Bury striker Danny Hylton to return to Rotherham United

BURY striker Danny Hylton will return to parent club Rotherham United this week after injuring his groin.

New Shakers boss David Flitcroft admitted the 24-year-old forward, who has scored two goals in nine games since joining on loan, may not be able to return before his deal runs out in January.

“Danny has done his groin and is going to go back to Rotherham to get an assessment and possibly some surgery,” said Flitcroft, explaining Hylton’s omission from yesterday’s squad for the 1-1 draw at home to Northampton Town.

“I’m gutted to not have Danny as a part of what I do because from what I’ve seen in the training he has done in the last two or three days I like what he’s about.”

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2:06pm Sun 15 Dec 13

Eileenshakers says...

Good luck to Danny i hope you can get fit pretty soon and rejoin us once you are able to do so and during the January transfer window fingers crossed.Thanks for your huge contribution during those past 9 games..
Good luck to Danny i hope you can get fit pretty soon and rejoin us once you are able to do so and during the January transfer window fingers crossed.Thanks for your huge contribution during those past 9 games.. Eileenshakers

7:59pm Sun 15 Dec 13

easylife44 says...

Well done Danny, we appreciate everything you have done and get fit soon lad....the Gaffer certainly likes what you have to offer.
Well done Danny, we appreciate everything you have done and get fit soon lad....the Gaffer certainly likes what you have to offer. easylife44

7:20am Mon 16 Dec 13

shakencity says...

What a shame this is, both him and Nardiello would have taken us clear of the drop zone.....i'm not so sure now, as the other forwards we have don't seem good enough.

If we can get him back when he's recovered, it might just be the lift we need.
What a shame this is, both him and Nardiello would have taken us clear of the drop zone.....i'm not so sure now, as the other forwards we have don't seem good enough. If we can get him back when he's recovered, it might just be the lift we need. shakencity

10:17am Mon 16 Dec 13

RONNIEJAWS says...

I would echo all those before me. Thankyou Danny for your efforts to the Shakers in lieu of 1st team football opportunity. I hope we have all enjoyed the short liasion and felt the benefits.
Every now and then Bury seem to strike up these rather 'casual treaties of co-operation with another club, usually of a higher division. Not like in this case Rotherham who actually were a team overtaking us going in an upward direction. These clubs take our good players, and allow us some of their spare parts. Sheff Wed -> Ryan Lowe sold, Giles Coke loaned, possibly with fingerprints of the then ex Wednesday connections we had then. These things are the facts of life in lower league teams now. It would be nice if we could get back to the level of the quality of players our old central league reserve team of the 70s & 80s could give us instead of all these loanee types of possible questionable full heart im our cause. I am certain that both Mr Day and Flits will see this kind of rebuilding as just as essential as any other at the club to achieve their plans fully. Anyone who watched the Shakers in those late 70s early 80s days will remember the boys that came through as others moved on up. Then there were those who couldn't quite make it at the bigger clubs in the north west area that came to Bury to build a career with playing opportunity, and those partnerships helped both parties. Perhaps Mr Holand with his personal experiences of this and also those times could share any of his knowledge of that to the club and us all in here?
Mr Day's importance of financial security is completely essential. As is results and the style of football Bury are to play. But we should not forget or neglect the farm! So often in the last few seasons we have been without players to come in to the first team and dependent on borrowing/loanees. Not the way forward. we need our own in house sources. Ultimately loanees should be just a couple, in the season long loan like with Tom Lees for his developement. Other than that it should be like the old days as a 'test drive' towards a real long term purchase or signing. Large numbers of ins and outs all the time do not help progress or anything really except put a plaster on bigger problems.
There is always a feel good factor with fans when the club buys a 'star' player, just like a new fresh toy. But I am also quite sure to say that fans take a very special interest and connectivity to the player that has come through from being one we have helped develope. We feel more that they are one of us, "one of the family!"
The next 6 weeks will be very interesting, and possibly exciting too for Bury fans as we see David takes real control of things around the team. I am very confident in saying that fans are likely to be all 110% behing him, and wish him best of luck in all his efforts.
I would echo all those before me. Thankyou Danny for your efforts to the Shakers in lieu of 1st team football opportunity. I hope we have all enjoyed the short liasion and felt the benefits. Every now and then Bury seem to strike up these rather 'casual treaties of co-operation with another club, usually of a higher division. Not like in this case Rotherham who actually were a team overtaking us going in an upward direction. These clubs take our good players, and allow us some of their spare parts. Sheff Wed -> Ryan Lowe sold, Giles Coke loaned, possibly with fingerprints of the then ex Wednesday connections we had then. These things are the facts of life in lower league teams now. It would be nice if we could get back to the level of the quality of players our old central league reserve team of the 70s & 80s could give us instead of all these loanee types of possible questionable full heart im our cause. I am certain that both Mr Day and Flits will see this kind of rebuilding as just as essential as any other at the club to achieve their plans fully. Anyone who watched the Shakers in those late 70s early 80s days will remember the boys that came through as others moved on up. Then there were those who couldn't quite make it at the bigger clubs in the north west area that came to Bury to build a career with playing opportunity, and those partnerships helped both parties. Perhaps Mr Holand with his personal experiences of this and also those times could share any of his knowledge of that to the club and us all in here? Mr Day's importance of financial security is completely essential. As is results and the style of football Bury are to play. But we should not forget or neglect the farm! So often in the last few seasons we have been without players to come in to the first team and dependent on borrowing/loanees. Not the way forward. we need our own in house sources. Ultimately loanees should be just a couple, in the season long loan like with Tom Lees for his developement. Other than that it should be like the old days as a 'test drive' towards a real long term purchase or signing. Large numbers of ins and outs all the time do not help progress or anything really except put a plaster on bigger problems. There is always a feel good factor with fans when the club buys a 'star' player, just like a new fresh toy. But I am also quite sure to say that fans take a very special interest and connectivity to the player that has come through from being one we have helped develope. We feel more that they are one of us, "one of the family!" The next 6 weeks will be very interesting, and possibly exciting too for Bury fans as we see David takes real control of things around the team. I am very confident in saying that fans are likely to be all 110% behing him, and wish him best of luck in all his efforts. RONNIEJAWS

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