Don't take Halifax for granted says Turner
Although Halifax lost again last night, Graham Turner, the Hereford United manager, says that the Bulls must not take a win at Halifax for granted.
Looking forward to Saturday's game at the Shay, Turner told the Hereford Journal that the teams propping up the table posed as bigger threat as those at the top.
Halifax has now lost their last seven games but all bad spells come to an end. Turner said: "Halifax have taken one point from a possible 39 – on form a dismal record – but how long can that last? We can take nothing for granted at Halifax, and will be looking for three points. I have always maintained that anyone finishing above Chester will win the championship – and realistically only we can do that."
Meanwhile, Graham Turner has confirmed that Michael Rose has reached ten bookings as reported by HU-FC.co.uk last weekend and will miss both the Barnet and Aldershot games.
He also said that minor shin injuries to both Ryan Green and Matt Baker should clear by Saturday and that Mark Beesley is back in training but won't make the squad this weekend.