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Striking Options Boosted

It's funny how quickly things can change in football isn't it?

Just the week prior Richard Brodie was lining up for Gateshead in a win over Hereford on the Saturday but (within a week in fact) by the time Hereford played the next game he had become a Bulls player!

Martin Foyle made a move to bring in the striker last week, and he signed on a one-month loan in time to make his Hereford debut against Aldershot last Friday.

Unfortunately he couldn't prevent another Bulls defeat...

Brodie has plenty of conference experience; in fact he finished the top goalscorer in this division with an impressive 26 goals in the 2009/10 season so he's got a definite goalscoring pedigree.

The 26-year-old is also well known to Foyle having worked with him at York during his time as manager there and with football league ability too his signing should be a good one for the club.

Brodie's move to Edgar Street was made possible by the financial help given to them by the Hereford United Independent Supporters Association.



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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Tuesday September 17 2013
Time: 4:04PM

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