04/02/2015 : Taff's Gloversblog : Gary Johnson - The End Of A Yeovil Town Era
4 February 2015 : Gary Johnson - The End Of A Yeovil Town Era
And so we reach the sudden end of an era today, with the exit of Yeovil Town's longest serving managers Gary Johnson. How do I feel? Sad but not surprised I think would sum it up. My only surprise is that the decision to remove him has been taken now - less than 48 hours after the Transfer Window closed, and at a point in the season in which his successor will have very little to play with before we reach the end of the 2014-15 season.

It is a decision that is a difficult one, but my view is that if it was going to be taken then as I've stated on several blogs, the right time should have been after the woeful October performances agaist Rochdale and Port Vale, or just prior to the commencement of the January transfer window recruitment around the Barnsley game. To do so now will give the next man only the ability to tinker in the Emergency Loan window, where we already have a level of commitment, and where the Football League rules on how many loan players you can field on a matchday will only make changes difficult. It will also not be possible for a new man to magic back the six players we have on the treatment table, whose quality could have made a big difference.

So where did it all go wrong? My view is that you can pull out a number of key moments in recent history that meant that the wheels began to gradually come off in terms of Gary's results on the pitch, his relationship with the supporters and his relationship with the Board. In Gary Johnson's second spell in my opinion he's come back as a much more impatient man - I suspect that may be an 'age' thing. When you're 10 years older than you were in your second spell, and you're getting towards the psychological age of 60 years old and people begin to talk of 'retirement' you're wanting that last big shot and that last big career goal.

As such that drive and determination was a key thing in the way things transpired and that was evident from the start - his rather grouchy views on the state of the pitch at Huish Park got him a new groundsman and a visible improvement in the pitch quality because he was willing to ruffle a few feathers a bit in the process. That sort of 'no nonsense' approach got us our move into the Championship, so it certainly wasn't a situation that was all bad by any stretch of the imagination. He took Yeovil Town away from it's "Little Old Yeovil" comfort zone of being a struggling League One club and into the Championship was something I think many of us couldn't have envisaged, and we will find out in the fullness of time where that stands in terms of what the club can and can't achieve in the future.

That drive and determination though did have a down side I felt. My view on the Paddy Madden situation was that he was a player who didn't look as though he was going to make it at Championship level for us, and therefore that if we had stayed at that level that he eventually would have need to have been released or sold off. However, I do wonder if Gary pushed too hard, and that Paddy pushed back as a consequence and as such the relationship broke down. Given that there was a strong likelihood that Yeovil Town's stay in the Championship would be a short one, I did wonder if a better solution would have been to have shipped Madden out on loan for six months, and then taken him back in League One where we knew his capabilities were without question. I guess it depended upon whether Johnson and Madden's relationship had soured that badly that it had hit a point of no return, but it has grated this season to see 'our' player scoring goals in League One for Scunthorpe United whilst we've been starved of goals.

If I had to single the one reason why the wheels came off Gary Johnson's bandwagon during his second spell, then it would be in the Summer 2014 recruitment campaign. I don't doubt that it was a difficult task - I said as much last May, warning that the consequence of replacing a goalkeeper and an entire back four that had formed the bedrock of our 2013-14 season. However, in terms of what we eventually got in as replacements it has been a bitter disappointment - as shown by the exit of Aaron Martin and Brendan Moloney during January. To his credit Gary has in my opinion identified the correct weak links (and there are probably a few more to be sifted out) but there were too many of them, and our early season form exposed that badly, with the Port Vale and Rochdale matches particular examples of that.

Since then, I think Gary's recruitment has been largely good - Jed Steer, Jordan Clarke, Stephen Arthurworrey, Gozie Ugwu. There's been the odd one like Jordy Hiwula who didn't hit the mark, but I think that's been within our normal tolerance of error - a cheap youth loan that we could try out, decide that it wasn't quite what we wanted, and send back without consequence, and then move on and try another player. But Gary has been swimming against the tide since then. The "five loan players in a matchday squad" rule constrains him, and up until January 1st, the opportunity for new signings just wasn't there.

Thus from the point at which we realised at Port Vale and against Rochdale that things needed a drastic overhaul, Gary was hamstrung by those Summer 2014 contract decisions, and had to desperately cling on until the New Year to get to the point at which he could theoretically make his changes. The constraints of the transfer window make it hard for managers to do such large scale overhauls once errors are spotted, but of course supporters won't be too happy about being told "can you wait half a season until I sort this out?" - he did his best in the circumstances but everything ultimately came back to what he - and his Chief Scout Pete Johnson - did at that time.

There were other things that in my opinion didn't help Gary's cause. When the August Transfer Window closed, it was clear that something went wrong between Gary and the Board of Directors. It was labelled as a 'communications' error but had deeper repercussions. In any organisation, there must always be either a Chief Executive, or an Acting Chief Executive and on Transfer Deadline Day it's 100 percent essential. The presumed situation is that Chairman John Fry was on holiday that day, and I see no issue with that, but it seems that his chosen deputy either wasn't available, or was not aligned to what Johnson and Fry had agreed between them. The Board should have got their communication lines straight, and most managers would have been rather irate if they felt they'd lost out on a target because of that.

That was messy, and it appeared to manifest itself the next day in the JPT home match against Portsmouth. Arriving at the match just 15 minutes before kick-off, handing all press duties to his assistant Terry Skiverton, and sitting in the dugout for pretty much the whole match, whilst Skivo barked orders, it was a very odd situation. Johnson 'explained' himself to an extent in that he was giving a briefing to Wolves loanee Jack Price who was making his debut that night and had stayed in the hotel after that. But surely then you'd tell Skivo "a bit busy - you're in charge - I'll be late" which would then allow his assistant to authoratively say to the media that was the situation. Instead Skivo either couldn't, or wouldn't say exactly what was going on. The presumption was that the Transfer Deadline Day 'communication' episode and Gary's state of mind on the following day were connected.

Gary wouldn't be the first person to go to work in a bad mood, and he won't be the last. But the impression was that it spilt that issue out onto the football pitch, and in front of the paying spectator. I don't think fans mind managers having a bit of a pop at the board within the context of a press conference - many of us like that kind of passion and drive from their manager. But no-one likes a situation where that happens during game time. It's the same reason why many of the fans present during the match against Peterborough United last Saturday objected to the anti-Yeovil chants from our own fans - on matchdays you have 100 percent focus on getting your own team to win the game, and you save any other issues until after the final whistle.

Again, in a similar vein, Gary didn't handle the abuse he received from fans at the Accrington Stanley FA Cup fixture at the Crown Ground very well. Of course there is the question of whether a manager who is our longest serving boss in the club's history, and had taken charge of close to 400 games should deserve the nasty vitriol that was aimed at time on that day. Someone who brought the club three promotions and a national trophy deserved better treatment than that. But on the other hand Gary should have walked away - by not doing so it set a small group of fans against him at a more sustained intense level.

For what it's worth, I felt Gary did a decent job of trying to hold things together in the middle of what has been a difficult season, and I think a number of less experienced managers would have fallen apart far sooner. There were even fleeting signs that he was turning things around. But sometimes the hand of fate doesn't help you - Jordan Clarke got stolen by Scunthorpe United, Jed Steer was wanted back by Aston Villa and we ended up with the likes of Kevin Dawson and Simon Gillett out for the rest of the season - key players who could have helped relieve the pressure in another situation.

But the major problem that by his own admission had plagued us from the start of the season, was that we couldn't score enough goals. I still don't understand the exact reasons for that. Gary Johnson sides have been if anything prone to the "we'll score more goals than you" mentality - 5-4, 4-3, 3-2 ... and of course the odd 2-3 going in the wrong direction. This season it was as if Huish Park had created an invisible wall in front of the goals. We did well during that period to tighten up on the defence to give us a chance, but it's a fine line between a 0-1, 0-0 or 1-0 scoreline in those circumstances. The January transfer window (as gone through this week's earlier blog) came and went and the finale was a damp squib.

Was the non-event of Transfer Deadline Day linked to the club's announcement today? We may discover more clues in the fullness of time. It is possible that the Board felt that Gary should have done more on Monday ... or that Gary felt that the Board should have helped him more. The fact that two curtailed Transfer Window finales have produced two major incidents as the outcome may not be a coincidence. It's the only logical explanation of why a football club would choose two days after Transfer Deadline Day to part company with their manager. Anything else becomes a bit bonkers in its timings.

To Gary - thanks for the memories, the promotions, the silverware and the glorious days out. Yes, this season has been a bit of a grotty one, but as with most football managers who end up being pushed out of the door, its usually the final season that is the worst one of them all, and it says rather a lot of Gary Johnson's reign at Huish Park that he had so many good seasons before he tripped over his own bootlaces - it's for that reason that I would have preferred it if he'd been given the chance to put it right, but it was becoming increasingly obvious that wasn't an option. But even if you've been one of the 'Johnson Out' fraternity over the last few months, go and take a look at the highlights list on the news page of Gary's successes whilst he's been with the club, and hopefully then you'll remember why he will deserve our thanks for what he did for the club in the years to come.


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Comments On This Article
Brendon Owen said ...

Spot on Badger.
A football club is much like an iceberg 3% of what happens known to the fans and 97% totally an unknown. How we have got to this miserable position most of us will never know. What I do believe however is that Gary Johnson had more football craft, guile, nouse, call it what you will, in his little finger, than all of the rest of the pygmies at Huish Park put together. Without him we would never have risen from the Conference to the Championship and Hayward, Fry and their friends would still be wallowing around in the small pool of non-league football. Thanks Gary for everything and to the rest of them - Go to Hell!
04/02/2015 16:58:40

Bob said ...

I think the fans deserve an honest answer from the board on this one.

May be it was the time for change, but that time was early January not now

Whatever...GJ is and will always be a club legend - nothing can tarnish that
04/02/2015 16:58:44

Glovemeister said ...

Shame on you, John Fry.

04/02/2015 16:59:52

geoff said ...

All i can say is:- thanks, Gary, for the memories, the highs and lows
04/02/2015 17:03:53

Trev. said ...

Just look at Sky football transfers Yeovil Town
and you will see what the club spent on players since last season. The answer is very little
04/02/2015 17:09:10

Sharply said ...

As usual, you have hit the nail right on the head.
many thanks and good luck to Gary.
But what now? Transfer window closed! Cheap option taken,!
A drift back into league two?
What are the boards aspirations? I hope not only a commercial development!! We will see.
Good luck to Skivo and Darren. Will see you on Saturday.
However I fear that the poisoned chalice has been handed over.
On a positive though, let's "keep the faith" and finally please, please never "boo" your own team
,
04/02/2015 17:18:30

Thank you Ju said ...

My initial reaction is ... why now !
If you were going to do it , it should have been done well before now .
I am sure that trust will be put in Skivo and Way now until the end of the season .
How different will that be from GJ being there as well ?
Time will tell ....
04/02/2015 17:44:19

Don Green said ...

I have been told by folks in the know that Gary had his chance to get us out of trouble after Port Vale. He over spent the budget by 300k on a promise of top 6. He asked and had all his budget up front in July 2014. The last Straw was he had funds to bring players in last Monday and did not do anything. His main down fall was the recruitment last summer.
04/02/2015 17:44:40

Simon Prout said ...

Again an excellent balanced article. Your bulletin earlier in the week provoked a large response, despite your call of lets 'Achieve by Unity, the vast majority of it being negative, with contributions from the usual 'suspects'. Now, rightly or wrongly, something has happened. Our Club and most importantly Skivo need everyone to be TOTALLY supportive on Saturday. That means everyone.... 100%! I know its an emotive statement, but if you cannot bring yourself to take that course of action, watch from afar and don't come! The Club is in a 'hole', everyone needs to dig deep...... PLEASE!!
04/02/2015 17:49:59

Stewartbarnes said ...

All I can say is that he gave me some or most of the happier days of watching the club over 47 years.
It seems not that long ago we were sub conference level and I believe the club went from the Isis League to the Championship in about 15 years,now we might return in less than that.agree GJ made errors of late,but one suspects the board are more to blame for the decline.
Thank you Gary Johnson that's all I feel now.

04/02/2015 18:15:19

Tony Elbourn said ...

Best of luck Skivo, we know you will do your very best and we will support you, but it was a new owner and board we needed, not a new manager. Hayward and Fry out !
04/02/2015 18:25:29

shandy said ...

The biggest disappointment is the timing. This was obviously planned but should have been 3 weeks ago to get someone else in and allow for opportunities during the transfer Window. Cheers Gary, great memories and good luck in the future. Board, shame on you. There goes the Man Utd money in compensation.
04/02/2015 18:27:06

Dusty said ...

Well I thought he would be sacked last October/ November and that he wasn't because he had the confidence of the board. Obviously a tipping point has been reached and we will probably never learn what that was. Or is it preparation for league 2? It's a bit late now but a great opportunity for someone to save us from relegation (which is doable with the players we have), maybe even Skivo who is more experienced now. Gary has been great for us but I agree too many of his decisions about players pre-season were flawed and I suspect some personal conflicts have affected matters too. The highlights for me were the promotions, the FA Cup win at Rotherham, Wembley, our tendency over the Gary years to have great games with Scunthorpe and Doncaster, pulling off the unexpected away win like the one at Swansea when they were flying in league 1. Often a manager leaving can galvanise a side so lets hope that's what happens.
04/02/2015 18:27:35

Tony Elbourn said ...

Forgot to say - superb article. Taff would have been proud !
04/02/2015 18:32:18

Gill Green said ...

Odd time to do it but inevitable. Pretty unenviable job and he didn't help matters with poor signings and I would imagine behind the scene issues with Board and certain players. Good old Skiv will step in and help prepare the club for fourth division football next season but I wonder how many of those loyal supporters Fry refers to will be willing to pay to watch a team heading back to Non League. GJ has worked miracles and, this season apart, has provided us with success and entertainment so this is a very sad end to his days at Yeovil.
04/02/2015 18:35:10

Matt Elswood said ...

I just wanted to echo what others have said about the timing of this dismissal. Two incredibly important six pointers in the next two weeks and on the back of four or five decent results and performances. The additional context of the transfer window and the timing around that? It is frankly bizarre.
04/02/2015 18:51:05

Justin said ...

It feels like the board have no business sense whatsoever and the decision should have been made before the midway point of the season not after the window closed, I guess the board will be happy now they have spent no money again, 25k for the Kidderminster player is pathetic and not even Jose mourinho would have done better with nothing to spend, all I can say is thanks Gary I think you have worked miracles with nothing and there are few managers left of your loyalty and quality, good luck skivo and Darren and I will be there supporting you, enjoy your new development in league two Mr fry, sad day and tough days ahead.
04/02/2015 18:52:31

Cruncher said ...

Fao:Don Green: Are you saying there was overspend on the top limit the club could afford or are you saying that he stretched his allocation yet still stayed in FL limits? I think it fair and right to make that distinction. Don, from previous comments you have made over the years I firmly believe you are closely connected to the club. Which leads me to think 1) that your mention of overspend only serves as 'propaganda' without substance so I would suggest you validate 2)if true then we have not had the manager overspend but the club ie. board overspend which JF perennially promises never would happen and significantly could not be allowed to happen because of strict League rules.

Simon - not sure I sensed lack of Unity you mentioned in those replies. Club agenda has been to put cock-eyed development proposals before the here and now for a long time and is blatantly wrong to the opinion of many and is just another version of your rallying call which btw I strongly agree with.
04/02/2015 19:17:13

Tony Elbourn said ...

Also forgot to say ( cos I am ******* livid about this ) - Thank you so much Gary for the best football memories I have. You are a star ! The very best to you in the future.
04/02/2015 19:19:59

mark said ...

Thanks Gary great memories,Mr fry save yourself the cost of a stamp ,when season ticket renewal time it ain't happening
04/02/2015 19:26:26

charles pugsley said ...

Lets be clear the revolution was started by David Webb but delivered twice by Gary Johnson who will always be a Yeovil legend. He showed loyalty to Skiverton and Way when he rejoined the Club and they should now do the decent thing and go with him. Great players but useless coaches. John Fry has now great things for the Club but is past his sell by date and should go taking Dave Linney Fat Harry and Jean Cotton with him none of whom, are good enough administrators for a Football League Club. However will all hang on to their little empires though whilst the genius flaws and all is sacrificed. It is very convenient to sack Gary after the transfer deadline allowing any new manager no scope to bring in new players. Congratulations the inept board of YTFC.
04/02/2015 19:43:03

Dave said ...

Great shame I think it should be be the higher hierarchy holding back the club , not the manager
04/02/2015 19:45:00

Lawrie Poole said ...

Thanks for the memories Gary.
As far as the board are concerned I am sure that in their eyes they have got the timing just right ......... Even less chance of escaping relegation now. So just another piece in the jigsaw on the way to Non-League.
04/02/2015 19:52:13

camberwick green said ...

Gary returned at a time when the club was desperately in need of a shot in the arm. He delivered that in spades. IMO our best (maybe only) chance of avoiding relegation lay with him. Methinks the club will once again be in need of a massive shot in the arm come the end of the season. Where from god only knows. Skivo is going to need a miracle.
I would have liked to see Gary make a dignified exit after all has achieved.
04/02/2015 19:52:29

Will said ...

Legend of a manger - yes. Correct decision, sadly, yes. Timing - awful, a bit like this years football.
04/02/2015 19:58:18

Paul, Taunton said ...

I've been saying for years that the one, primary target the owners have for the club is a return to League Two and a consequent reduction in the wage bill. The promotion to the Championship delayed the long-term plan, but they were still able to add to their pensions by selling just about every single player once the necessary relegation back to League One was achieved. The results and attitude of the last few weeks made it look as though Johnson was going to scupper their plans again by keeping the club in League One. So, he had to go, but, most importantly, only once the opportunity for spending money had been and gone.
04/02/2015 20:06:25

Pat Parle said ...

After 10 plus years in the Football League, we are still a non-league club at Board level!

Good luck to Gary wherever he goes, and thanks for the many happy memories over these years!

I tend to agree with Lawrie Poole's statement! So just another piece in the jigsaw on the way to Non-League.

04/02/2015 20:15:50

Ray said ...

Can only echo the above posts.
Great article on a great manager who wrote his own name in the history of YTFC.
Totally ridiculous timing from an inept Board. Gary Johnson YTFC Legend.
04/02/2015 20:22:02

Mark said ...

Anyone think that Harry Redknapps knee op is convenient, jumped before pushed, obviously. GJ doesn't buy in the transfer period to force the hand of the board maybe? Reputation means a lot in this game.
04/02/2015 20:23:01

Tony Elbourn said ...

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/government-sets-up-experts-group-to-forge-stronger-links-between-supporters-and-professional-football-clubs
04/02/2015 20:26:32

Roger Treharne said ...

Hang on everybody, Harry Rednapp is on his way. Heaven help us.
04/02/2015 20:38:32

Steve Packer said ...

Can only agree with your comments spot on as usual . Am sure there is a lot which has gone on which we do not know about. Thank you GJ for everything . A word of caution , TS and DW may have more experience now , but they are the current coaches and also got us into this position. Last time we had this situation we escaped by the skin of our teeth , we may not be so lucky this time , so easy to go into free fall . For the future we need a complete new management and coaching team and not a cheap option,
04/02/2015 20:42:16

Baz said ...

Unfortunately not surprising but no less outrageous for it.

I don't think the decision really has anything to do with football, I suspect the relationship between the board and GJ has become untenable.
There's no sense in sacking a manager in our position at this time of the season other than that the board feels it needs to be seen to be doing something. All the more so given they won't be bringing anyone else in. As many have said, if Gary couldn't keep us up who could.

Amid the euphoria of May 2013, I had an uneasy feeling as to what instant relegation might lead to, and unfortunately it seems to be happening more or less exactly as I feared. The sad thing is there is absolutely no legacy from our season in the championship. No investment has been made in the club, the stadium or even really the squad and we're now in a worse position than we were before. The worry now is where the slide ends.

Farewell Gary, thanks for everything. Your legendary status remains firmly intact.
04/02/2015 20:57:26

jason said said ...

Right choice but all three should have gone not allowed any money to buy anyone who wants to come to yfc now
04/02/2015 21:22:30

Chris said ...

He can hold his head up high. What did we win in the last 30 years without him. Shoot me down in flames but the ISIS league and the bob lord trophy are the only ones that spring to mind. Ps. What's happening to his cardboard figure in the shop? I'll have it!! Thanks Gary for the memories. That will never be achieved in our future. Especially with our inept board that puts fans at the bottom of the pile.
04/02/2015 21:23:26

Lesplumb said ...

New song for Saturday,sack the board! Sack the board! Sack the board!
04/02/2015 21:59:28

Stu said ...

A very sad day - I can't quite see what the club will gain with Gary's dismissal. We still have to try and stay in League One with more or less the same bunch of players that we have. Yes Gary's signings in the summer were poor, but he would have been the best person to try and keep us up. Had he failed, then to walk away at the end of the season would have been more dignified.
Skivo, no pressure mate, but do your best and we'll sing our hearts out in the Thatchers Stand for the lads.
Meanwhile, thank you Gary mucho
04/02/2015 22:22:11

Dorset Greenman said ...

Gary will always be a legend and deserves some lasting recognition for what he achieved for us.
I was also told he'd severely overspent the budget.
And where was the attacking play we so loved.
Sadly he fell out with talented players, as he did also at City.
A complete regime change required, including the owners!
04/02/2015 22:31:05

Mark shane said ...

Too many fans thought Johnson could do no wrong even when he couldnt do anything right! But clearly the guy lost his ability to get his team to win games. Maybe too late now though.
04/02/2015 23:46:16

Gary Smith said ...

Nobody's perfect, but GJ is a club legend (other clubs might already have organised a statue outside the ground...) and dismissal would only have been logical if Mr Fry appointed a manager more likely to avoid relegation. Instead Skivo is given the job on the cheap, with no evidence that he is any more suited to the job than he was the first time. "Little old Yeovil" because the directors think small... Start looking for a proven manager to haul us back out of the fourth tier next season. Very sad...
05/02/2015 00:02:10

Kevin said ...

I feel a great manager that had his hands tied by the board!!! Fry should have gone definitely not Gary!!! Do the right thing Fry and FLY!!!!
05/02/2015 01:41:38

andrew said ...

if ever there was time for openess and honesty bu the board,this is without doubt it. gary....thank you for all the memories, except sadly this precipitous half season..
05/02/2015 05:53:12

Ivor said ...

Great balanced article, unfortunately we have small business men running the club who still have no idea to improve standards (outside the playing area) to match the level we are playing at. Fry and co should have gone long before Gary!!
05/02/2015 08:04:03

glovergreen said ...

I don't know how to feel, a change was required but the timing is awful prior to the two 6 pointers.

Thanks to Gary, definitely our most successful era(s).

I do believe we have a good team in there somewhere, just some realigned motivation required, but whether skivvo and way are the right coaches remains to be seen, at least give them a try knowing they are both dedicated and comitted and loyal to the club.

No one will be any more disappointed than those to be relegated.

Right decision, too late.

Once again thanks to gary.
05/02/2015 10:00:01

Dorset Greenman said ...

Gary will always be a legend and deserves some lasting recognition for what he achieved for us.
I was also told he'd severely overspent the budget.
And where was the attacking play we so loved.
Sadly he fell out with talented players, as he did also at City.
A complete regime change required, including the owners!
05/02/2015 10:14:37

camelgreen said ...

Very dignified interview by Mr Johnson on the radio this no slagging anyone off. Yes maybe it was getting near time for a change , but now , only Fry can have the answer to that, so we will probably never know! I thought it was interesting that Gary mentioned the large amount of money that had been spend by Fry trying to the planning application through that obviously is his main interest not the football club. Farewell Sir Gary, the memories will stay with us for ever, I don't expect to experience success like that at the club again. Good luck Skivo you are going to need it, I expect Fry will tell you, you have his full backing, I don't suppose there is any where else to go really
05/02/2015 10:36:37

Ray said ...

Well here we go -back 3 years -why are the two "hangers on" Skiverton and Way still there? They coach the players (allegedly) and have blatantly failed miserably. With Skiverton in charge cannot see any future for the Glovers except in the lower leagues. I am sure he and Way have some kind of "job for life" deal with JF. Shan't bother to travel to see them if he stays - no ambition, no idea about tactics or anything. I wish GJ every success- great guy who had both hands tied behind his back by board.
05/02/2015 11:33:23

jasonsmith said said ...

Everyone keeps saying unlucky Gary Johnson all it boils down to he did not have a good enough forward which he should have had with all the money YTFC have had over the last few years so the same will happen to TS and DW.
05/02/2015 11:58:53

julie said ...

The chances are they are keeping terry and darren as to sack them now they would have to pay them as well as they are in contract. Also suppose the board are thinking terry has been in this position before. If he keeps them up he will be a hero if they go down then it will 'oh well it was a tall ask'. Trouble is Yeovil are a small club and as such haven't the budgets of other clubs so are hindered in many ways.
05/02/2015 15:34:28

camelgreen said ...

I wish actually we knew what money Gary had, it might change some points of view, but as with everything else with Fry, we will never know. Skivo certainly sounds up for it on YouTube, time will tell!!
05/02/2015 16:40:53

Ray said ...

The point I was making was that Skiverton and Way have been (supposedly) coaching the players - nothings going to change- the strikers still won't be able to find the goal if it were three times the size, and they have never "had a go" always try and walk it in. No new coaching staff means same old same old! As usual YTFC do it on the cheap- I mean Skiverton hasn't exactly spread his wings has he?? Still there, so no fresh starts for YTFC
05/02/2015 16:46:37

Roy Mallard said ...

Why does everyone always take a pop at Fry? I remember where we were before he arrived on the scene, should not people have a bit more respect for the man and the clubs achievements over his tenure as chairman? Not his fault Gary wasted the season's budget on rubbish.
06/02/2015 00:29:01

pbg said ...

Note to the board:

Man u should have given him more money for the transfer window.

Thanks for guaranteeing L2 status next year.
06/02/2015 11:37:36

PBG said ...

Wot...No Statue then?!!!!!!!
06/02/2015 15:58:32

merv said ...

A devastating decision, absolutely horrid shock. So much for Achieve by Unity then.... O well, suppose we'll have to trust the Board to have made a measured decision. Guess the contractural set up led to this but with non disclosure agreements we'll never know. Farewell Gary, your gambles didn't pay off this time round, but you are a Yeovil iconoclast; the trophy cabinet is weighed down with your epic achievements mate. Shame the Board had(ve?) a fixation with ambitious development plans contrary to planning policies and blew the cash. Terry and Darren have a job on their hands, good luck gents.

Lets hope we're still riding the YTFC rollercoaster and not the log flume...
07/02/2015 10:13:34

camelgreen said ...

Is Roy Millard not just the slightest bit concerned where all money that has come the clubs way over the last couple years has disappeared too? Even Gary Johnson eluded to a large amount going on the failed planning application, how do we know how big or small the playing budget was, yes it doesnt appear to be spend well, but for all we know he may bought the best he could afford. Until Mr Fry decides to be more transparent then the fans are left to make uo their own minds
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