NEXT HOME GAME - ALFRETON ON MONDAY APRIL 21TH AT 3.00PM
NEXT AWAY GAME - TAMWORTH ON GOOD FRIDAY APRIL 18TH AT 7.45PM

Sunday, June 30, 2002

We'll keep you posted...
on the future of HU-FC.co.uk - your independent Hereford United online resource.

Saturday, June 29, 2002

Turner signs two
HEREFORD United are poised to unveil two more new signings, according to today's Evening News

John Grant, a striker formerly with Crewe Alexandra, has agreed terms to come to Edgar Street on a free transfer.

Director of Football Graham Turner has also recruited a left-back from a League club, although he will not name him until his contract with his previous club expires next week.

Turner said of 20-year-old Grant: "He is quick, mobile and strong, and has played about 10 times for Crewe."

Friday, June 28, 2002

Regionalisation set to return?
A report on the Nationwide website says that Division Two and Three clubs are being urged to consider regionalisation by the latest financial report into the state of English football.

Financial consultants Deloitte and Touche have produced the report which concludes that 70 per cent of turnover is the 'comfort' level for expenditure on wages and their head of sport Gerry Boon believes regionalisation could help save clubs £100,000 a year.

"We raised this issue in 1997 but there was a lot of emotion of anger against it," said Boon.

"However, most of the other recommendations we made at the time have been implemented and people are now bringing it back on to the agenda.

"The issue is not about saving on travelling costs, it is about looking at ways to generate significantly more money.

"The games would generate more interest because there are more local derbies and more travelling fans.

"In 1997 we estimated that each club could gain an additional £50,000 a year if they regionalised the league. Now we are probably looking at £100,000."

Thursday, June 20, 2002

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We hope to rectify the situation as soon as possible.

Tuesday, June 18, 2002

Devlin linked with Bulls
Northwich Victoria midfielder Mark Devlin is attracting interest from other Nationwide Conference clubs, but Vics boss and former Hereford attacker Jimmy Quinn is hopeful the midfielder will stay.

Hereford United have been linked with the former Exeter and Stoke City schemer, but Quinn told the Northwich Guardian: "I think he wants to stay and hopefully we can sort something out."

Monday, June 17, 2002

No news...
Every summer I have to post one of these - a no news article!

It's been a fairly quiet weekend at Edgar Street but hopefully, the squad will be bolstered from its current role of eight and we'll see some progress on the field too within the next few weeks.

Thursday, June 13, 2002

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Conference fixtures released
The Conference fixtures are out - here's Hereford's campaign in full:

Saturday 17 August - Hereford v Farnborough 15.00
Tuesday 20 August - Forest Green v Hereford 19.45
Saturday 24 August - Gravesend v Hereford 15.00
Monday 26 August - Hereford v Morecambe 15.00
Saturday 31 August - Nuneaton v Hereford 15.00
Tuesday 3 September - Hereford v Northwich 19.45
Saturday 7 September - Woking v Hereford 15.00
Saturday 14 September - Hereford v Chester 15.00
Tuesday 17 September - Hereford v Yeovil 19.45
Saturday 21 September - Stevenage v Hereford 15.00
Tuesday 24 September - Kettering v Hereford 19.45
Saturday 28 September - Hereford v Scarborough 15.00
Saturday 5 October - Hereford v Dag & Red 15.00
Tuesday 8 October - Leigh RMI v Hereford 19.45
Saturday 12 October - Burton Albion v Hereford 15.00
Saturday 19 October - Hereford v Halifax 15.00
Saturday 2 November - Doncaster v Hereford 15.00
Saturday 9 November - Hereford v Southport 15.00
Saturday 23 November - Dag & Red v Hereford 15.00
Saturday 30 November - Hereford v Barnet 15.00
Saturday 7 December - Margate v Hereford 15.00
Saturday 14 December - Hereford v Woking 15.00
Saturday 21 December - Chester v Hereford 15.00
Thursday 26 December - Telford v Hereford 15.00
Saturday 28 December - Hereford v Forest Green 15.00
Wednesday 1 January - Hereford v Telford 15.00
Saturday 4 January - Farnborough v Hereford 15.00
Saturday 18 January - Hereford v Gravesend 15.00
Saturday 25 January - Morecambe v Hereford 15.00
Saturday 8 February - Hereford v Nuneaton 15.00
Saturday 15 February - Northwich v Hereford 15.00
Saturday 22 February - Hereford v Stevenage 15.00
Saturday 1 March - Yeovil v Hereford 15.00
Saturday 8 March - Hereford v Kettering 15.00
Saturday 15 March - Scarborough v Hereford 15.00
Saturday 22 March - Barnet v Hereford 15.00
Saturday 29 March - Hereford v Margate 15.00
Saturday 5 April - Hereford v Burton Albion 15.00
Saturday 12 April - Halifax v Hereford 15.00
Saturday 19 April - Hereford v Leigh RMI 15.00
Monday 21 April - Southport v Hereford 15.00
Saturday 26 April - Hereford v Doncaster 15.00

Play-off dates will follow.

Fixtures courtesy of confguide.com. This is a provisional lists and changes may be made.

Tuesday, June 11, 2002

The road forward...
With the Conference having two promotion places and play-offs next season, can Hereford United make it? Follow the action with HU-FC.co.uk.
Crozier backs move
The Football Association's chief executive Adam Crozier has backed the two-up, two-down movement between Division Three and the Conference.

Crozier said from England's Awaji Island World Cup base in Japan through thefa.com: "We are happy that the great effort that the FA has put into this process has paid off. This is good news for English football at all levels and it's a real bonus for fair play too.

"A lot of hard work from a lot of different people has gone into making this happen and we're delighted to have been able to help bring about this change."

Conference chief executive John Moules said: "For the supporters of Conference clubs and clubs across the country, this landmark decision brings their dreams to fruition."

Meanwhile, Steve Piearce, the former Hereford United attacker, has confirmed his move to Hednesford Town.

The ex-Halesowen striker signed a one-year deal with the Keys Park based side yesterday.

Sunday, June 09, 2002

Justice!
With the Conference having two promotion places and play-offs next season, can Hereford United make it? Follow the action with HU-FC.co.uk.

Saturday, June 08, 2002


The League Chairman has agreed to operate a 2 up 2 down system for the Conference. The number of loan players allowed in a season has been doubled. More later..