The Hereford head of football, Tim Harris, is pleased with the progress the side have made since his appointment alongside head-coach Marc Richards. However, Harris accepts there is much work to be done at Edgar Street if the club are to make the next step up the National League North. 

Hereford lost narrowly to Southport yesterday and dropped down the divisional table, but could yet finish in a respectable 13th slot after being second-bottom when losing to the same club at Edgar Street in November. That’s provided positive results can be obtained against Telford, Altrincham and Boston in the Bulls’ final three games of the campaign.

“I think we have come a long way in a relatively short period of time and we’ve become competitive in this league, said Harris.

“The current form table doesn’t lie and over the last 20-odd games we’ve ensured we’ve moved into a stable position after a bad start.

“I believe we’ve lost three of the last 15 matches, and I just look back at many of our draws and feel we really should have won a lot of those games.

Harris accepts that changes will have to be made and he is constantly looking at players that can improve the squad.

“We’ve had opportunities to have carved out victories, but that’s history now. We’ve got to look ahead to next season. We have to become even more competitive, and our results will then improve further.

“We need to get a good pre-season under our belts and take a detailed look at our squad.

“We’re already looking at areas where we can improve the squad so we can kick-on”.


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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