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Good New All Round for Blues
Good New All Round for Blues
Isthmian League North club Bury Town have announced that fifteen players that were with the club during the now voided 2019/20 season have committed to remaining at Ram Meadow for next season.
Saturday 23 May 20 I 11:04:13 I Photo by

Despite the early end to the season brought about by the Covid-19, the team enjoyed a successful season and were in the play-off positions at the time the season was halted and also into the semi-final of the Suffolk Premier Cup.

 

Manager Ben Chenery has agreed terms with Ryan Stafford, Joe White, Will Gardner, Ollie Fenn, Joe Hood, Max Maughn, Ollie Hughes, Crusie Nyadzayo, Joe Carden, George Bugg and Charlie Cook.

 

The club have taken up the one-year option available to them on the contracts of Jake Chambers Shaw, Ryan Jolland and Ryan Horne, while striker Cemal Ramadan has agreed to a new one-year contract.

 

Chenery told https://www.burytownfc.co.uk: "I am extremely pleased and excited that the majority of last season's squad have agreed to continue to play for Bury Town FC during the forthcoming season. We have retained a core group of players season upon season, which has allowed us as a Football Club to play with a specific set of values and continue to make progress on and off the pitch"

 

"I would like to thank the Chairman and Directors, for their continued support, especially through this difficult time we are currently experiencing. I look forward to seeing the Denny Bros Stadium bustling with excitement and full of our loyal supporters, once football is safe to resume."

 

Meanwhile, Ross Crane will leave Bury after just one season after earning himself a two-year contract with SkyBet League One side Ipswich Town.

 

Crane (pictured), who joined the Blues from league rivals AFC Sudbury in the summer of 2019, has had an excellent 2019/20 season, making 33 appearances and scoring 2 goals before lockdown, and had been training with the Ipswich academy with a view to him joining their club before the Coronavirus pandemic halted all football.

 

Chenery said: "I am delighted that Ross has earned himself this opportunity. I will be disappointed to lose him from our team, but he deserves this chance and I wish him all the best.

 

"He has worked very hard for us all season and is developing as a player, so his next move into full-time training with Ipswich Town will help him progress further.

 

"I wish Ross and his family all the best and they will always be welcome at Ram Meadow".

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Good New All Round for Blues
Good New All Round for Blues
Saturday 23 May 20 I 11:04:13
Photo by

Despite the early end to the season brought about by the Covid-19, the team enjoyed a successful season and were in the play-off positions at the time the season was halted and also into the semi-final of the Suffolk Premier Cup.

 

Manager Ben Chenery has agreed terms with Ryan Stafford, Joe White, Will Gardner, Ollie Fenn, Joe Hood, Max Maughn, Ollie Hughes, Crusie Nyadzayo, Joe Carden, George Bugg and Charlie Cook.

 

The club have taken up the one-year option available to them on the contracts of Jake Chambers Shaw, Ryan Jolland and Ryan Horne, while striker Cemal Ramadan has agreed to a new one-year contract.

 

Chenery told https://www.burytownfc.co.uk: "I am extremely pleased and excited that the majority of last season's squad have agreed to continue to play for Bury Town FC during the forthcoming season. We have retained a core group of players season upon season, which has allowed us as a Football Club to play with a specific set of values and continue to make progress on and off the pitch"

 

"I would like to thank the Chairman and Directors, for their continued support, especially through this difficult time we are currently experiencing. I look forward to seeing the Denny Bros Stadium bustling with excitement and full of our loyal supporters, once football is safe to resume."

 

Meanwhile, Ross Crane will leave Bury after just one season after earning himself a two-year contract with SkyBet League One side Ipswich Town.

 

Crane (pictured), who joined the Blues from league rivals AFC Sudbury in the summer of 2019, has had an excellent 2019/20 season, making 33 appearances and scoring 2 goals before lockdown, and had been training with the Ipswich academy with a view to him joining their club before the Coronavirus pandemic halted all football.

 

Chenery said: "I am delighted that Ross has earned himself this opportunity. I will be disappointed to lose him from our team, but he deserves this chance and I wish him all the best.

 

"He has worked very hard for us all season and is developing as a player, so his next move into full-time training with Ipswich Town will help him progress further.

 

"I wish Ross and his family all the best and they will always be welcome at Ram Meadow".

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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