On Tuesday, Sean Edwards was interviewed by Matt Healey for Your Herefordshire.

Sean discussed the pre season work to the pitch and clubhouse, as well as talking about the future of the club and looking back at past success.

Here is a photo of the great work being carried out at Westfields as they prepare to welcome back players for pre season on Saturday 15th June:

Sean Edwards also reminisced on the 2016/17 season, which is remembered for the unbelievable FA cup run.

Sean played a significant role as manager alongside Andy Bevan as First Team Coach.

He stated:

“When we turned up to pre season, it just felt right.

“We managed to bring in some really good players and it just gelled.”

This clearly was the case as they hit the ground running and qualified for the FA cup 1st Round.

They pushed Curzon Ashton to a replay, who were three steps above them in the football pyramid at the time. In the first game at home, they drew 1-1.

The away game was heartbreak however after losing 3-1, despite putting up a fantastic fight and having a number of opportunities. It was a great run that the club can look back upon fondly.

After a season finishing in 12th place in the Hellenic League Premier Division, Sean admitted it turned out to be more of a transitional period with significant changes.

Recently under the new management of Scott Russell and Nick Morgan they finished last season really positively and will hope to continue that into the new season.

With recently announced signings such as David Thomas and Cameron Keetch from Cambrian United, adding to a strong group that includes Brandon Jennings, Daniel Stoneman, Mason Godsall and Cameron Davies, there is plenty to be positive about.

A new head coach in Lee Kendall was announced on the 4th June.

The former Barry Town treble winning manager was a former professional goalkeeper at Crystal Palace, Cardiff and Shrewsbury is an addition who can add a vast amount of experience.