After three amazing seasons being up close, and sometimes too personal, producing the Match Day Hereford FC Action, I have decided that my time as the Chief of @HerefordGoals – Hereford FC In Action is coming to a close.
I have been supremely privileged to have first been offered and secondly, able to be in the position of being Pitch Side for many Hereford FC matches, both Home and Away.
This last season I feel I have failed to give my full commitment to the @HerefordGoals service, through ongoing health issues, family commitments and full time work. I feel it is time I step aside and hope someone with true passion, commitment and willingness for Hereford FC will pick up where I have built up and left off.
So, between Hereford FC and myself, we are hoping to find a committed individual, or even a mini team who can travel the length and breadth of the country, capturing the Match Day magic of Hereford FC. I am happy to help, talk and liaise with the person(s) who Hereford FC feel comfortable being in this position, about how I have and how they may like to run the service.
@HerefordGoals – Hereford FC In Action currently has 4,500+ Followers on Twitter and 4,300+ Likes on Facebook, many of who are Exiled Hereford Supporters, that keep up to date with the action through our service and @RadioHerefordFC etc. So, it is an essential service the club would like to keep running.
If you feel you may be able to step into this role, please contact Hereford FC Via their statement which I believe will be coming soon. Hereford FC will be making the decision on who will take over @HerefordGoals.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Hereford FC, the players, staff and of course the fans, who I have made many friends with and I have some incredible memories.
Also, a huge thanks to Blue Line Taxis who have been an incredible sponsor and supporter of the service by helping provide us with funds for the GoPro cameras and numerous pieces of equipment.
I hope to see you all on the terraces in the future as we carry on making our way up the leagues.
Carl ‘Squin’ Haffenden