Hereford FC face Woking in the FA Trophy Semi Final with Bulls fans knowing that a victory will see the club play at Wembley for the second time.

In truth, this season it would probably mean more to many, including those involved with the club. The COVID-19 pandemic has meant that Hereford fans have been extremely limited to visiting Edgar Street, with only small number of supporters being allowed at a few fixtures prior to Christmas.

That hasn’t stopped thousands purchasing streams, which have given the club a crucial financial income stream during what has been an extremely difficult period for all football clubs.

Manager Josh Gowling is looking forward to Saturday’s fixture and when asked what message he’d have for those fans watching from home, this is what he said:

“Get behind the team, get on the stream and support us as a football club. The fans have been amazing this season, even on social media and despite being off social media myself recently, I will pop on this weekend to thank them all for their support.”

When asked where a Wembley appearance with Hereford would rank in comparison to his other personal achievements, Gowling said:

“Well you’ve got to win haven’t you? I was lucky enough to get there a few times with Grimsby. It will be up there because it’s my first year in management and to get to a final would be amazing.”

Despite Hereford being one division below Woking, the Bulls will go into Saturday’s fixture full of confidence.

Your Herefordshire reporter Matt Healey recently looked back at Hereford United’s recent Semi Final efforts in the FA Trophy but the Bulls will be looking to go one further this time by booking their place in the final come 5pm tomorrow.

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