Bolton Wanderers fans will be enviously eyeing the latest developments from neighbours and rivals Bury FC today, the Bolton Reporter can reveal…
League Two club Bury have a new owner. Stewart Day, the outgoing chairman, has made way for fellow property developer Steve Dale to take the reigns at the League Two Club.
This is all very annoying for Wanderers fans as they would love to see a change in ownership at the helm of their troubled club, however, current boss Ken Anderson seems unlikely to relinquish control despite well documented financial troubles, not to mention the Trotters’ failings on the pitch.
Bolton’s immediate future is also in doubt as manager Phil Parkinson has been reportedly discussing personal terms at his former club Reading FC. If the manager leaves, the fact remains of who could be possibly brave enough to take on the struggling Lancastrian outfit.
In terms of the new owners at Gigg Lane, it has not been made clear as to whether Dale has cleared the decks debtwise, or whether he has taken on the debt created by the previous owners- thought to be in the region of £10.5 million. Time will tell.
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