Published: 06-01-2018

Programme notes v Hereford

Written by Neil Baker and Jon Underwood

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Managers Jon Underwood and Neil Baker


We were delighted with Ben Harris scoring on his debut, he came in and had a real bit between his teeth, and will create real competition for places.

Managers Jon Underwood and Neil Baker

Good afternoon and welcome to Arbour Park for the much awaited game against Hereford FC. Congratulations must go to Hereford who like ourselves managed to get to the second round proper of the FA cup, and getting a live game on BT Sport, to have two teams from the same league doing this was fantastic.

This is potentially a bigger game for us than Hereford today, as a defeat for us will make it very difficult to have any aspirations to win the league, however we know what a tough proposition we are up against today, playing against a side who on Boxing Day made it 50 consecutive away games without defeat which is a remarkable achievement at any level.

However having said all this we know that we are a match for any side in this league on our day, and if it hadn’t been for two very late goals in our last two away games we could quite easily be sitting here 4 points better off, and in real contention for the league title, as it is we know that we are very much against it.

At the time of writing the programme notes we are a little unsure on if James Dobson will be an option for us today, and also what shape Matthew Lench is in who returns from Australia this morning. In reality having not seen Lenchy for a couple of weeks and him arriving back first thing it will probably be difficult to include him in the squad.

In terms of injury news, Gavin further aggravated his injury, and has been set back, but Warren Harris who was not 100 per cent on Monday at Chesham should have fully recovered.

We were delighted with Ben Harris scoring on his debut, he came in and had a real bit between his teeth, and will create real competition for places.

Anyway enjoy the game and get behind the lads as much as you can today.

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