Bury

19th League 1 | 13-22-11
  • Goals For
    12th
    61 GF
  • Assists
    10th
    39 GA
  • Shots
    10th
    340 Shots
  • Saves
    11th
    147 SAV
  • NBC Sports

    Man City close in on $44.6 million goalkeeper Ederson

    Manchester City are about to break the record transfer fee for a goalkeeper. Benfica stopper Ederson Moraes is reportedly flying in to Manchester on Monday to seal a $44.6 million move from the Portuguese giants. Pep Guardiola released Willy Caballero last week and with Claudio Bravo struggling massively in his first season in England, plus Joe Hart loaned out to Torino in Italy with his future at Man City seemingly non existent, it seems as though Ederson is now the main man.

  • Kevin Durant '[expletive] Magic' rant puts team in perception crosshairs
    Orlando Sentinel

    Kevin Durant '[expletive] Magic' rant puts team in perception crosshairs

    It’s bad enough the Orlando Magic are bad. We know that. But that perception/reality bleeds over into NBA locker rooms across the USA. We bring you expert testimony from Kevin Durant. “Like I'm the reason why [expletive] Orlando couldn't make the playoffs for five, six years in a row?” Durant told USA Today Sports in an article published Friday. “Am I the reason that Brooklyn gave all their picks to Boston? Like, am I the reason that they're not that good? I can't play for every team, so the truth of the matter is I left one team. It's one more team that you probably would've thought would've been a contender. One more team. I couldn't have made the [entire] East better. I couldn't have made

  • Bradley Lowery: Ladbible sorry for false death report
    BBC News

    Bradley Lowery: Ladbible sorry for false death report

    The family of terminally-ill Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery has accepted an apology from the website Ladbible which wrongly claimed he had died. Six-year-old Bradley, from Blackhall Colliery, County Durham, has neuroblastoma and is receiving palliative care at home. It is believed trolls started an RIPBradley hashtag on social media on Sunday which was picked up elsewhere. Ladbible said it was investigating and pledged a £20,000 donation to his fund. Bradley, an avid Sunderland fan, became the team's mascot and also led out the England team for its World Cup qualifier against Lithuania in March. He was recently named Child of Courage at the Pride of North East Awards. 'Mistakes happen' Following