Bury Football Club give fans an update on four players within the squad who have had decisions made on their future today.
Today has been a busy day at Carrington for David Flitcroft and his management staff with decisions having been made on four players (Ryan Lowe, Reece Brown, Anthony Dudley and Brayden Shaw) and their future at the club.
Ryan Lowe has returned to Bury following a successful loan spell at fellow Sky Bet League One side Crewe Alexandra. During his time at Gresty Road, Ryan made six appearances and scored two goals.
Ryan comes back to the Shakers fully fit and ready to go, and manager David Flitcroft expects him to be in contention for a place in the squad for Saturdays Emirates FA Cup 3rd Round game with Bradford City.
Speaking this morning, manager David Flitcroft said: “Tough decisions are always to be made in football, that’s part and parcel of the game. In the case of Ryan Lowe, he has come back, is training with us and will be back in contention for Saturday.
“He has come back in great nick having played five or six games for Crewe Alexandra, and he individually played really well during those games.
“Crewe haven’t spoken to me about extending the contract, but we had a really good chat with Ryan yesterday. He trained with us yesterday and he will train with us for the rest of the week with a view of being in the squad on Saturday.”
Midfielder Reece Brown has extended his short term deal that expired on 5 January, and will remain a Shaker until the end of the current season.
Young Striker Anthony Dudley will shortly be returning to National League side Guiseley on loan. Anthony spent a very successful three months with the Lions, making seven appearances and scoring five goals.
Meanwhile youngster Brayden Shaw, who signed a six month deal with the club at the start of the season, has now come to the end of that deal and as such has been released from the club.
Brayden didn’t quite make the first team squad as was hoped, but leaves with the clubs very best wishes for the future as we thank him for being a great servant of the club.
Additionally, ex-Bury midfielder Terry Dunfield is currently training with the Shakers as he is without a club after his contract at Ross County ended last summer.