MIDFIELDER Tom Owen-Evans is set to miss tomorrow's trip to Bradford (Park Avenue) after suffering concussion.

Speaking ahead of the game Hereford boss Josh Gowling said that the midfielder would be out "for a period".


This comes after striker Joey Butlin left the squad at the weekend due to work commitments.

"We've got to follow the doctor's advice on that," said Gowling.

"Obviously losing Joey (Butlin) and Tom (Owen-Evans) in a short space of time with a small squad is going to be really difficult for us.

"But we have signed players who can play in multiple positions.

"Although we have a small squad we still have players who can fill in and do a job.

"Maziar (Kouhyar) can play wide or in the 10 so we've got a good replacement in him.

"Obviously we've got Yan (Klukowski) can play in a 10 as well and James (Vincent) can play in a 10 so we've got a couple of options in that area.

"We will miss Tom (Owen-Evans) as he's a big part of what we do but we've got players who can fill in."