GOALKEEPER Brandon Hall has been released by Hereford FC after spending three years at the club.

The 29-year-old signed for Hereford from Kidderminster Harriers in 2019 and has been a regular starter over the last three seasons.

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Hall had initially been left out of the side in the early part of the 2020/21 season but after coming back into the side was influential in the Bulls reaching the FA Trophy final.

Replacing goalkeeper Paul White after a 5-3 defeat at Chester, Hall came back in and Hereford went undefeated in 10 games before losing the final against Hornchurch.

Hereford Times: Hereford goalkeeper Brandon Hall celebrated his 28th birthday with the FA Trophy semi-final win. He celebrated with a beer, a cup cake and carrying out a post-match interview in his underwear. Picture: Steve Niblett/Hereford FC

This season Hall has played 27 games for the Bulls.

However, he has faced competition from Wolves loanee goalkeeper Andreas Sondergaard recently who took his place at Gateshead on the final day of the season.

Hereford Times: Brandon Hall has been released by Hereford FC. Picture: Steve Niblett