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.
Win FREE pizza with Vital Football!
Select your team and get 50% off if they score twice.