League Two contenders Bury Football Club, have officially unveiled Steve Dale is as the club’s new owner.

Dale brings a wealth of experience to the role, as he seeks to help Bury bounce back from relegation last season.

The club felt the impact of relegation, after it resulted in it going through cash flows off the pitch, an issue that be a foremost priority for Dale as he takes up his new role.

Speaking on the club website, Dale emphasised: “I’m delighted to have taken over this historic club. My initial plan is to establish Bury as a stable and self-sufficient League One side.

“I want to re-establish the club in the local community by investing time and resources to something that is vitally important to football clubs.

“Due to personal reasons, I want to work more with community initiatives to help people better their own lives, as well as the communities they live in. I have a strong passion to work with those less fortunate and to give them the chances they deserve.

“Bury Football Club can be that conduit to create working relationships and to let people better themselves. We want the Bury public to come and watch the team and to stand by us as one community.”

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