Here at Talking Bull we are delighted to bring you our latest edition of the Independent Hereford Football Club Supporters’ Magazine.
This is amazingly the 7th issue we have produced during the pandemic and is jam-packed with content within its 46-pages.
Steve Burr talks about the progress he feels has already been made as a new Edgar Street squad is being assembled during the summer. We also focus on the new training base and the appointment of Danny Carey-Bertram as the clubs new strength and conditioning coach. Frantic Friday saw a plethora of new signings and we take a look at them, and provide you with some information you just might have missed!
Karan Rai explains why we should acknowledge colour and celebrate having Hereford FC’s first black manager, whilst Simon Wright wonders whether there are indeed two Josh Gowlings?
The Steve Niblett camera lens zooms in on a special day at Shrewsbury when the Bulls cut loose. We’ve the latest Nick Brade Quiz, and we also cast our eyes back to a match at Deepdale, and a certain Dixie McNeil…who could have been playing for Preston North End, and not Hereford.
Perhaps you were a member of the Minstrels – a junior section of the old supporters club in the late 1960s. Doug Marshall delves back into the archives and even discovers an enamel badge from the era. We reveal all.
Ten years ago the World Cup was held in Hereford. No, not the one with David Beckham et al, but the IBSA 2010 World Cup which managed to pack-out the Point 4, and England got so close to lifting the trophy – finishing fourth. We feature the tournament in this issue.
Tony Bailey concentrates on the legendary Chris Price and lifts the lid on how the fans favourite made it to the top. Richard Tomkins wants to go back to Blyth, whilst we go even further afield with insights into the MLS in Vancouver and pop over to Denmark where Josh Gowling gained European experience.
All this…and much, much more in the latest FREE edition of Talking Bull.
Talking Bull has become the fastest fanzine in the West with 7 issues produced during the lockdown period. We haven’t charged for our online publications (to date). However, if you’d like to recognise the time and resource invested into TB, donations are very welcome via this link https://www.talkingbull.org/store/#!/DONATE-Talking-Bull-Digital/p/84511347/category=0
Around £300 has already been raised. All donations will directly help our club.
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be pleased to email a FREE pdf copy to you.