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Hereford Board urged to be more open.

Hereford Board urged to be more open.
Long suffering Bulls fans are desperate to see the results from the new investment Andy Lonsdale outlined on BBC Hereford and Worcester earlier this week.

With the deadline of September 1st for the winding up petitions to be heard again clearly on the horizon, the divided fan base continues to be concerned.

The quicker the outstanding issues are resolved and payments to clear the writs are made, the sooner it appears that ongoing boycotts by worried supporters groups will be lifted.

There is no question that in these matters confidentiality is always uppermost in dealings with new investors, however, pleas are continuing from fans that a more pro-active and open approach at least be attempted by the Hereford Board.

Those that have attended games this season at Edgar Street have enjoyed seeing the style of play and the way the new recruits have bought in to the Bulls ethos, it is hoped that these will be joined quickly by the fans that are missing.

Date:Thursday August 21 2014
Time: 11:56AM

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