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Bulls can do a lot better according to player-coach
9:00am Saturday 7th September 2013 in Sport
HEREFORD United may be one of the early form sides in the Skrill Premier but they need to improve, says skipper Luke Graham.
The Bulls go into today’s match at Gateshead (3pm) sitting seventh in the table with three wins and two draws from their first six matches.
Martin Foyle’s side, who underwent a major overhaul in the summer, have gelled quickly, despite an injury crisis that left United without five key players for last Saturday’s 2-1 win against Welling United.
But centre-half and player-coach Graham feels there is more to come from his team-mates.
The 27-year-old said: “We’ve plenty to learn. These are young lads who will keep learning as I’ve said all along.
"Out of six games, we’ve probably only played to our potential once and that was against Tamworth but it just shows that if you do the right things and ride your luck at times then you can get results at this level.
“In the end, it was a good, well-deserved three points against Welling but we all know the performance can be better.”
He added: “As soon as we get a goal, we are like a different team so we need to start putting that confidence into the game at 0-0.”