Here are the post match thoughts of the Bulls’ head coach Marc Richards, plus those of the Hereford skipper Josh Gowling and Player-of-the-Year Tom Owen-Evans after Boston beat Hereford 2-0 at Edgar Street.

Hereford had a chance to lift themselves into 15th place in the division, but limped to a disappointing home defeat and will have to be content with a 17th position final finish in the Vanarama National League North campaign.

A season that saw the Bulls just one point off the bottom of the table at one stage in November, ended in relative safety after a series of hard-working and resilient displays on the road eventually saw the side become competitive and difficult to beat.

But the lack of a cutting edge in the final third has proved to be a problem for the Bulls all season and a dramatic transformation in displays at home will be needed early next season if home attendances are to hold over the 2,000 mark.

A squad capable of producing entertaining and enterprising football at Edgar Street is an absolute priority if the clubs previous momentum is to continue.

Interviews: Keith Hall

Image: Steve Niblett

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.

One thought on “Post Match Reaction: Hereford 0 – 2 Boston”
  1. Keith-Thank you for asking good questions.

    Hopefully the performance trackers and analysis will reveal to players if they weren’t putting in a challenging shift today – I suspect a few at the club including a few supporters have already have eyes on a well deserved break. it is good to hear from players how supportive the club is.

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