Ryan Kidd is proud of his team after their brilliant performance despite the result.
Youth Team Manager, Ryan Kidd spoke of his pride in his team after they were very unlucky to lose against Wigan Athletic at the JD Stadium and end their impressive run of 15 games unbeaten.
The team played some very impressive football throughout the match, having copious amounts of chances to get the win, but Wigan showed composure to convert their few chances into goals.
As Kidd has said throughout the season; the most important thing is getting young players into the first team, and all Bury fans will be optimistic after watching the match last night.
Kidd believes that this is the most pleasing part of his job and that after playing at the JD Stadium the fans will now be optimistic about the future.
Talking after the match, Ryan Kidd said: “I couldn’t be more proud of the lads; the only thing wrong with tonight was the result.
“I said to them in the changing room; all our fans ever ask from us is that we put the effort and commitment in, we give everything we’ve got, and get to watch some good football which is entertaining.
“We’ve delivered on all accounts tonight except for the result, and I’m extremely proud of that.
“I’m wondering how Wigan have come away from the game with a result, but that’s football sometimes.
“The biggest thing I can see is that the people who came tonight will be taking note of Bury Football Club, and I think fans can see a future, whereas before they probably couldn’t.
“All the fans that were here tonight will be going home with five or six players in mind, who they can see having a bright future in the game.”
Ryan admitted that his side are very disappointed with the result, but he has questioned why, factoring in all the positives they can take out of the game.
He also feels that the League is not out of their hands yet, as long as they win their games the rest will settle itself.
He said: “I’ve got some disappointed lads in there tonight, but I don’t think they should be. I think they should be proud of the way they attacked that game.
“There was only ever one team in it for me, we still have two games left and you never know what’s going to happen.
“Rochdale and Wigan still need to play each other, and Wigan has three. If we take six points then they have to beat our tally, it’s as simple as that.”