The 2015-16 Football League season came to a close on Sunday (8 May 2016), and those of us whose youth is but a distant memory have been made to feel just a little bit older.
Midfielder Callum Styles was selected on Bury's subs bench for the first time in their League One game against Southend United at the JD Stadium.
He substituted Anthony Dudley in the 75th minute to become the first player born in the 21st century to appear in England's top four divisions.
Callum's Shakers youth team colleague Rob Harker, who was also born in March 2000, was selected on Bury's bench for the League One game against Bradford City on 5 March 2016 but did not come on.
Bury ended the campaign on a high note with a 3-2 win against Southend featuring
Updated 10th May 2016 at 01:09 PM by Veritas
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