Jordan Cullinane-Liburd will remain at Hereford FC next season after agreeing a new deal with The Bulls.
Cullinane-Liburd made 38 National League North appearances for The Bulls last term, and a further two in the FA Trophy. He helped The Bulls keep eleven clean sheets over the course of the campaign.
Head of Football, Tim Harris, said: “We’re pleased to have reached an agreement with Jordan for him to stay at Edgar Street next season. He was a key part of our defence last term and we’re looking forward to him continuing to be an important figure in our squad next season.”
Also staying at Edgar Street next season is Mike Symons. Having spent the first half of last season sidelined through injury, ‘Symo’ returned in November going on to make 27 appearances in League and Cup for The Bulls, scoring three times.
A reminder that Tom Owen-Evans, Josh Gowling, Rowan Liburd, Keiran Thomas and Kyle Finn are all contracted for next season. Offers have been made to Eliot Richards and Tommy O’Sullivan, while the club are looking forward to seeing Keyon Reffell return for pre-season training in a bid to return to full fitness.
Jahquil Hill, Brandon Powell, Adam Hockey and Theo Wharton have all been invited back for pre-season training. Both Lance Smith and Danny Greenslade will require operations during the close-season.
In further player news, the club confirm the departures of James Wesolowski, Joel Dielna, Cameron Ebbutt, Louis Ezewele and James Roberts, as well as loanees Matt Yates, James Waite and Jak Hickman, who have returned to their parent clubs. Harry Franklin has decided to leave in search of first-team football, but The Bulls will continue to keep a close eye on the youngster throughout the coming season.