Chris Brass and Ryan Kidd to take charge of Bury for remainder of the seasonby Jack Kitson / 08 December 2016, 14:26Tweet
According to the Bury Times Chris Brass and Ryan Kidd will take charge of Bury until the end of the season, beating off competition from a reported 70 different applicants.
The duo have been at the helm since David Flitcroft was sacked three weeks ago following a rotten run of form, and the club’s luck has yet to change.
Bury are yet to register a point under the guidance of Brass and Kidd, losing all three games to AFC Wimbledon, Sheff United and Millwall, although they did agonisingly lose the latter two matches in injury time.
Now their positions have been all but officially confirmed Brass and Kidd will look to arrest the club’s sorry slump - 14 games without a win - when they travel to Bristol Rovers on Saturday.
A sorry streak of a club-record 10 straight League One defeats leaves the struggling Shakers down in 20th, just one point above the relegation zone, meaning a failure to win this weekend could see them sink into the bottom-four.
Brass previously took charge of Bury in a caretaker capacity back in 2008, while his only other spell in the dugout was with Yeovil. Meanwhile, Kidd led the club’s under-18s to the Youth Alliance title last year.
Bury duo Brass and Kidd given until the end of the season https://t.co/h3kbFmRMhR— The Sack Race (@thesackrace) December 8, 2016