The latest edition of Talking Bull, the Independent Hereford Football Club Supporters’ Magazine, is OUT NOW!

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT – the latest issue of Talking Bull will go on sale outside the stadium for the first time this Saturday, 29th September 2018, ahead of the home Vanarama National League North match against Spennymoor Town so look out, and listen out, for our volunteer sales team outside the ground this weekend.

Initial supplies have been placed in our Herefordshire retail stockists at Club Sport, South Street, Leominster and copies will also available for purchase from the Hereford Club Shop, Edgar Street from Saturday afternoon. 

Issue 113 is another bumper 48-page edition packed with content, and here’s a little taster of what’s on offer, including a look back at the former Hereford manager Peter Beadle, with much debate as to the merits of the decision to part-ways with the man who led the Bulls to three title victories in a row. We also welcome Tim Harris to his new role as Head of Football at Edgar Street and consider his track record as a Director of Football, Manager and coach at his previous clubs. 

We also bring you our comprehensive Ground and Good Pub Guides for our upcoming away matches, and we’ve the best from our plethora of contributors; with four new writers making their Talking Bull debut!

This issue of Talking Bull retails at the normal price of £3, but if you are unable to visit Edgar Street or watch Hereford ‘away’ games when the fanzine is often on sale, why not consider subscribing.

You can even purchase this edition of Talking Bull on-line, just follow the links within our on-line store.

Subscriptions are on an eight-issue cycle, and you are reminded ahead the final date of this period, thereby ensuring you don’t miss a copy of Talking Bull, the best fanzine in Non-League football.

Subscriptions are available NOW via our online shop Click below to subscribe, or order the latest edition of Talking Bull

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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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