Apr 30 2011 By Greg Burns
GARY Waddock admitted he missed both of Ben Strevens' second-half goals at Bury because he was in the toilet.
The Blues boss was caught short on 63 minutes when the 30-year-old striker put Wanderers ahead and the superstitious chief relieved himself two minutes before the end only to return to realise Strevens had netted again.
Waddock said he might spend time in the Adams Park toilet on Saturday with the 3-1 win at Gigg Lane meaning a home win over Southend would see them promoted.
He said: "I missed both of Strevs' goals. For the first one I went in to the toilet to relieve myself and I said I would do the same thing and he scored again so I have to do it more often.
"So I am looking forward to the DVD."
Waddock admitted their comeback at Bury, their 10th on the road this term, was their best away performance of the season.
He said: "I thought we played really well. We didn't panic and the way we played in the second-half was a credit to the club.
"We have played well on the road and got some really good results but to come here and get a result is outstanding.
"You can go through the whole side because it was an outstanding performance. They have worked hard to get in that position and they deserve to be in this position.
"They have been calm and relaxed all week and we know we have got a good group of players and they showed that today.
"We had to come here and get a result and we knew that."
An army of 679 Blues fans made the trip to Greater Manchester and they were applauded by the Wanderers players at full-time.
Waddock said: "I have to thank the fans. To come here and out-sing the Bury fans celebrating promotion they were brilliant again today."