Monday, December 03, 2012
Martin Foyle spoke to ESPN after the live match between Cheltenham Town and Hereford United, which ended 1-1 at Whaddon Road.
"It's another replay and some more much needed money in the coffers. Times have been very hard but as you can see from the players, they're all fully committed. They deserve a pat on the back, thought we played some really good stuff
Speaking about the first goal, Foyle commented, "McGlashan is a good player. He got inside Joe (Heath) and it was a good finish. Joe's learning, had alot of injuries and he's just finding his feet again.
But Hereford soon levelled, and the manager was delighted, "Great reaction. Wasn't planned. We were looking for a foothold in the game. Ryan has been an unsung hero, it was a gamble but he can play that one man role. Great celebrations behind the goal
Foyle then spoke about Harry Pell, who was outstanding throughout, winning the ESPN man of the match, "He's only 20. Raw. But certainly up for it, great energy and broke from that midfield area. Just needs to get goals in his game and to keep things simple, he'll be a decent player."
Colin Addison was one of the analysts for ESPN and was delighted with the result and full of praise for the work that Foyle has been doing in difficult circumstances.
Both Harry Pell and Josh O'Keefe were also interviewed by the television station, with Pell confident that Hereford can overcome the Robins in the replay at Edgar Street.