Hereford Football Club have ended the tenure of manager Josh Gowling. So, what next for the Bulls?

In another packed 44-page full colour edition we assess the position the club is in following his departure. We consider what progress could look like at Edgar Street, and wonder whether the Football Club will ever truly be a community club.

We outline the resolutions HUST have put in front of shareholders for their consideration including the potential for a fourth supporters trust director, and a proposal to study the success of an Exeter City model.

We look back at the World Cup, find reasons to be cheerful, question whether the writing is on the wall, and provide background to the Bulls’ new signings Dan Jarvis and Colin Oppong.

You’re introduced to the other Ronnie Radford and celebrate the anniversary of the Sports Argus. In our Letter from America, Disco Chants & Bean Bags could be the way forward.

All this and much, much more, including the latest Talking Bull Quiz, plus Josh Gowling’s final thoughts and an outline of the next managerial selection by club chairman Jon Hale.

We really don’t know how we’ve managed to jam so many articles into issue 137. It’s amazing.

The cover price for this absolutely packed 44-page, full-colour edition remains at £3 despite ever-increasing publishing costs, so please grab yours before they run out!

Watch out (and listen out) for our fantastic volunteer team of sellers who will be outside Edgar Street from 1:30pm on Saturday ahead of the Bulls’ National League North match against Alfreton.

Alternatively you can buy a copy online via the Talking Bull store.

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If you buy online a printed copy will be sent to you in pristine condition, but if you are happy to receive a copy electronically, which thus saves you postage and packing (and gives you the choice of reading the edition off-screen) you can purchase a copy at any time for just £2.99.

If you buy a digital copy you can even print the issue off at home.

All proceeds benefit Hereford FC through official match-sponsorship, or via the ‘Boost the Budget’ initiative.

By Editor

Lifelong Hereford supporter who has endured the rise and fall of the club through progressive generations. Sports journalist, broadcaster and commentator who will never forget his Edgar Street roots.

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