HEREFORD FC fans have been accused of misogynistic chants.

A small section of the Bulls support are believed to aimed their words at physio Tia McCrindle during last Saturday's (September 30) FA Cup match at Edgar Street.

Hereford has today (Tuesday) issued a statement condemning the alleged incident.

It reads: "Hereford FC were disappointed to read reports of misogynistic chants aimed at a member of the Cambridge City staff during the game on Saturday.


"We work hard to try and make Edgar Street a safe and welcoming environment for all, and chants of this nature are not acceptable. We take reports of this nature very seriously and appeal to anyone with information regarding the chanting that took place on Saturday to please email Hereford FC General Manager,

"We would urge any supporter who hears any inappropriate chanting at matches, including, but not limited to misogynistic, racist, homophobic and disablist, to report the incident to the nearest steward at the time, or via our dedicated text number 07547 248 498 so that we can tackle the incident quickly and effectively.

"Supporters can also report any concerns by emailing"