Disappointed Salisbury boss Mikey Harris empathises with Hereford United's financial plight

SALISBURY boss Mikey Harris was sympathetic towards the Bulls even though he was disappointed that his team left Edgar Street with nothing.

Salisbury have fought their way back to the Skrill Premier after being relegated two steps back to the Southern League due to financial problems.

And so he could understand the recent trials and tribulations at Edgar Street.

“This is a difficult place to come and the fans have got behind their team because they are in trouble financially, said the Salisbury boss.

“We have been there and we empathise with that.

“I hope that they manage to get themselves right because it is a very decent club and a decent manager and a good set of players.

“I take nothing away from them. They are in great form at home at the moment, that is their fourth consecutive home win and so fair play to them.

“But from a Salisbury point of view, I’m very disappointed to be going back to Wiltshire with nothing.”


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