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Turner ends Bulls stint

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Hereford chairman and acting manager Graham Turner has ended his 15-year association at Edgar Street.

The 62-year-old former Aston Villa and Wolves boss, who initially took charge of the Bulls in 1995, stood down as manager in April 2009 but stepped in again again in March this year after his replacement, John Trewick, was sacked.

Turner has now sold his shareholding in the League Two club and former Hereford player David Keyte has been named their new chairman.

Vice-chairman Joan Fennessy, who had been at Edgar Street for 34 years, has also sold up.

Keyte's first task in charge will be to bring in a new manager.

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