Hereford chairman Andrew Graham has said the club are adamant that they remain sustainable and ‘will not look to risk reserves again’, as the uncertainty surrounding the new season rumbles on.

The Bulls are due to start their 2020/21 National League North campaign shortly, but like their contemporaries, are awaiting further communication with regard to vital financial assistance with paying matchday spectators not permitted.

Chairman Graham has said in an update to supporters: “I wanted to update you all on the position we are currently in: put simply, playing football without fans in attendance is just not a viable option, at least not in the medium to long-term, and we would certainly be reliant on financial assistance from the government in order to allow us to commence the season.”

Graham added: “As a board, we are adamant that we remain sustainable and will not look to risk reserves again, on what is effectively a ‘flip of the coin.’ We must protect the integrity of the club and minimise the potential risk to supporters and the longevity of Hereford FC.”

Read more: https://www.herefordfc.co.uk/news-chairman-provides-update-on-return-to-football/

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