There are a number of clubs that always sail close to the wind and if Bury do fold there will be a few nervous Boards around the Country.
One of the issues with increasing the trickle of money down from the top end is that the some will use the money to improve facilities and make their clubs more sustainable for the long term future whilst others will shell out on a few "marquee" signings and some new buckets to rattle as and when needed.
Money from the top could be linked to attendances, balance sheets, adherence to FFP rules - there needs to be something other than just the league you are in.
Exeter - one of the clubs renowned for being financially sound are up against Salford this season. Salford are paying higher wages than Blackburn and Charlton but without the Football income to support it. Should both "clubs" be treated the same?