Monday, October 18, 2021

It's Alfreton On Saturday

Hereford FC's next league game is at Alfreton on Saturday.

Admission Details:

Adult - £15 (all under 16s with a paying adult are free of charge)
Concession (aged 65 and over) - £10
16-21 years-old - £10
Student - £10
12-15 years-old - £3
Under 12s must be accompanied by an adult to gain entry

Parking:

Pay and display parking is available on Rogers Lane DE55 7FF and also at Severn Square, DE55 7BT, both are a 5-10 minute walk from the arena.

Food and Drink:

The reds bar is open to both home and away supporters (unless segregation is in place) at the moment we can only accept cash.

Supporters Coach:

Leaves Edgar Street at 10.15am. Cost is £20.

To book: https://hereford-fc.myshopify.com/collections/away-travel


Sunday, October 17, 2021

Four Goals For Morris As Young Bulls Win

 

Hereford FC under 18's played their fifth league game of the season yesterday morning at Victoria Park.

And it was back to winning ways for the Young Bulls after a defeat and a draw.

Striker Harley Morris (pictured) scored four of Hereford's goals, three of them in the space of seven minutes in the first half. William Goodman scored the other Hereford goal.

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Second Half Pictures From Hereford V Solihull

A selection of pictures from the second half of yesterday's FA Cup game between Hereford and Solihull Moors.











Hereford v Solihull Match Pictures

A selection of pictures from yesterday's FA Cup game between Hereford and Solihull Moors.

These from the first half.









Highlights From Hereford 's Exit Out Of FA Cup


14 minutes of video from yesterday's FA Cup tie between Hereford and Solihull Moors.

https://twitter.com/FootieInAction/status/1449418671533793281

It's Bromyard On Tuesday Evening

With Hereford out of the FA Cup, another Cup competition starts on Tuesday evening when the Bulls play Bromyard in the HFA County Challenge Cup. Kick-off is at 7.45pm.

After yesterday's game manager Josh Gowling was asked who might play in his team on Tuesday.

"We will be playing a strong side," said Gowling.

"There are lads who have not played minutes so we'll probably have eight or nine of the first team players playing because we need to win games, we need to score goals and the lads need minutes.

"We want to win games of football, it doesn't matter who we are playing against.

"And it's here and we want to get a run going here which we haven't yet so we see it as a serious game." 

One player unlikely to start is Brandon Hall who is still recovering from a knock he received at York last month.

"He's not training yet but we've got a keeper (Jordan Wright) in from Forest and he's been brilliant so far.

"It's gives us a bit of time, a bit of leeway, to get Brandon fit again." 

One other decision that will need to be taken in the next few days is whether Ollie Hulbert's loan will be extended as, otherwise, yesterday was his last game for Hereford.

 

ON THIS DAY 1992 | Hereford United 3-1 Torquay United

The Bulls claimed a well deserved first home victory of the season. Goals from Derek Hall, Marcus Browning and Owen Pickard sealed the points. The late Justin Fashanu lined up for Torquay that afternoon.

Click to view -> Hereford United 3-1 Torquay United - 17th October 1992 - YouTube



Owen-Evans Brought Down Just Outside The Box

Towards the end of the first half of yesterday's FA Cup tie between Hereford and Solihull, Tom Owen-Evans was brought down just outside the box. A free kick was given but it went just over the bar.







 

Saturday, October 16, 2021

Owen-Evans On The Charge

A fine run from Hereford's Tom Owen-Evans in this afternoon's FA Cup tie saw a defender fall to the ground. But did he dive?








 

Kouyhar Drives Forward

Hereford's Maziar Kouyhar pictured going forward in this afternoon Cup game with Solihull players finding it difficult to stop him.







 

Before Kick-Off At Edgar Street

A selection of photos taken before kick-off in this afternoon FA Cup tie.










We Feel Robbed Said Pinchard


Hereford's Harry Pinchard spoke to the local media after the FA Cup exit at Edgar Street this afternoon. Solihull won the game 1-0 but some thought their was a hand ball in the run up to their goal.

"We feel robbed to be fair," said Pinchard.

"We didn't create that many clear cut chances but we had complete control of the game so a sore one to take."

Pinchard had a 'tremendous effort' saved by Ryan Boot.

"The boys were saying it was really close but it happens in football, fine margins. Hopefully one will go on soon.

"They weren't coming back into the game if we scored, no chance."

Pinchard said he didn't see their goal.

"I didn't really see it, I was out far for their short corner and apparantly it hit his hand, it looked really scruffy.

"We see it every week, we've been playing well and we know we've got really good players.

"We just need to start scoring goals and we'll be flying. It will come very soon.

"We played them off the park today and they are a league above and they're up their in the league above.

"It's nice to have a go against teams higher up and I felt we were the better team. That says it all really.

"One will drop to us soon and then we'll go on a good run.

"If we play like we've done today then I think we will blow them (Alfreton) away next week."

Pinchard spoke about his new contract with Hereford until the end of next season.

"I signed a non-contract at the start of the season, I had come back from America and I was trying to get back fit.

"The gaffer said to the board that he wanted to offer me a proper contract. 

"Very happy with that, I love it here.

"I love playing in front of the fans and it's really big club and I'm developing every day."

We Took The Goal When It Came Said Ardley


After Solihull Moors progressed in the FA Cup this afternoon against Hereford, their manager Neal Ardley spoke about the tie.

"Hereford, I thought, had a game plan probably to play against a 3/5/2 and then we changed our shape slightly, but I thought they adapted well." said Ardley.

"And in the second half we knew they were going to try and throw everything at us and they did with pressure.

"But I think when I look back at it they had one clear cut chance in the first half and the rest was all nearly stuff, crosses in the box which we dealt with.

"They didn't actually open us up, we had a lot of good blocks around the edge of the box.

"And when I look back at our chances, we had one in the first half we should have scored from, we probably had two or three really good chances in the game.

"It was a scrappy cup tie, it was tough, we had to hang on in there, we had to show resilance, manage the game, took the goal when it came and we've come away and we're still in the FA Cup."