Hereford Head Coach Marc Richards says that keeping his cool on the touchline is important in helping his players during a match, the Hereford Times report.

His side came from a goal down to clinch their third away victory of the season 2-1 at York City and moved seven points above the bottom three.

A half-time substitution of Harvey Smith for debutant James Waite and moving to a 4-4-2 formation helped his side come back into the tie.

“It was similar to Saturday (against Curzon Ashton) but the reverse as York were the better team in the first half by a country mile and we needed to change things,” said Richards.

“I made a slight tactical change and the lads have been excellent in the second half and done exactly what we’ve asked them to do.

“We’ve had to weather some storms tonight in terms of not just the weather perspective. There were times when York were really pinning us in.”

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