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Davey: Swansea City Will Be A Tough Test

Simon Davey is predicting a tough friendly match on Tuesday night when his Hereford side host the Swans.

Coaches Alan Curtis and Colin Pascoe look set to take charge of their second pre-season friendly as we're still yet to find a replacement for Paulo Sousa.

They named a youthful side for Saturday's 2-1 at Port Talbot Town, but we can expect to see a few more first team players in action tomorrow.

Hereford United also kicked off their pre-season campaign with a home match against Ledbury Town. They named 9 trialists in their starting line-up, and one of those - Jamie Sheldon netted a first half brace to give the Bulls a 2-0 victory.

Davey told their Official Site:

'Swansea will be a passing side, they will play very good football. It will be a tough test for us.'

'They will play an attractive style. It will be a big test and I've got to make sure the players are up for that test.'


Kick off is 7:30pm. Ticket prices are 8 Adults, 4 OAP's and 1 for under-16's.



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Date:Monday July 12 2010

Time: 10:24PM

 

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