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Stan the Man to 'Shake' Bury Up?

According to the 'Bury Times' today former Clarets and Bury manager, Stan Ternent could be returning to Gigg Lane.

It is understood that Ternent has accepted a short-term deal at Bury to assist Chris Casper and second-in-command Martin Scott, for the rest of the season.

Ternent joined the Clarets from Bury in 1998.

He of course was eventaually replaced by Steve Cotterill with his final season for the Clarets being 2003/4

He has not been involved with football management since May, 2005 after leaving Gillingham.

Stan steered Bury into the old Division One via back-to-back promotions in the late nineties.

It is believed he has been asked to help Bury stave off relegation.The Shakers are currently in deep trouble near the foot of League Two having failed to win in 16 attempts. They have only 8 mathces left in which to rescue themselves

We wish Stan all the best whether this appointment is true or not

There are a few Clarets at the moment who may have wished he could have come to Turf Moor and help ensure that the Clarets survive the drop but it will be interesting to see how this story develops.




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Date:Thursday March 29 2007

Time: 1:04PM

 

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