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Hereford to potentially have more games called off than others this season

A report has recently emerged claiming that Hereford could potentially have more National League North games called off than others this season.

This is all because of the international break, which can sometimes affect non league clubs throughout the season, though is a rare occurrence.

Bulls News have stated: “With the news that St Kitts & Nevis international Raheem Hanley has signed for Hereford, could it mean that the Bulls may call off some games next season during international weekends?

“Rowan Liburd is also a St Kitts & Nevis international, while Reece Styche plays for Gibraltar.

“Last season, Nuneaton called off games against York and Chester due to having three players called up by their respective national sides; one of whom was Theo Wharton, who later joined Hereford.

T”he first international break for the 2019/2020 campaign is from September 2 to 10, with St Kitts & Nevis having matches against Grenada and French Guiana on September 5 and 9 respectively.

“Hereford are due to host Gateshead on September 7.”

They are also to be playing Bradford (Park Avenue) away on the 12th of October, Altrincham away on the 16th of November and AFC Telford United away on the 28th of March.

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