FOREVER Bury have repeated their call for answers from chairman Steve Dale on what could be a definitive day for the club.

A creditors’ meeting will be held today to see whether to approve a CVA designed to rationalise hefty debts at Gigg Lane.

Bury face a 12-point penalty from the EFL for breaching their insolvency rules but those behind the ‘rescue plan’ say it would ensure the club’s survival.

Fans’ group Forever Bury say they support any plan intended to improve the club’s situation but have called on Dale to address some of the issues on club governance.

“Over the last few months Forever Bury has been offering their assistance to anyone willing to try and find a favourable outcome to Bury Football Club’s current difficulties,” a Forever Bury statement read.

“Sadly over the period, owner and club chairman Mr Steven Dale has not been able to offer any answers to pertinent questions.

“This has obviously caused much frustration amongst many supporters, who Mr Dale now blames for his continued silence.

“Mr Dale has told supporters on numerous occasions that he will save the Football Club. Considering the imminent start of the new season, maybe now is the time to clear the air and for Mr Dale to provide the answers all are waiting to hear.

“Forever Bury are fully supportive of Mr Dale, or anyone else, in their efforts to save Bury Football Club. Up to present, Forever Bury has been reluctant at making statements regarding the sale of the club, in order to facilitate a smooth transition. However, we now believe the stage has been reached where simple comment is unlikely to have any detrimental effect on any pending deal.

“Therefore, Forever Bury and the supporters of Bury Football Club, Mr Dale’s paying customers, believe now is the time they deserve answers.”

Meanwhile, Ipswich Town have been linked with a move for another one of last season’s promotion heroes, Adam Thompson, who is reportedly set to quit Bury and terminate the final year of his contract.