Bury’s two MPs are a part of a group calling for the expelled club to become reinstated from the EFL as a Sky Bet League Two side for the 2020/21 season.
Week the former League One club along with FA Cup winners were thrown from the EFL.
Data analytics firm C&N Sporting Risk pulled to get Bury from owner Steve Dale, 90 minutes earlier the revised deadline of closing Tuesday.
An global consortium has #7m in the lender and is ready to finish a takeover of all Bury, if the EFL fails to reinstate the club, Sky Sports News understands.
James Frith MP (Bury North) and Ivan Lewis MP (Bury South) have published a joint statement, along with Manchester mayor Andy Burnham and supporters society Forever Bury, that are all campaigning to try and secure the club’s status in the EFL for next year.
It read:”We are establishing a working group to develop a proposal into the Football League that will enable Bury to be declared to Sky Bet League 2 for the start of the 2020/21 season, subject to the entry of a credible plan to reconstruct Bury FC before the end of the year.
“First, we will work to come up with a clear proposal to the English Football League, by September 20, which will grant us the opportunity to work towards re-entry to League Two.
“Second, if the EFL agree to that proposition, we’ll then focus on a plausible plan to rebuild the team, which all signatories to this statement will have the ability to endorse.
“Third, in case that credible plan fails to emerge over the deadline then we accept the EFL’s best to inflict their initial choice.
“We’re happy that Steve Dale has consented to give us a short period of time to recognize an appropriate new owner for the club – we request in good faith which the current owner enables us the opportunity to take forward this proposition .”
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