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Image caption Ryan, his dad and daughter with his late grandad's Bury shirt in the background. "When a dad and his young lad have something in common like that, it's like an unbreakable bond. The club is like another part of the family.". Ryan Turner, 24, lives less than half-a-mile from Gigg Lane, home to Bury FC since 1885. His dad took him to his first match, against local rivals Bolton in 2002. They won and Ryan was hooked - a story that will resonate with millions of football fans. Seventeen years later and the club is in a deep financial crisis. Its first five games of the season have been suspended and it has a 23 August deadline to avoid expulsion from the English Football League. R... Full story

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