MATCHDAY: Bury 2 York 1

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  • Bury 2 (Forrester 1, Cameron 18)
  • York 1 (Coulson 73)

4:57pm

Bury 2 York 1

4:52pm

87 - SUB - Harrad on for Forrester.

90 - Harrad puts the ball wide after being put through.

4:44pm

82 - YELLOW - Tom Platt foul on Nardiello

4:40pm

78 - YELLOW - O'neil for tackle on Grimes.

4:36pm

74 - SUB - Harrison on for Roberts

4:35pm

73 - GOAL - Bury 2 YORK 1 - Michael Coulson pounces at the back post to turn home the loose ball following a deflected shot from Ryan Jarvis.

4:33pm

70 - YELLOW - Oyebanjo for diving in the box.

4:30pm

67 - Great turn by Forrester in the box, but his shot goes over. 

68 - Jarvis on for Bowman.

4:27pm

62 - Fletcher finds Coulson in the box following a great run down thre left but the midfielder's stinging shot is well held by Jensen.

64 - Forrester hits the post with a shot taken while he was on the deck. The striker ran through but stumbled as his shot was blocked by the York keeper only to turn the rebound goalwards. Great improvisation. 

4:24pm

Attendance: 3,706 (925 visiting)

4:23pm

60 - Michael Coulson fires a shot goalwards but it is easy for Jensen.

4:17pm

55 - SUB - Grimes on for Mayor

4:15pm

52 - Hinds header from a Mayor cross drifts wide of the far post.

4:09pm

Second half is under way

4:08pm

45 - SUB - Coulson for Carson and Platt for Montrose.

3:48pm

Bury 2 York 0

3:46pm

Two minutes of added time

3:45pm

43 - YELLOW - Whitehouse for a wild lunge on Howell.

3:43pm

41 - Carson is having a shocker for York - drilling a freee-kick from a good position on the left right across field and out for a throw-in.

42 - Oyebanjo hits the side netting with a shot from inside the box. York starting to come back into it.

3:40pm

39 - Jensen safely smothers a driven shot from Oyebanjo.

3:39pm

37 - Fantastic play down the Bury right to send Mayor clear but the midfielder screws his shot wide after drifting inside.

3:37pm

36 - YELLOW - Miller for a late challenge on Lanre Oyebanjo

3:36pm

34 - Embarrassing free-kick from Josh Carson - struck fiercely but possibly at a low-flying jet going overhead.

3:36pm

34 - Embarrassing free-kick from Josh Carson - struck fiercely but possibly at a low-flying jet going overhead.

3:31pm

29 - Wes Fletcher works himself a shooting chance but it is well-blocked by Cameron.

3:29pm

27 - Nardiello should have made it 3-0 after slicing a shot wide from six yards after Forrester had pulled the ball back to him on a plate from the right.

3:26pm

20 – YELLOW – Lewis Montrose for a foul on Procter.
23 – Montrose fires over from 20 yards.

3:19pm

18 – GOAL – BURY 2 York 0 – Nathan Cameron taps home after York keeper Aaron McCarey spills a Daniel Nardiello header at his feet.
 

3:15pm

13 - Elliot Whitehouse has York's first effort on goal, but it sails high and wide from 25 yards out.

3:11pm

That was Forrester’s first goal since a late penalty at Dagenham & Redbridge on September 28.

3:08pm

Bury seem to be playing a 3-4-3 formation, with Cameron, Hinds and Howell lining up from right to left at the back, Sedgwick, Miller, Procter and Roberts in midfield and Mayor playing juyst behind Nardiello and Forrester up front.

3:02pm

1-GOAL-BURY 1 York 0 - Anton Forrester slots home from close range after only 43 seconds. Bury's leading scorer notched up his sixth of the season following a great reverse ball from Chris Sedgwick to feed winger Danny Mayor who found Forrester with a low ball from the right.

3:01pm

Bury get the first half under way...

2:47pm

Team news

Bury go into their crunch clash at home to relegation rivals York with a squad weakened by injuries.

Although it is unclear whether centre-back William Edjenguele has been dropped or picked up a probelm in the Boxing Day draw at home to Scunthorpe. 

The French defender missed the second half of that match and is not in the squad for the visit of York.

In comes Richard Hinds in a back four that includes predominantly left sided defender Gareth Roberts at rioght-back.

Further forward, striker Shaun Harrad has lost his place in the starting line-up to Anton Forrester.

The side is otherwise unchanged from Thursday, with Shaun Beeley sent back to parent club Fleetwood Town after picking up a hamstring injury and midfielders Craig Jones and Tom Soares missing with groin and hamstring injuries, respectively.

A sign of the scale of the job facing David Flitcroft is the fact he has only been able to name six out of a possible seven substitutes today.

 

2:38pm

Full line-ups

BURY: Jensen; Roberts, Hinds, Cameron, Howell; Sedgwick, Miller, Procter, Mayor; Forrester, Nardiello.

Subs: Grimes, Holden, Harrad, Harrison, Charles-Cook, Walker.

YORK: McvCarey, Oyebanjo, Davies, McGurk, Fletcher, Carson, Montrose, Lowe, Bowman, Whitehouse, O'Neil.

Subs: Coulson, Chambers, Jarvis, Fyfield, Platt, Ingham, Puri.

Referee: Scott Mathieson

 

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5:19pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Eileenshakers says...

A positive uplifting performance and most important result which lifts us out of the relegation zone.

With 2 really tough games away coming up against Pools & Chesy it was a welcome tonic and now we can all believe that this team can eventually get us out of the mess Kevin Blackwell caused by employing so many average players to represent our club.
A positive uplifting performance and most important result which lifts us out of the relegation zone. With 2 really tough games away coming up against Pools & Chesy it was a welcome tonic and now we can all believe that this team can eventually get us out of the mess Kevin Blackwell caused by employing so many average players to represent our club. Eileenshakers

6:52pm Sun 29 Dec 13

easylife44 says...

Agreed, I thought the first half York had no answers to what Flits had put in place. Two up front and Mayor playing the pocket was a nice thing to see. Flits looks like he is beginning to start the process of a system. Something that KB had no concept of at all.
Hartlepool will be tough, but if we start playing within a system....anything can happen.
Just think, we may be able to add some stability in the January window.

Well done Lads and well done David!!
Agreed, I thought the first half York had no answers to what Flits had put in place. Two up front and Mayor playing the pocket was a nice thing to see. Flits looks like he is beginning to start the process of a system. Something that KB had no concept of at all. Hartlepool will be tough, but if we start playing within a system....anything can happen. Just think, we may be able to add some stability in the January window. Well done Lads and well done David!! easylife44

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