Bury chairman Stewart Day says it used to be as soon as now not a mistake to appoint Lee Clark as manager irrespective of sacking him after merely eight months in worth.
The Shakers appointed Clark in February after agreeing a compensation care for Scottish Premiership aspect Kilmarnock.
But the League One club sacked the 45-year-old on Monday after most efficient three wins in 16 league video video games.
“When Lee came in the remit was to keep us up, which he did. We got that right,” Day knowledgeable BBC Radio Manchester.
“This season we’ve were given been in a place to make stronger Lee and we introduced a lot of players in the summer which allowed us to reinvest the money once more into the squad.
“Sometimes you may now not get choices proper, however I feel the appointment we made intended there was once a lot of optimism in the summertime.”
Bury have been overwhelmed 1-Zero via Doncaster Rovers in their remaining game quicker than Clark’s sacking, their fourth successive defeat.
“There had been a lot of ideas in the summertime that we had been going to take a look at and achieve success and I do know the enthusiasts had been eager about the signings we introduced in,” Day continued.
“For some explanation why it merely hasn’t materialised onto the pitch and to get consistent and likely results.
“We’ve lost 10 games out of 16 and picking up nine wins out of 33 games just isn’t good enough for where we want to be so we’ve got to try and go forward and it’s about looking for the next person we can bring into the club to do that.”