Beadle Appointed Hereford FC Boss

 

Beadle Announced as Hereford Manager


Former Hereford United caretaker boss Peter Beadle has been announced as the first manager of the newley formed Hereford Football Club. 

Beadle comes into the hotseat having kept Hereford United up last season before they were sadly demoted to the Southern League. 

Beadle will be assisted by Matt Bishop who is a Coach Educator at the FA. Bishop is a UEFA Pro licence holder who has been at Newport County and Aldershot Town in a similar role. 

On becoming Hereford Manager Beadle said: 

‘I’m delighted and very proud to have been appointed as manager of Hereford FC and cannot wait to get started.

‘Matt and I are hugely excited by the journey that lies ahead and although we are under no illusions about the challenges we will face in our new roles, we have no doubt that we are the right people to take this club forward.

‘It will come as no surprise to people when I say that Edgar Street has a special place in my heart and the support I have had from people who felt I should get this job has been truly humbling.

‘We have a lot of work to do between now and the start of the league season in August because we are going to be putting a squad together from scratch. However, with the contacts we have we believe we can put a squad together that Hereford FC supporters deserve after all the hard work that has been done by so many people to ensure football will be played at Edgar Street from the start of the 2015/16 season.

‘I’d like to take this opportunity to thank the Hereford FC Directors for giving us this opportunity at Edgar Street – we will be doing all we can to prove their decision is the right one and give all supporters a team they can be very proud of.’

All Quotes sourced from www.herefordfc.co.uk 

With Management in place all attentions will now turn to what League the FA will put them into, but in the mean time Peter & Matt will need to start building a squad ready for that announcement. 

Rhys Williams

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