Knill salutes resolute Shakers

20 January 2010 11:16
Mike Jones gave the hosts a 17th-minute lead which was cancelled out six minutes later by an Efe Sodje own goal.[LNB]Ryan Lowe then claimed his 10th of the season with a 32nd-minute penalty before struggling Bradford bossed the second half. But Bury stood firm to back up Saturday's win at second-placed Bournemouth and climb into the automatic promotion places for the first time this season.[LNB]"It was really important to build on Saturday and a really tough game," Knill said.[LNB]"They caused us a few problems and the first half was so open, so full credit to them.[LNB]"The most important thing is I don't think we played particularly well but we got the three points.[LNB]"And it's probably the first time we've had to do that this season - we've always had to play really well to win. We're enjoying it as much as we can right now but the hard work starts again and I suppose we're up there to be shot at."[LNB][LNB]

Source: Team_Talk