The Chairman has issued the following statement after the winding up petition was dismissed today.
"I am pleased to advise our winding up petition from HMRC has been dismissed today, so Bury's legacy continues in the face of adversity. We hope that our ongoing talks with the EFL will allow them to see what we are facing with saving our Club and to please work with us. They are now the only thing stopping Bury’s survival and we implore them to help us.
We still have a lot of hurdles to clear from the former owners, but we're picking them off one by one. We need to get rid of this negativity and unite, we inherited this mess so stop this slander on social media from the few, against those hardworking people at our Club doing 20 hour days to save it. Protesting at my house again, really? Against what? “Saving Bury?” Any more of this disgraceful behaviour and photos of those concerned will be taken, names logged and lifetime bans issued.
Once the EFL lift our embargo, our Club will go from strength to strength and as one, the sweeter it will be.
The war is not over but united as one we can win, rest assured, as our team and management last night proved.
Steven D Dale"
A company voluntary agreement was agreed earlier this month, helping the club to settle some of its debt.
The EFL postponed their opening league fixture against MK Dons yesterday.