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‘I’d invite them all to try run a football club’, Yeovil chairman says as fans’ dissent continues

(Photo by Action Images / Andrew Couldridge) Yeovil Town chairman John Fry has defended the way the club is run and reiterated the challenges faced with scarce …

Bristol City legend Gow loses battle with cancer

(Photo by Action Images) Former Bristol City midfielder Gerry Gow has passed away at the age of 64 after being diagnosed with cancer earlier this year. The …

Khan will never give up hopes of an England call-up

By Andrew Lawton NEW Yeovil Town signing Otis Khan has turned down the chance to play for Pakistan in the hope of following in the footsteps of Jamie Vardy and …

Krysiak pens new deal while ten exit Huish Park

by Ciaran Fletcher Yeovil Town have announced that no fewer than ten players have been released by the club, but goalkeeper Artur Krysiak has signed a new deal …

Team-mates: Yeovil Town midfielder Ben Tozer

Best mate at the club? Probably Jack Compton and Kevin Dawson. When I first signed, I was injured at the same time as them so we all spent a lot of time …

Darren Way signs new three-year Yeovil contract

Darren Way has put pen to paper on a new three-year contract at Yeovil Town. The 36-year-old took over from Paul Sturrock at the start of December and has …

Football Firsts: Yeovil Town forward Ryan Bird

First game you watched live? I can’t remember one game in particular but I used to go to Loftus Road a lot when I was younger to watch QPR. I used to go …

Football Firsts: Yeovil Town midfielder Ben Tozer

First game you watched live? Aston Villa against Arsenal – I must have been about seven or eight. I haven’t a clue what the score was, but I remember David …

Profile: Yeovil Town manager Darren Way

FIVE foot five. Scant pace. Technically average. On paper, Darren Way didn’t have much to frighten opposition midfielders. Yet those deficiencies never …

Yeovil chairman open to offers for club

Glovers chairman happy to discuss sale of shares should a serious proposal be put

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