Feb 8 2014 by Nick Hilton, Sat WIR
JEAN-LOUIS AKPA AKPRO finally got into action for Bury with two games in four days.
The French front man, who has joined the Shakers on loan from Tranmere, started the 1-0 win over Wycombe Wanderers last Saturday and played the first 74 minutes of the 1-1 draw at home to Oxford United in midweek.
ADAM McGURK ended a drought by scoring his first goal since November to rescue a point for Burton Albion in the 1-1 draw at home to Exeter City.
The former Tranmere striker admitted: “I hadn’t scored for I don’t know how many games and it was playing on my mind. Hopefully now I can get a little run going and get back up the scoring charts.”
McGurk, 25, joined Burton in the summer and now has nine goals in 30 first team appearances for the Brewers this season. He left Tranmere after three seasons in which he played 89 games and scored 12 goals.