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Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Press Call For Hereford At Wembley


Both Hereford FC and Morpeth FC were involved in a media day at Wembley today.

And this evening BBC Midlands Today had an item on Hereford's day at the stadium.

"We're just nine months into our first full year as a football club and to achieve what we've done already is pretty much a fairy tale to be where we are today," said manager Peter Beadle.

Along with Beadle was Pablo Haysham and Joel Edwards.

"When you get to a certain point in your football and accept what is happening, I think it's everyones dream to play at this stadium," said Haysham.

"It's known all around the world not just in this country so looking forward to the day and wishing it would hurry up"

Captain Joel Edwards was asked how much it would mean to him to lift the trophy on Sunday.

"I can't even put it into words," said Edwards.

"Obviously my family and friends have been so supportive, the fans deserve it, myself and my team-mates and everyone involved with the club deserve it.

"I hope we do it, we'll have to see on the day." 

Around 19,000 Hereford fans expected to watch the game.

"To have a team that plays in the way that the Hereford people have grown up watching Hereford play and also having players they know they can rely on no matter what they are going to put a shift in and they are going to work hard and play for that shirt and they wear it with pride," said Beadle.

"And I think that's what keeps people coming back."