Quoted in the Non League Paper, Stevenage Manager Graham Westley was disappointed with the performance and the fact that his side didn't register a shot on target.
"Our front boys won't be happy tonight - I'll be looking for them to do better because it wasn't good enough. Anthony (Elding) also got involved when he shouldn't have done but, at the end of the day, the goalkeeper put his hands in his face. Isn't that against the rules?"
"Hereford are a fit side who always do well away from home, but we were poor today and very below par. We could have nicked it at the death, but I think over the 90 minutes our boys will be more than a little bit disappointed with their efforts."
Graham Turner, on the other hand, was happy with a "good point". "We seem to like playing here, but we haven't quite got our game going this season. It was another 0-0 draw and our defence was very strong today. There were signs, particularly in the second half, that we are starting to get it together now. What we have done is battled well, which is what you have to do at places like Stevenage. That's five clean sheets out of seven now. Even though we were missing one of our top players at the back our defending was very pleasing, but going forward we are just lacking that bit of sharpness needed to win games like this."