Popular keeper hangs up his gloves

VETERAN Bury Town and ex-AFC Sudbury goalkeeper Dean Greygoose has decided to hang up his gloves after 27 years in the game.The 44-year-old shot-stopper who joined the Blues in 2006, will remain at Ram Meadow as goalkeeping coach and will combine this with a joint-manager role for Ridgeons League side Team Bury alongside Neil Reader.

VETERAN Bury Town and ex-AFC Sudbury goalkeeper Dean Greygoose has decided to hang up his gloves after 27 years in the game.

The 44-year-old shot-stopper who joined the Blues in 2006, will remain at Ram Meadow as goalkeeping coach and will combine this with a joint-manager role for Ridgeons League side Team Bury alongside Neil Reader.

Greygoose said: "I just felt that enough was enough. I have loved my time as a player at Bury, but after suffering from a long knee injury last season I just felt the time was right to start my management career."


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