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PREVIEW | Bulls Bursting To Get Back Into Action

14th March 2019 by Andy Poole - Latest News,Preview,Uncategorised

THE BULLS are bursting to get back into action and build upon our impressive second half showing against Darlington last weekend after the wet weather halted us in our tracks with the postponement of Tuesday evening’s game against Brackley Town.

On Saturday we head to Alfreton Town on the back of just one defeat from our last nine games, of which we are unbeaten in our last five outings.

We face an Alfreton side that are also showing good form of their own with four straight wins – beating Chorley (2-1) and Ashton United (2-0) at home and Guiseley (1-0) and Nuneaton Borough (2-1) on their travels.

They sit in the middle of the table, in 11th position, with 46 points from their 34 League games, seven more points than us having played a game more. It is interesting to note that 26 of those points have come on the road as opposed to 20 on home soil from five wins and five draws.

They returned pointless from their trip to Edgar Street at the start of December as Mike Symons gave us a first half lead only for late drama which saw Craig Hobson level matters three minutes from time before James Roberts fired home a last-minute penalty to give us the victory.

There has been mixed news amongst our loanees this week. Jimmy Oates has been recalled by Exeter City, whilst James Waite is available again after completing his suspension following his red card at Leamington last month.

Amongst the many positives to come out of our game against Darlington was the welcome return to action of Lance Smith who marked the occasion with our fourth goal late on. Meanwhile Kyle Finn proved to be a game-changing substitute and he will be pushing for a place in the starting line-up at the Impact Arena.

Our hosts are managed by Billy Heath, who has plenty of experience in this League having guided both North Ferriby United and FC Halifax Town to promotion from this level via the play-offs.

He was appointed into the hot-seat in May 2018 and has overhauled the playing staff at the club to take them from a side that were embroiled in a relegation battle last term to one that sits comfortably in the middle of the table this time around.

You have to go back seven games to our last defeat on enemy territory with our New Year’s Day reverse at Kidderminster Harriers, so hopefully we can further extend our unbeaten run at the weekend.


If you are unable to make it along to the game, fear not as we’ve got you covered! You can tune into live Radio Hereford FC audio coverage, Social Media Updates, and the Live Match Blog by tuning into MATCH LIVE on the main website homepage from lunchtime on Saturday.


Admission prices are, as follows: Adults £14, Concessions £10 and Under 16s £2.

Please note that the game will be segregated with Bulls fans required to enter the Impact Arena at the Alma Street entrance.

With designated pubs for away fans located in the town, there will be no alcohol served inside the ground to travelling fans and those who are deemed too intoxicated will be refused entry.

Local police will also be performing random checks on entry for pyrotechnics, which are not permitted inside the ground.


Alfreton Town vs Hereford

Altrincham vs Brackley Town

Blyth Spartans vs Nuneaton Borough

Boston United vs Chorley

Darlington vs Chester

FC United Of Manchester vs York City

Guiseley vs Curzon Ashton

Kidderminster Harriers vs Spennymoor Town

Leamington vs Southport

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