Bulls fans to protest at TV game next Wednesday

A statement from Hereford United Supporters Trust

The Hereford United Supporters Trust fully support and endorse a peaceful protest to take place by Hereford United fans next Wednesday, October 8th, at Aggborough when Kidderminster Harriers take on Welling United in a Conference Premier match televised on BT Sport.

Following on from a fan suggestion, HUST spoke to their counterparts with the Kidderminster Harriers Independent Supporters Trust and, after approval of the Kidderminster Board of Directors, and from the police and local safety group, it has been agreed that Bulls fans will be allocated the away terrace (South Stand) at Aggborough for the match.

Bulls fans will take part in a peaceful protest bringing attention to the current situation at Hereford United that sees dozens of former employees still without pay and basic tax documentation from their time working for the club – money that was supposedly demanded by the Southern League to be paid before the club kicked off the season – while banned owner Tommy Agombar remains heavily involved at the club despite failing the Owners and Directors Test.

The game takes place on Wednesday, October 8th, kicking off at 7.45pm.

Hereford United Supporters Trust

1st October 2014.

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One thought on “Bulls fans to protest at TV game next Wednesday

  1. The only realistic option is to resign from the league and wind up. It’d be a shame because of the club’s history, but it’s the better option than prolonging the decline even further. There’s no chance of getting out of debt with 300 tickets sold every other week.

    Form a new club as high up the pyramid as possible, rent Edgar street and start again.

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