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Hereford United vs. Burnham

Edgar Street

30/08/2014.

3-00pm

Bulls looking to get back on track.

The Bulls will be looking to bounce back from their disappointing Bank Holiday reverse to Redditch.

A fine fight back to level the game midway through the second period in atrocious conditions, was squandered when they conceded a sloppy goal late on.

Jon Taylor was quoted as saying he was annoyed at some of the players for pulling out of tackles describing it as unacceptable.
He also talked of the naivety of the side remarking that the side was being too nice.


Nevertheless,another game under their belts following a disrupted pre-season will stand the Bulls in good stead in terms of fitness and developing the style of play.

The occasions when they get their passing game going demonstrates the obvious potential this young team has.

Burnham arrive at Edgar Street as an improving side themselves having fought back to draw on Monday, and with a win and a loss in their last three games, will be determined to keep up their own progress.
Their opening three games saw three defeats with eleven goals conceded including a 5-1 pasting at home to Dorchester.

Vital Quotes:

Hereford United Team News:

Sam Akinde will be unavailable due to suspension, and a number of injuries particularly to Gascoigne may well see a number of players remaining doubtful for the game.
On the positive side international clearances will mean a bigger squad for Boss Jon Taylor to choose from.

Player to watch: Javier Roberts.

A smashing little player with a bright approach, attitude and work ethic. Already becoming a favorite with the fans for his pacey runs and willingness to work hard for the side.

Burnham Team News:

None available.

Player to watch: Jordan Ajanlekoko.

Sharp in front of goal, scored Monday's equalizer.

Match Facts & Stats

Bulls: P6. W1. D2. L3. F4. A9. Pts 5. Pos 18th.

Burnham; P6. W1. D1. L4. F8. A17. Pts 4.
Pos 20th.

Match Prediction:

Both defences are struggling to keep sides out however, Burnham having already shipped 17 goals will have their hands full coping with the speed of Roberts and the guile of Ramirez. The Bulls to win by 2 goals, possibly 3-1.

Next Fixtures:

Histon FC v Hereford United.
Saturday 6th September 2014.
Kick Off 3-00pm.
Southern League Premier Division.




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