GRAHAM Turner could hardly have a better place to lead his Hereford United side in what looks likely to be his final away match in charge.

The Bulls chief takes his United side to Dagenham & Redbridge on Saturday, the scene of Hereford’s biggest win during the Turner era, a remarkable 9-0 victory in the 2003-4 season.

Victoria Road has, however, not always been a happy hunting ground for Hereford and they made an ignominious exit from the FA Cup to the then lowergraded Daggers on their last visit.

Dagenham still also have plenty to play for as they could still clinch a play-off spot. Their home record is among the best in the division and four straight home wins point to a side in form.

With the departure of Lee Morris this week, Hereford have just 20 players to choose from and one of those, goalkeeper Chris Adamson, is still struggling with the after-effects of a car accident.

Turner is, however, unlikely to make many changes from the side which saw off promoted Rochdale last Saturday.

Several of the players still have points to prove in their search for contracts, either at Hereford or elsewhere, for next season.