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Hereford Join League Two

Hereford Join League Two

Swindon Town will travel to Herefordshire next season to play Hereford United after United beat Halifax Town 3-2 in the Conference Playoff Final.

Graham Turner has lead The Bulls back to the Football League after a 9 year abscence. Prior to that Hereford were in the Football League for 25 years.

League Two is just about set for next season now. One more team will be added to the League Two mix for next season.

The loser of the Cheltenham-Grimsby playoff final next weekend will remain in League Two to make up the division for the 2006-2007 season.


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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Sunday May 21 2006
Time: 8:34AM

Comments

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they will struggle to stay up
green giant 12
21/05/2006 12:06:00
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what about that i bet you thought you wouldnt be playing hererford in the league at the start of the season.
jono_forest
21/05/2006 13:00:00
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we will be playing a lot teams that we did nt think we would be
lawz1981
21/05/2006 14:53:00
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They will be one of the dark horses of the league i reckon!
red_gilly
21/05/2006 16:01:00
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Hereford will do well in League 2 next season, it's the other teams i'm worried about.
tis_red
21/05/2006 22:55:00
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I think it will be very tight in this division
red_gilly
22/05/2006 17:31:00
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