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Discussion in 'EFL One, Two and Non-League' started by Panja, Mar 23, 2016.
Hereford lost 4-2.
It was a big ask. They can concentrate on just winning the double now..
It would appear the Bulls' fans see red now and again?
Club ‘Hugely Disappointed’ By New FA Investigation And Complaints About Fans’ Behaviour | Hereford FC - The official website of Hereford FC
Its inevitable that when they travel East towads civilisation they get a little bit excited what with all the buildings and cars. Many of them have only ever seen this World on the TV (thats if thier particular village has one). Many of them are drunk on Cider that they have made themselves in an old bucket.
Hereford lost 4-3 yesterday in the FA trophy away at Salisbury. That's two defeats in a week in cup competitions after Tonbridge ended the Bulls' dream of meeting a Premiership club in the later stages of the FA cup. That's the bad news, the good news is that Hereford can concentrate on winning the Southern Division 1 South & West at the first time of asking. The next step in achieving that will be on Tuesday night when they host the Rovers of Paulton FC.
As a footnote, the crowd at Salisbury was as usual a bumper one, some 700 up on Salisbury's average of 450. Rumours of a hot dog stand being turned over and a Tesco brand of mustard being thrown at the home dug out are yet to be confirmed.
Top of the table clash tomorrow when second placed Shortwood (are the next victims) visit Edgar Street to take on the juggernaut that is Hereford FC. Nine points separate the two teams as the Bulls look to extend their lead at the top of a division with a very long name. Due to the fixture coinciding with the international break, a bumper crowd is expected with supporters of West Brom actively encouraging fans to go see what all the fuss about, and that can only be a good thing for football at this level.
Another win, ten points clear at the top already, the table could look ugly by the end of the season..
Hereford did a Liverpool on Tuesday night, coming back from a half time deficit of 3-0 to draw 3-3 by game's end. Ten points clear after 19 games, still unbeaten and their away record of avoiding defeat now stretches back to the Jurassic period..
24 games in, 13 points clear, their average attendance is some 2,739 in a league where the second highest attendance is a little over 600.
They're going up is what I'm saying..
15 points clear. The gap is getting canyon-esque..
Hereford won 4-0 on Saturday and are the champions.
They should be playing my local club, King's Lynn Town, next season, unless Lynn get moved at the FA allocations meeting (which is always a possibility knowing their recent history). Delighted to see a proper club heading back up the ladder.