squad photos.
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