HEREFORD'S league games against Curzon Ashton and Bradford (PA) look in doubt after the opposition said they would not fulfil the fixtures.
Hereford's game against Leamington in the FA Trophy on Saturday is going ahead.

This week National League North clubs were given 28 days to decide whether to null and void the season amid financial pressure.

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League fixtures have been planned while the vote is taken.
Hereford have said that they plan to fulfil the fixtures.

"A detailed review of the resolutions and the potential implications of the possible outcomes for our club is currently underway," said Hereford in a statement. 

"We recognise the urgency of the situation and intend to respond as quickly as possible but not before full consideration has been given on reaching the best decision for our club. 

"We confirm, however, that we plan to fulfill our forthcoming league fixtures in the meantime.   

However, Hereford's opponents on Tuesday night Curzon Ashton have said they will not travel to Edgar Street.

"The safety of our players, staff, volunteers and directors is of primary concern and until we are able to confirm how we can comply with current

Covid-19 testing requirements for Elite clubs, we do not want to put anyone at risk," a statement on their website said.

Hereford are then due to travel to Bradford (Park Avenue) on Saturday, February 13.
Bradford have said they will not play any further matches until all the votes are counted and a final decision is made.