HEREFORD FC have released Jamie Molyneux and Bradley Williams.

The 22-year-old pair arrived at the club just under a year ago, but have struggled to establish themselves in the team this season.

Molyneux, who joined Hereford from Westfields, became a popular player among Hereford fans after breaking into the side last season.

But an injury disrupted his season and, with the form of Garyn Preen and the loan signing of Adam Page, found himself surplus to requirments during this campaign.

As reported  by the Hereford Times, Molyneux was set to join a Northern Premier League team on a dual registration deal, but it fell through.

Williams meanwhile was involved in a car accident in the summer, resulting in him not having a pre-season.

His only start for the Bulls this season was against Westfields int he HFA County Challenge Cup and linked up with Lads Club on a dual registration deal.

“Both of them are good young players but they’re at an age where they need to be getting regular games – and that isn’t going to happen here right now," said Hereford manager Pete Beadle on the club's official website.

“Jamie’s relocated to Birmingham since he originally signed and he probably needs to get a club closer to home to suit his work and home needs.

"Brad just needs to focus on one club and get himself a good season in.”