BURY’s recent expulsion from the Football League was a reminder that the overall state of English football is not as resilient as top Premier League income streams would have you believe. The reality is that many clubs still live hand-to-mouth and revenues at the lower end of the 92-club structure are merely a fraction of what the likes of Manchester United and Liverpool enjoy. Mismanagement is one thing and clubs need to do more due diligence on who they get to run their clubs, but why should any new owner continue to plough money into a lost cause? That’s not to say that benefactors who promise the earth shouldn’t try to fulfil the claim they made when taking over a club, but if the…