Hereford have continued to build a new-look squad ahead of the upcoming 2019/20 Motorama National League North campaign with the signing of the highly-rated goalkeeper Brandon Hall.

Hall, 26, was snapped up after his 2-year contract at Kidderminster Harriers ended, and has considerable experience at the top of non-league football with Ebbsfleet, Hayes, Woking and Kidderminster.

After leaving Kidderminster the England ‘C’ international said, “I’ve developed so much and am grateful for the opportunity to have showcased my abilities.

“There has genuinely been a huge amount of talent in the squad during my time [at Aggborough] and it is a shame we couldn’t achieve what we set out to do”.

Hall made 88 appearances for the Harriers over the last two seasons and was name Player-of-the-Year at Aggborough at the end of the 2017/18 campaign.

Speaking to Hereford’s official website yesterday he said, “I’m delighted to be here and to have got the deal done. I played at Edgar Street last year for Kidderminster and it was the atmosphere that stood out.

“I’ve got good experience at this level, and in the National League, and I’m sure that will help the other lads. I’m a modern keeper who likes to use his feet to get involved in starting attacks and hopefully that will benefit the team too.”

The 6ft 1” London born goalkeeper started his career at Charlton Athletic but was released before linking up with St Mirren in Scotland.

Next came moves back south with Hayes and Yeading, and then Ebbsfleet where he chalked up 74 appearances prior to linking up with Woking in August 2016.

However, Woking signed a goalkeeper on loan from Chelsea and so first-team opportunities were somewhat limited.

Kidderminster swooped to capture his services in July 2017, and soon Hall became a fans favourite at the Aggborough based club.

Many Harriers fans were dismayed to find out he was leaving last month with suggestions he was returning to London this summer, prior to the revelation he had agreed terms with Hereford.

Image: Kidderminster Harriers

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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