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Friday, May 25, 2018

News Round Up




AFC Telford United have confirmed they will remain part-time with chairman Andy Pryce in no rush to make the switch to full-time. In a statement Pryce said the club's current level of income and investment means it's not possible. The club have however introduced a training session on a Monday morning which they say will allow Gavin Cowan and his management team valuable extra time to work with the new squad. 

Hereford say they are backing Dementia Awareness Week and have been working with Alzheimer’s UK to provide a safe environment for Bulls fans living with Dementia. General Manager James Watts told the official site the Disabled Supporters Association is growing all the time he's pleased with the positive reaction so far.

Former Bulls player Alex Harris has become Cinderford Town's first signing of the summer. Harris was released by the Bulls in January before joined neighbours Westfields. In a previous spell at the club, he was named their Player of the Year and also set a Southern League record for the most clean sheets. 

Kidderminster Harriers defender Fraser Horsfall will be in international action this weekend with England C. The Three Lions face the Football Association of Ireland Amateur XI in Dublin on Sunday, May 27th. This will be Horsfall’s second appearance for the Paul Fairclough’s squad, having featured in a 3-2 victory against Wales in March 2018.

There will be an opening meeting where Nuneaton Borough Supporters Co-operative are to set our their plans to buy the club to secure its future. It's the groups' 'Plan B' option after their attempt to form a consortium with 'interested' local parties failed. Chairman Lee Thorn has already announced he plans to sell the club and its ground.

Alfreton Town have released 13 players, but recently-installed manager Billy Heath has already made 11 new signings. Former Hereford players Luis Morrison (2014/15), Chris Sharp (2013-2014) and James Baxendale (2012) are among those released.