HEREFORD FC have seen their matches suspended for two weeks by the National League following feedback received about the funding for the remaining of the season.

A statement on the Bulls’ website said: “Following the review of the feedback from Clubs in connection to the recent Clubs meeting, a [National League] Board meeting this morning decided to halt the participation in the North/South Divisions for a two-week period, effective immediately.

“As a result, tomorrow’s games are formally postponed.”

Hereford have only played 12 of their 42 league games this season.

The suspension means that Saturday's game against Farsley Celtic at home along with York City (home Tuesday, January 26); Boston United (away January 30); AFC Telford United (away Tuesday, February 2) will all be re-arranged.

The Bulls are due to return to action in the FA Trophy against Leamington on Saturday, February 6.