GOALKEEPER Andreas Sondergaard has returned to the Hereford squad after recovering from Covid-19.

The 21-year-old, Danish goalkeeper, is on loan from Wolves until the end of the season.

He has made three league appearances since joining the squad in February.

However, the young goalkeeper has been unavailable for the last two matches after catching Covid-19.


"He was back in training today (Thursday), he feels good and is a lot better," said Hereford manager Josh Gowling.

"He'll be available for Saturday. Andreas has come into play, he's found himself playing a few games and then Brandon has been back in."

Hall made a goalkeeping error resulting in the first goal in Hereford's 2-0 defeat to Alfreton last weekend.

Gowling says that having competition for the goalkeeping spot is important.

Brandon Hall

Hereford Times: Hereford goalkeeper Brandon Hall. Picture: Steve Niblett/Hereford FCHereford goalkeeper Brandon Hall. Picture: Steve Niblett/Hereford FC

"When you make a mistake as a professional you know," added Gowling.

"It doesn't take a genius to know it was a bit of a mistake but it is what it is.

"He's back in, smiling and with the boys. We've got a good group so nobody is going to bash him of anything.

"We get on with it and move forward, we put it to bed and just move on.

"Having that competition is good so if Brandon (Hall) is making these mistakes then Andreas is going to be knocking on my door asking to play.

"That's the joy of having two good goalkeepers, we can play any of them to be honest."