Next Game: Pre-Season Friendly - Melksham Town Away on Saturday 7th July

Sunday, June 17, 2018

National North - Club By Club

Here's a quick look at clubs in the National League North as first published in the National League North website.

Now it's time to look at the Vanarama National League North - and it’s sure to be another eventful season in the league littered with big clubs and big crowds.
Here’s our club-by-club guide with how they fared last time out, and what they’ll be hoping to do when it all kicks off again in August.
AFC Telford United
(National League North: 14th)

New manager, new hope. Bucks fans will hope they can play a part at the other end of the National League North next season. Gavin Cowan is going about his business well. Dom Smith is a fine addition.
Alfreton Town
(National League North: 17th)

The wind of change has blown through the Impact Arena. New boss Billy Heath brings with him fresh ideas - and plenty of new players. He has managed many of them before and trusts his signings.
(Bostik Premier North: 1st)

Back after just a year, Alty believe relegation has made them stronger. Phil Parkinson has produced a quick and passionate team, easy-on-the-eye and one who may fancy another dabble at promotion.
Ashton United
(Evo-Stik NPL Premier play-off winners)

They could be next season’s mystery package - and they wouldn’t have it any other way. Going under the radar is the perfect way to handle the step up and Jody Banim has a squad full of grafters.
Boston United
(National League North: 9th)

Bigger things are expected next year with Craig Elliott not only improving the mood but having a good summer of business. Nathan Arnold has the potential be the best deal of them all. Blyth Spartans
(National League North: 10th)

Comfortable last season, and even failure to make the play-offs when it looked on for so long wouldn’t have frustrated fans too much. They probably weren’t ready to go up but the experience will help.
Brackley Town
(National League North: 3rd)

The loss of top scorer Aaron Williams will be felt, but with many of their FA Trophy winners vowing to return there’s no reason why the Saints can’t challenge again. Can Kevin Wilkin fill the goalscoring void?
Bradford (Park Avenue) AFC
(National League North: 7th)

New name, new badge and the great news… same manager. Mark Bower will take the team again next season after beating the odds to get into the play-offs.
(National League: 23rd)

What next for both club and new managers? Both have had highs and lows over the past few years but it’s certainly a big season for Chester and the pairing of Anthony Johnson and Bernard Morley after their Salford City exit.
(National League North: 6th)

Matt Jansen knows his team are improving season after season. But now the Magpies manager needs to answer a key question: how can they take the next step. Jansen is going for younger and fresher and Chorley should threaten again.
Curzon Ashton
(National League North: 18th)

John Flanagan will want more next season. Despite limited resources, he thinks his team are better than the side who hovered around the bottom three for so much of last term. Defenders Max Cartwright and Danny Morton should make them harder to beat.
(National League North: 12th)

The Quakers fans will think they now have an attack to be reckoned with. Reece Styche and Simon Ainge will surely cause real damage, and with goalscoring midfielder Jordan Nicholson now on board they will be considered contenders.
FC United of Manchester
(National League North: 16th)

After a season which saw unheard of change at FC United, all eyes will be on player-boss Tom Greaves and how he tackles his first summer in charge. Can they build on a solid first season under the striker?
(National League: 24th)

How do you recover from a torrid season to challenge at the top the next? Marcus Bignot and Russ O’Neill must come up with some answers. They don’t some good deals so far and cleared the decks - quality over quantity is required.
(Bostik Premier: 1st)

Three titles in a row, so can they make it four? Losing free-scoring John Mills won’t helping Peter Beadle’s rampaging Bulls but they have quality everywhere. The question is how big is the gap from the Southern League - and can they bridge it?
Kidderminster Harriers
(National League North: 4th)

They’ve lost two of their top performers of last season but the signing of striker Ashley Chambers is huge. A new manager, too. Neil MacFarlane takes his first managerial job as John Eustace heads to QPR.
(National League North: 19th)

Objective accomplished in season one. Safety was assured without a great struggle. Now Leamington want to take the next step. Paul Holleran must wheel-and-deal again but he knows the market well.
Nuneaton Town
(National League North: 13th)

The announcement on Saturday that the club are under new management surprised many. Gary Charles was out and Nicky Eaden would take his place. Filling the goals void left but Ashley Chambers is the biggest job.
(National League North: 15th)

Liam Watson is back - and the expert at winning the National League North says this year it’s an open division. Good signings added to last year’s improving squad should see Southport challenge.
Spennymoor Town
(National League North: 8th)

After just missing out on the play-offs in the first ever season in the division, Jason Ainsley will have eyes on going one better. So far so good - they’ve kept hold of their big names.
Stockport County
(National League North: 5th)

The early bookies favourites will have to do it without last year’s top performer Jimmy Ball. Captures including Nyal Bell, Ash Palmer and Jake Kirby, all giving fans belief this is their year.
York City
(National League North: 11th)

There pressure will be on to perform next season - missing out on the play-offs all together last time out what not expected. They will again be among the favourites and manager Martin Gray can’t afford to let the “disaster” of an final month run on into next season.

Derek Hall | Audio Interview : 1991-1994

The former Hereford United Midfielder joined me this morning. Derek currently lives in Adelaide, but we managed the 8 and a half hour time difference.

Find out:
*What he the thought of John Sillett
*How injuries hampered his first season at Edgar Street
*Respect for Greg Downs
*What it was like scoring at the Shay in the game that sent Halifax down to the GM Vauxhall Conference in 1993
*How he enjoyed scoring goals from midfield
*EXCLUSIVE Reveal - Why he left to go to Rochdale in 1994
*Returning to Edgar Street in front of  6,000 crowd, when he was use to playing in front of 1,700
*How Social Media keeps him in contact with former players
*Watching Hereford FC vs Fleetwood in Australia
*Will he ever come back to the UK

The best of Derek Hall.

Scoring against Halifax on the 8th May 1993.

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Saturday, June 16, 2018

From The Archives - Curzon Were Managed By Former Bull

Some years ago Curzon Aston, who are now in the National North league, were managed by a former Hereford United player.

This from Novenber 12th 2008

Romantic former Bull in charge of Cup Giantkillers

Gary Lowe now managing Curzon Aston was once a Hereford United player.

Lowe's name came into the news last weekend when his side defeated Exeter in the first round of the FA Cup. Their next tie is at Kidderminster.

Midfielder Lowe only played nine League games for the Bulls. He joined them from Manchester City and afterwards moved to Hong Kong.

"I always felt I just wasn't strong enough as a player," he said. "I didn't have enough desire or determination although ability-wise I was fine.

"Even at Hereford I struggled playing only 20 or so games before moving to Hong Kong, still as a pro, turning out for a team called Caroline Hill."

Lowe believes his 'football crazy' partner Anna-Maria is the club's secret weapon.

"She's not missed a home match this season and is a lucky charm not missing any of our FA Cup qualifying games against Runcorn, Leigh, Stocksbridge, Mosley, Hinckley and of course on Saturday against Exeter," Lowe told the Manchester Evening News.

How did they meet?

"It was a dream first date 12 years ago because he can cook and I love football so we had lots in common," said Anne-Maria.

"I thought he was big-headed at first when I saw him at Smokey's nightclub in Oldham and then by coincidence a week later at a bar in Ashton when his chat-up line was, `Why don't you give me a kiss?'

"When he starts dancing around shouting in the technical area I look away. I can't say too much, though, about his screaming and shouting because I'm worse."

Friday, June 15, 2018

Marley Watkins Signs For Bristol City


Former Hereford United player Marley Watkins has signed a three year deal with Bristol City.

The championship club has paid Norwich City £1M for his signature.

"Having worked with Marley before, I know he will add to our front foot and pressing style of play,"said manager Lee Johnson.

"His work rate is superb, he’s exactly the kind of player who we want at the club and we welcome him to the Bristol City family."

News Round Up

Striker Macaulay Langstaff is delighted to be joining a 'massive football club' after signing for York City from National League outfit Gateshead - the fourth player to make the switch this summer. Langstaff spent 18 months at The Heed but told York's official YouTube channel that everyone he spoke to said good things about York and the move is a new challenge for the 21-year old. 

Barrow's managing director has told the North West Evening Mail the club are interested in former Bull Kingsley James after he spent the latter part of last season on loan at The Bluebirds. As a result of Chester's financial issues, James was shipped out on loan, but Barrow's chief scout is looking at him returning. 

League Two side Stevenage have completed the signing of midfielder Emmanuel Sonupé from Kidderminster HarriersThe 22-year old scored 15 times last season as Kiddy made it to the National League North play-offs.

Former Bull Chris Sharp has signed for Curzon Ashton following his release from fellow National League North side Alfreton Town. When the signing was announced at the end of May, manager John Flanagan told the club's official website he's had his eye on Sharp as he's a big lad, powerful, aggressive and deceptively quick.
Meanwhile, work on the club's new 3G surface is underway and the club say it's on track to be ready for the start of the season.

Hereford say they are 'delighted' that RRA Architects will continue to be shorts sponsors for next season. Managing director of the firm, Mark Powles, told the official website that Hereford have shown incredible resilience and the fans show genuine community spirit, so the company is very proud to be associated with such a great club.

Stockport 'Favourites' To Lift National North Title

Stockport County are favourites to lift the National North title this coming season according to BetVictor.

Managed by Jim Gannon, who has extensive knowledge of the National Leagues, they are currently 4-1.

York City are 5-1.

Hereford FC are 8/1.

Can You Help At Edgar Street Today?

Volunteers are wanted at Edgar Street today to help spruce up the stadium in advance of the forthcoming season.

If you are available anytime between 10am and 4pm please call in at the club office. No need to bring anything, all tools and materials required will be provided.

More details: 

Thursday, June 14, 2018

I Wanted A Slight Increase But It Didn't Come Said Mills

Striker John Mills has told the Hereford Times that he didn't want to leave Edgar Street but is now looking for a new challenge.

"I didn't want to leave but a couple of circumstances meant that I had to do something I didn't want to do and I'm now looking forward to a new challenge," said Mills.

 "Obviously I want to play as high as I can and I have had offers in and around the level Hereford have gone up to.

"I wanted a slight increase but it didn't come. I haven't asked for anything ridiculous just something I feel I deserve. I've been here three years so it was an amount I felt was right, but it wasn't in the budget."

Mills said that Hereford being in the National North was an obstacle especially with Pablo Haysham leaving as they are both Oxford based.

Throwback Thursday | Charlton Athletic 3-1 Hereford United - 20th September 1989 - League Cup

After dispatching Torquay in the previous round. Hereford travelled to Selhurst Park (Groundshare with Crystal Palace) to play top flight Charlton Athletic.
Tony Elliott was injured, so 17 year old YTS Goalkeeper Marcus Priday made his debut. Richard Jones put Hereford ahead from the penalty spot, but then the home side took control.
1 Marcus Priday
2 Mark A Jones
3 Brett Williams
4 Mel Pejic
5 Darren Peacock
6 Russell Bradley
7 Richard Jones
8 Jon Narbett
9 Colin Robinson
10 Ian Benbow
11 Paul Tester
Subs Steve Devine, Mark Jones
Attendance 3,618
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Attendance 3,618

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Gloucester Sign Page and Deaman

Jack Deaman
Two former Hereford FC players are joining Gloucester City.

Adam Page and Jack Deaman along with Mat Liddiard have agreed deals for the 2018/19 season.

"We’ve been a little quiet in comparison to other clubs so far but it was imperative that we take our time and sign the right sort of players," saod manager Marc Richards.

"I obviously know all three lads from their previous spells with us and they are returning to the Club already understanding the mentality and what it takes to play for Gloucester City.

"I’m delighted to be able to welcome Adam, Jack and Mat back and as I’ve said before, we are a Club that values not just ability but the right attitude and these lads have both in abundance."

Volunteers Wanted At Edgar Street Today


Volunteers are wanted at Edgar Street today to help spruce up the stadium in advance of the forthcoming season.

If you are available anytime between 10am and 4pm please call in at the club office. No need to bring anything, all tools and materials required will be provided.

More details: 

Meanwhile the club shop is open today and they have a fantastic Father's Day gift set (Hereford FC picture) - all for just £20!

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Uddin At Edgar Street Today

Former Hereford United player Anwar Uddin was back at Edgar Street today.

Currently he is Diversity and Campaigns Manager for the FSF working in partnership with the Kick It Out Campaign.

 Loved being back at Edgar Street today, always a decent atmosphere here playing for & against 👏 great to meet with the club & discussing & the good work the club are doing with the community & fans.

Trophy Campaign Starts on November 24th

Hereford FC are set to begin their FA Trophy campaign on Saturday November 24th this coming season.

They will enter the competition at the third qualifying round stage.

Last season they started in the first qualifying round with a home win over Weymouth.

Bulls Sign Young Midfielder

Callum Sainty (left) in action for Barry Town

Young midfielder Callum Sainty has signed for Hereford from Barry Town.
The 22-year-old has spent the last two and a half season with the South Wales side.
Manager Pete Beadle admits Sainty is probably an unknown name to many, but the club kept an eye on him last season, and are delighted to bring him in.
Pete Beadle told the official site: “He’s a great age and a very good prospect, if he can fulfil perhaps 75% of his potential then he will be a very good player. He’s a raw talent, but it’s exciting to get him in, and if he can continue to develop as he has over the past couple of years then we will have a decent player on our hands.“

Myrie-Williams Signs On


Jennison Myrie-Williams has extended his stay at Edgar Street after agreeing terms for the 2018/19 season.

Manager Peter Beadle is delighted that Myrie-Williams has agreed a new deal.

"He’s been away on holiday for the last few weeks, so we’ve only just been able to sit down with him, but he’s really keen to stay with us," said Beadle as reported by the OS.


News Round Up

Vanarama have extended title sponsorship with the National League for another three years across the three divisions. Brain Barwick, chairman of the National League, says they're proud to announce the renewal deal and look forward to continuing the unique and highly rewarding partnership.

Hereford chairman Ken Kinnersley said it was a proud moment when the Bulls were formally accepted as a member of the National League North. Speaking to the offical site he also said that a number of clubs congratulated Hereford on the last three seasons and had been keeping an eye on their results. 

Met Police FC have made their final comments about the FA's decision to laterally transfer them to the Southern League in Step Three. The club's appeal was rejected and they say in a statement 'we are left to conclude that half a dozen fans could have worked this out on the back of a fag packet one Friday evening down the pub'.

There are reports that Middlesbrough are interested in Darlington defender Josh Heaton. The Daily Mail reports that the 21-year old is also being linked with a move to Everton after impressing during the V9 Academy which was set up by Jamie Vardy to give non-profit players a chance to impress.

Monday, June 11, 2018

News Round Up

Wimbledon striker Lyle Taylor is reported to wanted by several clubs after failing to agree a new deal. Taylor played eight games for Hereford United on loan from Bournemouth in early 2012.

The teams who finished highest in the National League but failed to secure promotion have been selected to take part in the Scottish Challenge Cup. Boreham Wood and Sutton United will join six other non-Scottish sides in next season's competition, with Scottish Professional Football League chief executive Neil Doncaster hoping to develop a positive relationship with their counterparts in England, similar to those from the leagues in Northern Ireland, Wales and the Republic of Ireland.

Former Hereford United defender Tyler Weir has signed for Westfields. He joins a number of former Hereford United and Hereford FC players at the club.

Help Tidy Edgar Street

Hereford FC are looking for volunteers to help tidy up Edgar Street for the forthcomimg season.

This from Hereford FC:

We’re looking for fans to volunteer over the coming weeks, helping with painting and general ground maintenance tasks around the stadium.
Each season a number of fans volunteer their time to help give Edgar Street a spruce up ready for the new season, they’ve already started this year, with work currently concentrating on the Meadow End and Len Weston Terraces.
Any supporters wanting to help are asked to call into the club office on either a Wednesday or Friday between 10am-4pm throughout the close season. You can volunteer any amount of time that you wish, from half an hour to a full day – many hands make light work!
Volunteers play a vital role in the running of the club, and this painting and tidying work is key to helping us make Edgar Street as smart and tidy as possible ahead of the new season.
If you’d like any more information please email
All tools and materials for the jobs will be provided.

FA Increase Cup Prize Fund

The FA Cup Prize Fund for next season has been increased.

Hereford are expected to enter at the Second Qualifying Round Stage which will take place sometime in September.

2Q Round £9000
3Q Round £15000
4Q Round £25000
First Round £36000
Second Round £54000
Third Round £135000

Sunday, June 10, 2018

Haysham & Mills night: SOLD-OUT

Following unprecedented demand this afternoon the Evening of Soccer with Pablo Haysham and John Mills on Wednesday, 27th June 2018 is now SOLD-OUT.

The event at the Rankin Club in Corn Square, Leominster is the latest in a series of sports talks with many Hereford supporters keen to say a final farewell to the Bulls’ duo who have enjoyed unrivalled success at Edgar Street over the last three seasons.

A waiting list for any ticket returns or cancellations is now in place, so should any fans wish to add their name to this list they can do so by emailing their details to 

Another similar function at the Rankin Club is set for Monday, 16th July when Billy Tucker, Dudley Tyler & Peter Timms will be the legendary guests. 

Ticket sales arrangements will be announced soon.

Ryan Green | Q&A Interview

The Your Herefordshire website has recently uploaded a Q&A interview with Ryan Green. The delay in him signing a new contract is explained by clicking on the below link.

Murray Fishlock | Audio Interview

Tonight's guest is Murray Fishlock. The popular left back joined Hereford from Non League Trowbridge in September 1994, and remained at Edgar Street for four seasons. He now lives in Brighton and works for the Football Foundation.

Find out:
*How he was thrown in at the deep end to make his Hereford debut
*Playing against Stan Collymore in his 2nd match
*The goalscoring prowess of Steve White
*What he thought of John Layton and Graham Turner
*Play off disappointment against Darlington
*Why he felt we went down in 1997
*The culture shock that was the GM Vauxhall Conference

Murray scores against Cambridge in 1995.

*Apologises for the crackly telephone line.

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National League AGM

The National League AGM was held at Celtic Manor this weekend.

A few points from the meeting.

Vanarama have agreed to extend their sponsorship of the competition for a further three years.

BT have agreed a new three deal broadcast deal. Viewing figures for live games have increased by 55% compared with two seasons ago.

Attendances last season at over 1.9M were the best for ten years.

Fixtures will be released on July 4th and the season will commence on Saturday August 4th. It will end on Saturday April 27th.

Say Farewell to Haysham & Mills

Former Hereford favourites Pablo Haysham & John Mills are coming back to the county later this month, and there are a handful of tickets left for the near-sell-out event.
The ex-Bulls duo are holding an ‘Evening of Soccer’ at the Rankin Club, Corn Square, Leominster on Wednesday, 27th June, starting at 8pm.
Tickets are priced at £10 which includes a half-time buffet, and entry into the night’s raffle. 
Both players are looking forward to meeting up with Hereford supporters for the very last time, and will be pleased to sign autographs and memorabilia as they share their thoughts on an amazing three year spell at Edgar Street.
Doors open at 7pm, with the evening commencing at 8pm, with tickets available on a first-come, first served basis by emailing:
Once ordered supporters will receive an email confirming a specific ticket number, and payment details, but don’t leave it too late as demand has been high and we may have to place some fans on a waiting list for returns/cancellations once the venue capacity has been reached.
Last year highly entertaining evenings saw legends Ben Smith, Dixie McNeil, Tommy Hughes, Rob Purdie, Gareth Davies and Tony James all in top form at the same venue.
Watch out for details of a further summer event in July which will feature Dudley Tyler, Peter Timms and Billy Tucker.

Saturday, June 09, 2018

Ballot Time For HUST Members

HUST are holding a ballot of its members over a number of issues concerning Hereford FC's Articles of Association.

The ballot is taking place after several ideas were put forward at the HUST 2017 AGM.

The ballots are on the following issues:

1 - Should HUST propose that the number of HFC Directors be increased to 8 and the number of HUST Nominated Directors be increased to 4 upon the completion of the purchase of 289,000 A Ordinary Shares by HUST?

2 - Should HUST propose that the club should remain based at Edgar Street unless agreed otherwise by shareholders by way of a special resolution?

3 - Should HUST propose that the name of the football club shall be Hereford FC unless agreed otherwise by shareholders by way of a special resolution?

4 - Should HUST propose that the primary colours of the club home strip be black and white unless agreed otherwise by shareholders by way of a special resolution? 

If there is a majority of votes in favour of any or all of the issues then HUST, through its Hereford FC board members, will propose the changes to the club.  

The deadline for voting is July 6th at 4pm.

Weekend Picture Teaser


Here's another picture teaser.

Where did this game take place and what was the final score?


Meanwhile our previous picture teaser was all about the players having suits from Asda. In the picture was keeper Mike Ingram and coach John Trewick.

This from January 26th 2008:

The Hereford United squad (click photo to enlarge) will be looking much smarter when travelling to and from games and it's all because of Asda.

The superstore, which has been open at Belmont for a year, has presented the whole of the Hereford United squad with new shirts, ties and suits.

The gesture has co-incided with the Bulls FA Cup run which continues with the visit of Cardiff City to Edgar Street.

Below is the press release from Asda.

ASDA Hereford has scored with some very special customers and teamed up with Hereford United FC, dressing them in great value suits from Asda’s ‘George’ fashion range.

Hereford United have more than 20 games still to play this season and Asda Hereford is making sure that the team will be dressed to impress at every one.

June Thurston, events co-ordinator at ASDA Hereford, comments: "We’ll all be supporting Hereford United during their bid for promotion to League One this season. We’re sure the boys will do the city of Hereford proud and we’re more than happy to make sure that the players will be looking their best in George suits.

"The England football team might get Armani but Hereford United FC look fantastic in George!"

Friday, June 08, 2018

News Round Up

Former Hereford United defender John McCombe is Boston United's fifth signing of the summer. The 33-year old joins the club from Harrogate Town where he helped them secure promotion last season from the National League North. McCombe spent one season at Edgar Street where he made 27 league appearances for the Whites and scored in the 2-0 FA Cup win against Hartlepool United, but wasn't offered a new deal in the summer of 2008.

Matt Gardiner, who had a spell at Hereford United in 2001, has been appointed assistant coach at QPR. Gardiner rejoins John Eustace with the pair at the helm of Kidderminster Harriers for the past two seasons. The 44-year old told QPR's website the Championship club have a lot of gifted youngsters who are breaking into the first team so it’s a very exciting time to be joining.

Oxford-based Pablo Haysham has told the Hereford Times it's been an honour to play for the Bulls, but the travelling from next season would be too much with the other commitments in his life. Haysham said the last two weeks have been difficult and emotional, but he's had the best three years that he could ever have hoped for. 
It was announced earlier this week that Haysham has signed for Southern Premier League new-comers Salisbury, while John Mills also announced he was leaving the club yesterday.

Chester's new joint bosses Anthony Johnson and Bernard Morley have been 'stunned and humbled' by the response of the club's supporters since their appointment. The pair met with some supporters at a City Fans United meeting and according the Chester Chronicle Johnson believes it's time to draw a line under last season and time for a 'clean slate' for the club.

AFC Telford United are keen to keep hold of two of their star players from last season, but manager Gavin Cowan says it need to be something that suits the players as well as the club. The Shropshire Star say the Bucks are in talks to keep Elliot Newby at the club while waiting to hear back on a contract offer to Dom Smith. The 22-year old winger scored seven goals in 38 appearances last season, while defender Smith, who's previously been on the books at Shrewsbury, ended the season strongly.

Season Tickets Continue To Sell Well

Hereford FC season tickets continue to sell well.

Over 30 were sold to supporters at the club today. That's in addition to online sales.

Total sales are now approaching 1000.

Thursday, June 07, 2018

The Best Of Mills

With the news that John Mills is leaving Hereford, here's a look back at some of the many pictures of the striker who scored 140 goals in three seasons.












John Mills On The Move? 'All Good Things Must Come To An End'

As speculation continues about John Mills' future at Edgar Street, he's posted on Instagram that 'all good things must come to an end'. 

The post, which features a number of pictures from over his three year stay, seemingly calls time on his playing career at Hereford.

The striker posted on Instagram: "What a 3 years it’s been! Without doubt the best 3 years of my life on and off the pitch.. but unfortunately all good things must come to an end, even if it is the club I never wanted to leave! 

"It’s been an honour to represent Hereford FC to 3 consecutive league titles, a Wembley appearance and to the FA Cup second round live on TV! I’ve loved every minute of it and wouldn’t change it for the world! 

"I’m immensely proud of what I’ve done on a personal level but most importantly as a team.. I appreciate everything the fans have done for me, and I hope they appreciate what we’ve done for them.. I have no doubt they will go from strength to strength in the next few years and will watch with an eager eye! 

"I leave with 140 goals in 3 seasons.. All the best everyone at Edgar Street! ⚽️❤️❤️"

What a 3 years it’s been! Without doubt the best 3 years of my life on and off the pitch.. but unfortunately all good things must come to an end, even if it is the club I never wanted to leave! It’s been an honour to represent Hereford FC to 3 consecutive league titles, a Wembley appearance and to the FA Cup second round live on TV! I’ve loved every minute of it and wouldn’t change it for the world! I’m immensely proud of what I’ve done on a personal level but most importantly as a team.. I appreciate everything the fans have done for me, and I hope they appreciate what we’ve done for them.. I have no doubt they will go from strength to strength in the next few years and will watch with an eager eye! I leave with 140 goals in 3 seasons.. All the best everyone at Edgar Street! ⚽️❤️❤️
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