HEREFORD United Supporters' Trust (HUST) have seen their proposal for 'equal representation' on the club's board rejected.

The Trust said they were 'disappointed' that their resolution for a fourth director, upon achieving 289,000 shares, was defeated with 40.5 per cent voting in favour at last night's Hereford FC AGM.

A statement on the Trust's website said: "Fair and equal representation, for the Trust, remains our aspiration, unless our members direct us differently. The Trust board meets next week to review and arrange a members Special General Meeting, for late January."

HUST's resolutions to ensure the club continues to play at Edgar Street, in black and white and protecting the name of Hereford FC, were approved with 97.89 per cent voting in favour.