HEREFORD United are to announce its new manager this morning, the club has confirmed.
Martin Foyle and his assistant Andy Porter left the financially-stricken club yesterday.
The duo had been at the club for two seasons and led the Bulls to a very respectable sixth position last season.
But, this campaign has been a different story, with the Edgar Street club only sitting four points above the Skrill Premier relegation zone.
It is believed that chairman David Keyte had a crunch meeting with Martin Foyle yesterday following Tuesday night's 2-0 defeat at Wrexham.
In a post-match interview, Foyle claimed that some of the players were "not good enough" - adding that none of them would be at the club next season.
The threat of administration is also hanging over the Bulls after Monday night's AGM heard that the club made a lose of more than £528,000 for the past year.
A further loss of around £400,000 is also expected to be recorded for this year.
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