Sunday, June 03, 2012
Today's Non-League Paper carries an interview with new Bulls boss Martin Foyle.
He tells them he had a stint coaching with Dave Penney, his boss at Bristol Rovers, in Kurdistan and had an offer to return there, and another job in America, before opting to join up with the Bulls:
"I was all set to go to America when I got the call to meet Hereford last week. I met the Chairman and I thought about it over the weekend. This is where I want to be. I know the Conference and know what it takes to build a club back up again."
The paper reports that the budget Foyle will work with is less than half that of last season: "The budget is tight and we're going to have to build a club from top to bottom.
"Sometimes that's good though, because you can get a lot of satisfaction from that and as we've seen with York, you have a cup run or sell a player, and suddenly you can kick on even more."
"It's hard to say what expectations are because I've got no strikers at the moment. Gary Peters is away so we'll speak when he gets back and see who becomes available. There's already a couple we've got lined up.
"The chairman has said mid-table, which is fair enough. But you always want to do better than that."
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