Hereford United's board will be looking into a complaint from Forest Green Rovers concerning the Gloucestershire club's manager, Colin Addison, at their next meeting.

As previously reported in The Hereford Times, a small group of supporters targeted former Hereford manager Addison when he brought his Forest Green team to Edgar Street for a Conference game.

Addison normally re-ceives a warm welcome back to Edgar Street where he took the club to giant-killing glory and Football League status in the 1970s.

This time, however, he claimed a few spectators let the club down during the 1-1 draw.

"We all get used to a bit of banter," said Addison. "But I would like to make it clear that this was different."

He said: "Four or five people shouted foul and abusive language at me - and obscene gestures were made directly at me where I was with my wife and daughter who ended up in tears.

"It wasn't a Forest Green thing - it was personal abuse - and we will be lodging a complaint with Hereford United about the disgusting behaviour of those people."