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Saturday, May 21, 2005

Trewick reviews the Newcomers

The Hereford United coach, John Trewick, has been looking at the newcomers to the Conference and thinks the attraction of games with Kidderminster Harries will provide supporters with two highly charged local derbies.

"Kidderminster is a bit of a derby and it's certainly going to be of interest for people locally," Trewick told the Worcester News. "For spectators, it's not too far to travel and I'm sure our supporters are looking forward to those games. And I
suppose from the club's point of view, there should be a big gate when Kidderminster come here.

"I don't know a lot about Altrincham. Obviously, they have come up from fifth place in their league. I'm sure now that they are up, they will build quickly for next season.

"We met Southport earlier in the season in the FA Cup. We beat them 3-1 in the end, but they played very well and I'm sure, like any other team coming up, they will look to strengthen."

Although Hereford start, according to one bookmaker, as favourites to win the Conference this coming season, Trewick is realistic enough to know that the Bulls have plenty of hard work in front of them.

"Obviously, we've got a bit of work to do in the summer to get the squad sorted. We're not interested at looking at anything else or what people are saying about us.

"At the start of every season, you have to aim to win the league. That will be no different this coming season."