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Danny Rose: "It felt like a home game"

8 December 2015

The Gaffer and Danny Rose have hailed the importance the “Wall of Noise” made for Sunday’s win over Rochdale.

2,144 Bury fans made the short trip to Rochdale on Sunday for the Shakers’ second round tie against Dale in the FA Cup.

The away following were fantastic and Bury Manager David Flitcroft believes it gave the players the spur they needed to start the game well and get that all important early goal.

Speaking to Shakers PlayerHD after the match David Flitcroft said: “The following was incredible, I wasn’t surprised, but to walk out and see them all straight in front of you instead of behind the goal was outstanding and we purposefully let the lads go up to them during the warm-up.

“The lads came in after that and said ‘it’s electric out there boss’ and that really gave me my team talk.

“It gave them a vibrancy, you could see that by the way we started and put two or three early crosses in to unsettle them.”

Bury’s goalscorer Danny Rose believes that it was no different to playing at home, which was a fantastic feet by the fans, who out sung the Dale faithful throughout the match.

Speaking to Shakers PlayerHD, Danny Rose said: “The fans were brilliant today, it felt like a home game. Nearly 2,500 of them came and they were class, absolutely brilliant.”

Next-up for the Shakers is a return to Gigg Lane this weekend (Saturday 12th Dec) to take on Chesterfield in Sky Bet League One. The club are calling on all Shakers to bring Sunday’s “Wall of Noise” home to spur the team up the League table and back into the play-off places for Christmas.

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