Bulls given green light by Southern League

Worcester News: Bulls given green light by Southern League Bulls given green light by Southern League

HEREFORD United have been accepted into the Southern League.

The Bulls, who were expelled from the Football Conference earlier this month after failing to pay football creditors, have met the conditions set out by the Southern League.

Hereford are now set to have their place in competition's Premier Division ratified at the league's annual general meeting on Saturday.

League secretary Jason Mills said: "As Hereford United have satisfactorily met the conditions placed on it by the Board of the Southern Football League, it will accept Hereford United Football Club (1939) Limited into its Premier Division from Saturday 21st June 2014.

"Because League Directors and Officers are busy preparing for Saturday’s AGM and presentation evening, there will be no further comment."

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1:09pm Thu 19 Jun 14

CityBlueBoy says...

See you in the FA Cup Bulls !
See you in the FA Cup Bulls ! CityBlueBoy
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3:28pm Thu 19 Jun 14

liketoknow says...

just read that they are going to stay fulltime. doesn't look to me that they have learnt any lessons at all. how is a club supposedly broke going to finance a football team in a league with attendances of a hundred spectators?
just read that they are going to stay fulltime. doesn't look to me that they have learnt any lessons at all. how is a club supposedly broke going to finance a football team in a league with attendances of a hundred spectators? liketoknow
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1:46pm Sat 21 Jun 14

liketoknow says...

out of this whole sorry business it strikes me that the former management were legally and morally irresponsible to continue trading when they were obviously insolvent. is that legal?
out of this whole sorry business it strikes me that the former management were legally and morally irresponsible to continue trading when they were obviously insolvent. is that legal? liketoknow
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