Mike Langford is set for a return to the Hereford FC Board of Directors after being selected by HUST as a HFC nominated Director.

Langford was originally a director of the new club from July 2015 until January 2018. He is due to replace Andrew Graham who stepped down from the HFC board last November.

Mike worked for Lloyds Bank for 37 years and came to Hereford in 1988 to run the Business Centre. He spent 14 years as Senior Manager for Lloyds Corporate Banking, looking after the larger corporate businesses before retirement.

Speaking about his appointment Mike says he is keen to encourage supporter involvement at Edgar Street: “I think it is important that this club is run on a sound financial footing with as much supporter involvement as possible. This is a community focused club and I’m pleased to see that we are all pulling in the same direction to make the club successful again.”

In a press release the Supporters’ Trust stated, After careful consideration, HUST have selected Mike Langford as the successful candidate, and nominate that he should join the Hereford FC board for a period of 3 years. As per the HUST Nominated Director Policy (8.5), HUST members are now invited to put forward any well-founded objections to this nomination, should there by any, within 7 days.

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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