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Saturday, November 24, 2007

Frustrating Draw said Bulls Coach

Speaking after today's game Hereford United coach John Trewick thought that Accrington's game plan of three at the back and five across the middle of the park had stopped the Bulls from playing their passing game.

"It was a bit hit and miss today. We still created one or two opportunities to have maybe scored. If you can't win take a point. It keeps us ticking over," Trewick told BBC Hereford and Worcester.

The coach was critical of referee Trevor Kettle.

"I think there were several advantages he could have played. I feel he could have stamped down on one or two of their challenges earlier in the game because it allowed the opposition to keep fouling. That's what they did. They were getting very very tight, committing fouls, breaking up the play, difficult to get any real rhythm going."

Asked if there was any hang-over from the Leeds match Trewick replied saying he didn't think so.

"We've put that behind us. I think the atmosphere was always going to be different. Accrington doesn't conjour up the same images as Leeds. It always a case that sometimes after the Lord Major's Show you have to grind out results."