The first ever digital issue of Talking Bull, the Independent Hereford Football Club Supporters’ Magazine is available NOW!
Issue 119 is completely free and can be viewed immediately via a host of online and social media platforms.
We aim to add further inter-active elements of the fanzine as we develop over the coming weeks and months and look forward to reaching out to Hereford supporters from right around the world – especially at such a difficult time.
Our ambitions for Talking Bull are to broaden both our readership and contributor base. Right now, the priority is to provide some small diversion and light relief from everyday problems.
In addition to our regular articles, we’ve gone big on Happy Days and Humour themes, both as new material and also re-using some favourites from years gone by. Talking Bull Issue 119 is free to everybody and if you like what you see, please share.
To our readers who volunteered donations to show their appreciation, we’d suggest supporting any HUST fundraisers (see separate feature). All monies will reach HFC club coffers soon enough.
Why read Talking Bull? After three decades, we feel part of supporter furniture. A succession of editors has learnt how to provide thoughtful insight, coupled with unique club and supporter stories. And now we’re free so what’s not to like?
Talking Bull is eager to sign up new writers, following on from Mike, Nick and Richard Thompson who all made their debuts in this issue. Most of us sadly have more time on their hands than ever before. Please share your amusing memory or an opinion via our email address firstname.lastname@example.org
UPDATE: This edition of Talking Bull has been superseded by the latest issue so is no longer available online. However, should you like a copy please contact email@example.com and we will be pleased to email a FREE pdf copy to you.
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I think the season was 78/79 away game against Rochdale at their old ground spotland,a right dive. At 2.30 only our supporters in a empty ground 2.50pm home end fills up.I think the gate that day was about 1,300 Hereford United had about 300 altogether and out of that about 80 hard core I remember some old fella with a flat cap ttakeing 50p of all the Hereford lads to let them through a make shift gate on the halfway line and yes it all kiked off I remember the great Tommy Hughes turning to me in his goal mouth do you mind lads in trying to play a game hear I never had time to chat with Tommy I had 4doctor Martin’s up my backside appologies Mr hughs