Following the departure of captain Tom Bullard from Bury Town today, there has been a mixture of reactions from supporters, former players and other member of the football community.
Read a selection below from Twitter and have you say by Tweeting @BishDerek or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Former Bury Town assistant manager Richard Skelly (@rbs333): “Unbelievable player and skipper! Always a pleasure having him in the team and should be playing higher!”
Kevin Grimwood (@senna72): “Not good but wish him all the best.”
Chris Wish (@wishee2071): “Inevitable wasn’t it? All the best.”
Ian Norris (@IanNorris99): “So sad. Thanks Tom for all you’ve done. Good luck.”
Needham Market club secretary Alan Jopling (@al56jop): “With the loss of Wilkins players will look around. Tom will not be the last so it is up to Bury to act.”
Jason Wakeling (@BlueBuzzards): “Well that really is the end of that then. #relegationlooms”
Walsham-le-Willows defender Matt Morton (@MattMorton16): “@BlueBuzzards I hope the new manager is more positive and less defeatist than most the fans seem to be otherwise you may be right.
“Yes you’ve lost a top player and leader but you have a new manager to be appointed, new players to potentially bring in, and a long summer to rebuild.
“Maybe the ‘fans’ should hold onto their towels for a little longer before throwing them in #negativitybreedsnegativity”
Jason Wakeling (@BlueBuzzards): “@MattMorton16 29 years a supporter through thick and thin but never witnessed a total dismantling. #worried
“When the local team is THE team you support and all this happens damn right I’m worried. #heartisbeingrippedoutofclub”
Philip Kirk (@philk282): “Is a drop down to the Ryman North what @BuryTownFC need to allow them to rebuild again #difficullttimes”
Former Bury Town midfielder Craig Nurse (@Craig_O-20): “Wow club’s going backwards.”