Date: 22nd September 2014 at 1:43pm
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Manager David Flitcroft has said he thought the lads were simply breathtaking when we faced Burton Albion last weekend.

Beating the former table toppers three one to put ourselves at the top of League two following a brace from Danny Nardiello and a solo effort from Ryan Lowe couldn’t have made the manager more happy on the day.

We are also now unbeaten in eight following on from the opening day loss against Cheltenham Town, and we have won six of those.

Speaking to the BBC following the game and exstatic gaffer beamed.

‘The football displayed was breathtaking and completely disruptive at times. People talk about winning but if you look at the performance, and as a coach or manager you concentrate on the performance, the wins come.’

With Bury long being one of the favourites for promotion this campaign, the gaffer is obviously delighted that we are earning that recognition with our showings and the result we are picking up, but for him he’s again not going to single out individuals because it’s ‘always about the team’.

‘I always say to the players that if they want to be an individual, they should take up tennis or goal. When you’re part of a team, and a special team, then you’ve got to make sure you do everything out of possession and in possession.’

The gaffer goes on to say that in the second half, once we’d scored and opened them up, he felt we were just blitzing them at will.

‘Every time we went forward, we looked like we’d score.’