10/06/2015 : Taff's Gloversblog : Analysing The League One Domino Effect
10 June 2015 : Analysing The League One Domino Effect
For some while now, I've been meaning to do a sort of a post mortem analysis upon our 2014-15 League One and why things unfolded in the way that they did. Although we knew our fate long before the end, the season became the death by a thousand cuts, where the final moment where even the mathematicians amongst you admitted it was all over was greeted by a mild shrug of the shoulders. The end had been coming for quite some time.

I have seen a number of social media posts as the season has finished, that have tended to simplify it all down to one person, or one cause, and I think that would be wrong. In my view it was closer to a chain of dominos that begin crashing down, and then about what steps you take to try to stop them. If the steps you take are wrong, then you either don't correct the situation, or you make the whole thing worse by accelerating the end result. Some clubs end up in the bottom four during a season and yet take strong steps to get out of it, and succeed. Others take the wrong steps, and it all backfires. We are evidence of that - in previous League One campaigns we've been bottom at Christmas, but have stayed strong as a club and got out of trouble. During 2014-15, that was not the case. So how did things unfold in the way that they did?

The Championship: It might seem an odd place to begin, but for me, the problems began to materialise because of our rise into the Championship division. I'd attach near-zero blame to anyone for our stay in the Championship only lasting one year. There are a couple of 'what if' moments that might have made a difference, but when you have singular Queens Park Rangers players earning more than the whole of your first team squad put together, then that's a massive imbalance, and the club would have needed an entirely different financial model to have survived at that level. The recent Deloitte's report demonstrates how frighteningly different the finances are of clubs in the Championship, and if we do ever get back there, we will have to consider what approach we take as a club next time round.

The problem we faced during 2013-14 was that the Championship division gave some of our best players a clear platform to prove that they could play second tier football. So just as our 2006-07 Play-Off Semi-Final heroics against Nottingham Forest put Chris Cohen and Arron Davies on a platform for the watching scouts to take note of, so our 2012-13 play-off success, and the fact that we weren't wiped out of sight during that season gave those watching the chance to size up which of our squad they could cherry-pick.

I did say in a blog twelve months ago that losing our entire first choice back five would give us a massive headache - although I made that clear at the time, perhaps I should have been less cautious and shouted that from the rooftops, because I think I underplayed the problem. After we lost Cohen and Davies in 2006-07 it gave us a headache in that we were struggling to find equal replacements, and so when we lost Marek Stech, Luke Ayling, Byron Webster, Shane Duffy and Jamie McAllister then it should have rung alarm bells a little louder than it did. I recall fans on message boards trivialising the loss of those players and suggesting finding replacements would be an easy exercise. I wasn't convinced then, and I definitely am not convinced now.

So we urgently needed some new players, and for the team not to slide backwards, those new players needed to be at least as good as those who had gone to Championship clubs, high spending sides like Bristol City, and even clubs like Sparta Prague who played in the Champions League and Europa League last season. Players of that quality are not that easy to get hold of - even if those that play Football Manager on their laptop may suggest otherwise. Good teams are generally built up over two or three seasons, but when they fall out of contract, it is very easy to see the cream of those players go elsewhere.

Summer Recruitment: That all said, I don't think anyone was geared up for what happened with the club's player recruitment over the summer of 2014. At the time it was seen as quite a statement of intent - we brought in a number of players on two year deals, and fans at the time thought this was good that we were steering clear of the loan system, or short term contracts. The snag is that decent length contracts are only a good thing if the players are also decent. Of the group that we selected, very few seemed outstanding - Simon Gillett was one who worked out well until his injury curtailed his season, but the remainder were either poor, or appeared to show bouts of poor form, with costly mistakes within games. Gillett aside, no-one displayed the consistent performances needed to stand out in the way that we needed them to.

Over the years, Gary Johnson has proven himself as being someone who can pluck players out of thin air and turn them into key people in Yeovil Town's history, even when on paper they aren't initially exciting to fans - Adam Stansfield, Kirk Jackson, Sam Foley, Paddy Madden were all unproven players when they arrived at Huish Park. There were a few duds along the way, but the success rate was high. Yet during the summer of 2014, it was the reverse. Why? Probably only Gary and his Chief Scout and brother Pete Johnson will know the answer to that. But it became obvious early on that some of those who had come in weren't coming up to scratch.

In fairness to Gary, once he saw them out on the pitch, playing League One football, he was quick to pick out the failing ones, and those that he began to take out of the team matched what I saw with my own eyes. Certainly in the moves that he made to replace the points of weakness - Jed Steer, Stephen Arthurworrey and Jordan Clarke in for Weale/Krysiak, Aaron Martin and Brendan Moloney - there was no doubt that he was making the right decisions - and results on the pitch improved with that, particularly in the 'goals against' column. That was what made the summer signings more of a headscratcher - if Gary could identify and recruit good quality players in October, then why was that left so wanting in July?

The Transfer Window (Summer): The other thing that was materialising early on during the 2014-15 season was the breakdown of Gary's relationship with the board. He probably didn't help himself with his body language and late arrival for the September JPT game against Portsmouth, in that it made some of those issues rather more public than they should have been. Events seemed to unravel when Gary had tried to sign a selection of players on the final day of the summer transfer window. We later found out that one of those players was Blackburn keeper Jake Kean, whilst the others seem likely to have been some of the Swansea City players we eventually signed on loan in January and February. With John Fry having gone on holiday, the reins had been handed over to an unnamed director. The belief is that the director in question either didn't return calls, or made themselves unavailable, with Johnson being relayed a message that the deals weren't going to go through.

Quite clearly, to not have open and unambiguous communication lines between management and board on transfer deadline day was a serious failing. The objection appeared to be that they didn't want Johnson signing up a third keeper without pushing one of Weale or Krysiak out on loan, and so appeared to be questioning the manager's decision-making in the transfer market. The other suggestion was that it was down to Johnson being over his playing budget, but by the time Fry returned from his holiday, the manager was given the go-ahead to bring in a new keeper. So in the end he did get what he wanted, but it seemed that not everyone was on the same page, and inevitably that slowed down the repair process.

The Transfer Window (Winter): The fall-out with the summer transfer window wasn't the only missed opportunity to refresh the squad. In past seasons we'd proven that it was possible to deal with a failing squad, and to turn the form around at the halfway stage. But we'd done so with clear intent right at the start of the window, with players like Paul Wotton and Max Ehmer recruited. Instead during January 2015, we lost (through no fault of our own) Jordan Clarke and Jed Steer. Meanwhile, despite Gary having successfully got high earners Brendan Moloney and Aaron Martin off his payroll, and thus having lowered the squad costs, we seemed to spend the money scrabbling around trying to bring in players from Forest Green Rovers (where the wages were too high), Kidderminster Harriers (where the transfer fee offered was 'derisory') and Mansfield (where we did eventually land Fergus Bell, but with Gary almost immediately labelling him as a 'squad' player).

The problem was that with the exception of Gozie Ugwu none of our January transfer targets - successful or otherwise - seemed to show true intent. In fact in targeting players from two Conference sides, and one League Two side, it all smacked of someone scrabbling around in the bargain bins, rather than recruiting the sort of 'leader' figure that Paul Wotton was when he first arrived at Huish Park. The later excuse was that the SCMP rules (a form of financial fair play) were stopping Yeovil from competing and therefore we couldn't bring in suitable quality players. But that conflicted with the fact that as soon as we changed managers, Terry Skiverton was able to bring in Craig Eastmond, Stephen Kingsley, Josh Sheehan, Byron Webster and Scott Loach, without the need to take players off our books. So was SCMP really restricting us, or was it more the fact that there was money available that the board were willing to give to one manager, that they weren't willing to give to another manager?

The Management Change: If the answer to the above was that the board had lost confidence in Johnson, such that they weren't willing to give him money that was available, then the whole decision-making process was flawed. The moment that you stop backing a manager, you need to get rid of him. You either back him 100 percent, or you sack him. If there is an in between state, where you're not willing to sack him, but you're withholding money because you don't want to back him, then you become part of that failure. The money that was eventually made available to Skiverton in February, either needed to be made available to Johnson in January, or they needed to make the management change earlier.

In the end, the management change took place barely after the January transfer window had closed. That meant that available funds weren't spent at a time when they could have made a difference, and also meant that two of Johnson's last deals - a contract extension for Alex Smith, and the signing of Fergus Bell - became a waste of money. Bell didn't play at all under Skiverton, whilst Smith managed one substitute appearance - that's fair enough as Skiverton was entitled to make his own decisions as manager, but I presume that if the management change had been made a month earlier that neither player would have been on our payroll for half a season. So in terms of timing, when players were recruited, and when contracts were signed, the decision-making was muddled. Any change of manager needed to be given the opportunity of the transfer window to make their own changes, and we needed to use that transfer window as a position of strength, and not to muddle our way through it.

Aside from the timing, there was also the nature of the management change, which can be considered from a couple of angles. The first is whether a management team of Skiverton and Way could ever be better than a management team of Johnson, Skiverton and Way. For that to be possible, there would have to be one of two situations developing. One was that Johnson had 'lost the dressing room' - an overused cliche that football fans seem to delight in claiming, but most players will tell you rarely ever happens. Sure if your name is Adam Morgan, you're going to be delighted that Johnson has gone, but on the flip side players like Joe Edwards and Sam Foley appeared to say otherwise with sincerity. Johnson's teams were working hard enough - they just had no end product in the final third, and the attempts through Jordy Hiwula and Tom Eaves to unlock that problem didn't really solve it.

The other possible situation was that removing Johnson would unleash Skiverton from his shackles as an assistant, and show that he had been held back by his master. But if anything the trio seemed closer than they'd ever been - check out the number of times that Gary said "me, Terry and Darren" in his 2014-15 season interviews, the way Gary backed them even after he'd gone, and the way Skivo described the loss of his boss as creating an atmosphere that was like a 'bereavement' in the family. None of this suggested that the management team were particularly in disagreement with each other over the major decisions.

In any case, we'd already seen Skivo's first management spell to know the strengths and weaknesses of his set-up. His strength during his first phase was that he'd brought a bright attacking attitude to his teams, and had picked out some good loan players along the way. His weakness was that in a number of games tactical decisions had shown his inexperience as a manager. This gives the second angle of the timing of the change. During 2014-15, Johnson's weakness had been his recruitment, but I'd argue that tactically he'd done about as well as you can do with the players he'd ended up with.

In that context, it made no sense to me to allow Gary to remain in charge throughout the January transfer window, and then to fire him. If the accusation was that Gary's summer 2014 recruitment was at the heart of the 2014-15 malaise, which seemed to be the popular opinion, then in my mind you had two possible outcomes : you either took his wider track record at Huish Park, and trusted that to be a one-off mistake, and let him repair the squad with full unconditional backing, or you made him pay the price for those errors and you let someone else be responsible for the recruitment during January. By the time we reached February 4th, then sacking the manager for what he may or may not have done eight months previously was pointless - Gary needed to have gone earlier, or not at all. By February, all of the recruitment was in theory done, so removing him at that stage wasn't going to benefit the management set-up, particularly when the decision was taken to leave Skivo and Darren in charge for the remainder of the season.

Second Management Team: When Skivo and Darren took over the reins, they inherited a side that was solid, but toothless. With the exception of the final half dozen games of the season, we can carve up results into three separate groupings, and partial league tables based on those results, as follows:

Phase 1 : P15 W3 D4 L8 F12 A26 Pts 13 Position 22nd - The start of the season until Moloney, Martin, Sokolik were taken out of the squad
Phase 2 : P14 W3 D4 L7 F9 A14 Pts 12 Position 18th - The arrival of Steer, Arthurworrey, Clarke until Johnson's depature
Phase 3 : P13 W2 D1 L9 F10 A27 Pts 8 Position 24th - Skiverton's management spell

In Phase 1, we leaked daft goals defensively, and so at the end of October the back four and keeper were revamped and new blood brought in. In Phase 2, we had radically cleared up the defensive errors, and so were stronger for it, with Steer, Arthurworrey and Clarke clear improvements on what we had, but without finding the killer touch at the other end - a few too many games ended up as 0-0 or 0-1 but with a good striker or a winger added it could have been much different. In Phase 3, after a brief spark, albeit against fellow relegated side Crawley Town, we went back to the way we'd been at the start of the season, conceding goals by the bucketful, but without any sign of scoring more at the other end. In all three phases, the lack of goalscoring was a constant problem that was never solved, but there's a large variation in terms of the goals we conceded during the three phases.

For that reason, I felt the decision to entirely re-engineer the playing system in February was a bit too much of a gamble. I felt it needed tweaking - as Paul Sturrock said when he came in as manager, we weren't getting enough crosses into the box, and that was doubtless influenced by the long term injuries to players like Joel Grant, Liam Davis and Kevin Dawson. Skivo chose to change the formation - several times - and unfortunately it looked like a manager in pre-season who was experimenting with what might or might not work, rather than a team entering the critical final 18 games of the season. We seemed to have a new system in almost every match, and often within a match, and as a result there were times when those 'experiments' didn't work.

None of the new players we brought in were genuinely attacking players - Scott Loach, Byron Webster and Stephen Kingsley were all defensive players, whilst the back four often became a back three meaning that we were changing an area of the pitch that during Phase 2 we'd shown improvement. Craig Eastmond came in but didn't play - only Josh Sheehan provided something at the other end of the park. The new players were mostly of a decent standard, but I didn't feel that they really tackled the underlying weakness - the goal creator and the goal scorer. That was the frustrating bit of the whole of the 2014-15 season - we often had 9 or 10 players good enough to keep us in League One, but without that magical 11th, we would struggle to score goals.

The Downward Spiral: Throughout a good part of the 2014-15 season, I felt that the team's confidence was fragile, and in turn the crowd's patience and belief in the team was also fragile. A classic point was against Notts County in November 2014, at Meadow Lane. We'd played relatively well in that match whilst the scores were at 0-0, but all that changed when Notts County scored their opening goal. The team then spent 10 or 15 minutes playing like headless chickens, whilst in a normally very highly supportive away end, various catcalls and sarcastic chants began to break out.

I use that match to demonstrate what was lurking beneath the surface, primarily because we actually went out and won the match. In years when we've been doing well but we've gone a goal down, we've still looked strong, and if anything going 1-0 down has been like a red rag to a bull. But even during that match in November, I remarked in my post-match blog that we seemed to have a soft underbelly, both on and off the field, where going a goal down made us look very vulnerable, and where a proportion of fans seemed to immediately throw in the towel as soon as something bad happened to us. As it happens, we equalised in that match, and then immediately recovered our mojo and won the game, but the warning signs were there.

That soft underbelly finally exposed itself in a big way in March 2015 across six consecutive games. Bristol City (47 mins, 49 mins), Leyton Orient (2 mins, 7 mins), Colchester United (54 mins, 58 mins), Rochdale (51 mins, 53 mins), Chesterfield (59 mins, 66 mins, 69 mins), Fleetwood Town (7 mins, 16 mins) showed that if you breached Yeovil's defence once, then breaking it again shortly after was a formality - we would literally fall apart upon the first goal, even in games where we'd started well. The Orient and Fleetwood games were spectacularly bad. The sequence of games were probably the worst I'd seen since we'd entered the Football League, and the gulf between ourselves and the opposition was probably the widest that I've seen since the 1994-95 season that saw us relegated from the Conference. Sometimes fans resort to hyperbole over performances, but for many who didn't witness those days these really would have been the 'worst ever'!

As Paul Sturrock said when he came in as the manager shortly after this six-part horror show, winning becomes a habit, but losing also becomes a habit. The wheels had firmly come off the wagon, and whilst that wagon had been skating dangerously close to the edge throughout the season, it was at that point heading straight off the side of the cliff. I think Skivo recognised that after the Colchester defeat in his honest post-match interview, but was given three more games before a change was made yet again, with it becoming obvious that things weren't going to get any better and that our time in League One was over. We had too few leaders around the club, on and off the pitch, once the going got tough, and in the end we crumbled. The pairs of quickfire goals showed a club that might have gone out onto the field with good intentions, but had zero backbone or fighting spirit.

Where Next? I don't think it would be fair to assess Paul Sturrock too much based on the last six games of the season, although he did show fleetingly against Sheffield United and Swindon Town that he could reassemble the broken parts and put them back together. Unfortunately by the time we got as far as Milton Keynes Dons, the wheels on the patched-up wagon came off again - perhaps by that time a few of his players had worked out they weren't going to be wearing green'n'white next season, and so were more concerned about their summer holidays and not getting themselves injured.

So Sturrock needs a fresh slate for the 2015-16 season, and indeed that's the approach that he's gone for. Anyone who fell into the 'might be okay in League Two' category got shown the door, and the only ones that survived the cull were a couple whose long term injuries probably meant we needed to wait for them anyway (Jakub Solokik and Simon Gillett), and a couple of no-brainers in Sam Foley and Kevin Dawson. Joe Edwards would clearly have been on that list if he'd been willing to stay.

I'll leave my thoughts on the issues and challenges that may affect Paul Sturrock for another day, as the present and the future deserves another chapter, so that we can draw a line on what was probably the most disappointing season for Yeovil Town over the past 20 years. But we have to hope that the natural cycle of football's ups and downs will see that downward curve end, and that I won't be pulling apart a whole season in the way that I've done here, in twelve months time!


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Will said ...

Good summary. It truly was a shocking season all round. Barely a bright point to mention.

Leyton Orient away was, in 28 years of watching The Glovers, the single worst and most demoralising performance I have EVER seen. Right up there with some of the 1994/95 season performances that you rightly highlight as our previous nadir.

I can't help but think that the issues began with our recruitment for the season in the Championship.

Those players were just not good enough: Moore, Twumasi, Hoskins, Jones, Davis, Seaborne, Ngoo. These players were barely L2 standard. Only Joel Grant was good enough. And therein came the problem. When all those ending their contracts left, lured by other clubs, there was no succession.

Football has to be about succession planning. Even if your players do all leave after 2 or 3 years, ensure that you have a decent chunk of your team left each summer. Either through getting in extensions on key players early or planning a little more long-term in the first place.

I have optimism for next season. But I fear supporters will have to be patient before we witness anything approaching the kind of football we played 11 seasons ago the last time we were at this level.

At that point we had a wonderful squad of L1 standard players, many of whom had played together for 3-4 seasons. Looking back, we were truly spoiled.
10/06/2015 13:54:48

JOHN PARISH NORTHAMPTON said ...

An excellent article yet again ,I agree that things started going wrong in the Championship the biggest mistake was letting players like Upson and especially Madden leave ,also in division 1 players seemed to be sidelined by management and not picked to play ,ie Brendan Moloney now regarded as ONE OF Northamptons better players, like wise Adam Morgan who I felt was never given a fair chance at Yeovil, surely a player that has played 3 times for Liverpool must be good enough to play for Yeovil in division 2 .
I think we must now draw a vale over the last season which I say with out a shadow of doubt gave us our worst football team since we entered the football league ,I just hope we have learnt from our mistakes and can now move forward next season . John Parish Northampton .
10/06/2015 14:02:05

Steve White said ...

I think this pretty much says it all. Couple of points to add:
1/ Could we have kept 1 of the back 5 from the championship? Not sure why we got rid of Jamie McAllister, one season too early possibly. He would have been a leader on/off pitch for last season, as you say we lacked leaders in last campaign.
2/ I think the FA Cup game Vs Man Utd was a distraction. You could view this as an welcome distraction but not for me. I wonder if Johnson was kept on a month too long as a result of this fixture. Board must have been in a dilemma throughout December but in hindsight, it was arguably the wrong choice not to change manager earlier ... instead opting to wait two months throughout Dec-Jan for the pre/post fuss of the Man Utd game to dissipate. By then as you say the winter signing were taking place.
3/ At the end of the day you need a goalscorer or two. Arguably some attacking coaching know-how by the Yeovil management. You have to ask why we had a goalkeeping coach (stewart), defensive coach (skivo) and midfield (Way) but no forward expertise. Why didn't we keep Hayter on as a forward coach? Why do players come and go like Hiwula and score elsewhere but not for Yeovil? And don't get me going about our dreadful free kicks and corners last season. One request to Paul Sturrock - Please stop those pointless short corners we did last year - just get the ball in the box.
10/06/2015 15:17:55

trev said ...

Well summed up.
The board have a lot to answer for. They have not been honest or effective.
10/06/2015 15:54:23

Charlie Newton said ...

An excellent analysis but one thing missing- a section regarding all the injuries which resulted in several of the better players missing large chunks of the season.
10/06/2015 16:00:05

Andrew Kindness said ...

I think this is really good resume. I really enjoyed the Championship season and wasn't at all embarrassed with our performances. Unfortunately this year has been a nightmare with some really poor shows. One thing that also muddied the waters was drawing Man U in the cup. If this hadn't happened, perhaps the board would have sacked Gary much earlier....

I haven't renewed my season ticket (of 10 years) and will wait to see what squad Paul assembles first. Wingers and crosses, Yes please
10/06/2015 17:06:50

Roy Mallard said ...

I think the biggest mistake Johnson made last year was letting the ageing McAllister go (probably over Hayter). Yeovil, in the Championship, always looked better when he was on the pitch more due his experience/ positioning/organising than any dazzling individual displays. Nathan Smith???(not a defender for me).
10/06/2015 17:25:51

Mario said ...

Excellent summing up, but injuries to the better players played a big part in the debacle.
In my opinion things started going wrong when Gary Johnson failed to manage Paddy Madden and then Ishmail Miller in the Championship, especially Miller who was a classy goal scorer. Also why get rid of McAlistair when all the other established defenders were gone? He would have been a leader on and off the pitch, a rock on which to build the team, the leader missing from the team all last season.
10/06/2015 17:41:59

merv said ...

For me the Championship season was more a disaster off the pitch, where the club seemed to do less than nothing with no changes to the ground, and that planning app...
Maybe the seeds for on the pitch problems were sown in the very first match when Paddy was hauled off. I'm sure there's been some ugly stuff going on behind the scenes but we'll probably never know. Sometimes football success and failure is about something you can't quite put your finger on. Luck plays a part, the 'gamble' signings can make or break your season, injuries can ruin plans, personality clashes between players - managers - board can mess you up. How did we make it into the Championship, you had to pinch yourself at times. Now its a different reality folks. For me the learning point is no one should be bigger than the club, not the key striker, not the manager, not the chairman. We need the right balance off the pitch as well as on right through next season, no more yeo-yeo'ing. So far, the signs are good.....
10/06/2015 22:19:07

camberwick green said ...

A real magnum opus! Excellent analysis to boot.
I think the recruitment problems go right the way back to our Championship season. The likes of Davis, Twumasi, Hoskins, Moore, Grant et al were recruited for that campaign, yet, ultimately, didn' t deliver in the division below. Add in Morgan and Lanzoni recruited in the associated January window and the summer 2014 recruits and you have to ask where our ability to assess players has gone so badly wrong
During the season just ended I feel that we severely lacked creative flair in midfield, which at best I would describe as "workmanlike". Add to that the lack of crosses into the box and it's little wonder that the (often isolated) main striker, whoever that may have been, struggled to make an impact.
The team also seemed to be suffering from a collective malaise which nobody had the determination and force of personality to lift them out of on the pitch.
All in the past now, but I think we should be aware of just how tough a job PS has now turn things around. It could take a while.
11/06/2015 07:48:25

Chris said ...

Sums up our position well, the only thing I would add is that if we had planned a bit better before the championship (by perhaps trying to extend deals for the likes of Ayling, Stech), then we would have maybe done better by either keeping them or realising some value from them. The biggest weakness we have is a lack of forward planning in terms of signings; everything is very short term.
11/06/2015 08:44:59

andrew said ...

Two things occur to me as the quiet summer period passes by.
Thank goodness we have commitment at the YT Ladies FC side of the club, and are the rates indicated for pre-season friendlies the money any spectator will be paid by the board, as apology and recognition of responsibility by the board for the shame of 2014-15
17/06/2015 06:14:37

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16/09/2014 Managerial Madness Badger Link
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27/08/2014 The Shape Of Things To Come Badger Link
18/08/2014 An Unexpected False Start Badger Link
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29/07/2014 Rehearsals For The Main Event Badger Link
05/07/2014 Sizing Up The Squad Badger Link
08/06/2014 Planning Problems And Options Northern Glover Link
04/06/2014 Food Stocks Run Out Badger Link
29/05/2014 Store Wars Episode 2 Badger Link
20/05/2014 A Trio Of Farewells Badger Link
14/05/2014 Comings And Goings Badger Link
10/05/2014 I Don't B-League It! Badger Link
06/05/2014 Time To Make Decisions Badger Link
29/04/2014 Should I Stay Or Should I Go? Badger Link
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20/04/2014 Drawing A Blank At Blackburn Badger Link
15/04/2014 Drawing Lots Badger Link
09/04/2014 Reality Bites Badger Link
07/04/2014 Miller Time Runs Dry Badger Link
03/04/2014 Can A Two Month Extension Make The Difference? Badger Link
01/04/2014 Food For Thought Badger Link
31/03/2014 It Ain't Over Til It's Over Badger Link
24/03/2014 Are Yeovil Town A Relegation Side? Badger Link
17/02/2014 Ticket To Ride Badger Link
10/02/2014 Concentrating On The League Badger Link
06/02/2014 Home Is Where The Heart Is Badger Link
21/01/2014 The Jinx Of Being A Yeovil Town Loan Player Badger Link
03/01/2014 FA Cup Third Round Preview Henry Hudson Link
30/12/2013 Half Term Report Badger Link
19/12/2013 Moving The Goalposts Badger Link
16/12/2013 Storing Up Problems Badger Link
12/12/2013 No Peaceful New Year For Gary Badger Link
10/12/2013 Pitching A Curveball Badger Link
26/11/2013 Paddy Madden - Shocked But Not Surprised? Badger Link
18/10/2013 The Season So Far: A Lack Of Luck And Goals Kurt West Link
03/10/2013 Competing In The Mini-League Badger Link
30/09/2013 Controversial Refereeing Decisions No. 7395b Badger Link
19/09/2013 Batten Down The Hatches Badger Link
12/09/2013 Counting The Cost Badger Link
10/09/2013 No Hurry For A Loan Badger Link
28/08/2013 The Issues Of Sporting Conduct Badger Link
27/08/2013 Back To Reality Badger Link
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19/08/2013 Looking Back To Step Forward Badger Link
10/08/2013 The More Things Change ... Badger Link
05/08/2013 Millwall 0 Yeovil 1 : One Down, Forty-Five To Go Badger Link
06/07/2013 Chief Decisions Badger Link
24/06/2013 Signs Of Life Badger Link
16/06/2013 Who The Fudging Hell Are You? Cider Jaaarn Link
04/06/2013 Three Are Free Badger Link
01/06/2013 Grounds For Improvement Badger Link
29/05/2013 The Size Of The Championship Task Badger Link
10/05/2013 Finally Our Turn? Michael Bromfield Link
05/05/2013 Next Goal Wins? Badger Link
03/05/2013 What Are Our Chances In This Season's Play-Offs? Badger Link
11/04/2013 Enabling The Enabled Cruncher Link
08/04/2013 Target Six Badger Link
05/03/2013 Planning For The Future Part One Badger Link
04/03/2013 Can't We Just Fill The Ground? Francis Gates Link
24/01/2013 Crunching The Numbers Francis Gates Link
13/01/2013 Blades 0 Yeovil 2 : Glovers Rise To The Challenge Cruncher Link
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09/01/2013 Wembley Goes West In East London Badger Link
31/12/2012 Waiting In The Arrivals Lounge Badger Link
25/12/2012 Halfway House Badger Link
16/11/2012 The Times They Are A-Changin' Cruncher Link
12/11/2012 Keeping It Clean Kurt West Link
08/11/2012 Poor Second Half Proves Costly Kurt West Link
11/10/2012 Three (Thousand)'s A Crowd Cruncher Link
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23/09/2012 Yeovil 0 Blades 1 : Steely Blades Cut Glovers Down Kurt West Link
19/09/2012 Orient 4 Yeovil 1 : No Case For The Defence Badger Link
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03/09/2012 Keeping The Defence In Czech Kurt West Link
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30/08/2012 Yeovil 2 WBA 4 : Brave Performance Gives Positives Kurt West Link
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26/08/2012 Scunthorpe 0 Yeovil 4 : Iron Crushed Cruncher Link
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30/04/2012 The Waiting Game Badger Link
23/04/2012 All's Well That Ends Well Badger Link
18/04/2012 Decisions, Decisions Badger Link
13/04/2012 The Early Bird And The Egg Cruncher Link
12/04/2012 When More Is Less Badger Link
10/04/2012 Mind The Gap Badger Link
04/04/2012 What's The Big Deal? Cruncher Link
08/02/2012 The Start Of Something Good? Cruncher Link
01/02/2012 Damp Squib Is No Surprise Badger Link
24/01/2012 Bury 3 Yeovil 2 : The Width Of It Cruncher Link
14/01/2012 Not Too Late Cruncher Link
11/01/2012 The First (Blades) Cut Is The Deepest Badger Link
08/01/2012 The Second Coming Cruncher Link
08/01/2012 Dignity And Respect Needed For Management Change Badger Link
18/12/2011 Much Nothing About Ado Cruncher Link
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28/11/2011 Hartlepool 0 Yeovil 1 : It's Not So Grim Up North Cruncher Link
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10/10/2011 Colchester 2 Yeovil 2 Cruncher Link
26/09/2011 Scunthorpe 2 Yeovil 1 : Nowt To Show For It Again Cruncher Link
29/08/2011 Yeovil 0 Sheffield United 1 : Blades Nick It Cruncher Link
26/08/2011 Goodbye, Good Buy Cruncher Link
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15/08/2011 Action And Reaction Cruncher Link
12/08/2011 Shape Up Skivo Cruncher Link
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14/04/2011 Are You Sitting Comfortably? Cruncher Link
10/04/2011 Confusion Is The Norm Cruncher Link
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15/12/2010 The Darkest Hour Is Just Before Dawn ... Taff Link
13/12/2010 L1: Colchester 0 Yeovil 0 : All Graft And No Craft Cruncher Link
05/12/2010 Lions Led By Donkeys Taff Link
26/11/2010 Will The Real Mr Yeovil Stand Up Cruncher Link
25/11/2010 Tipping Point Reached? Taff Link
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28/10/2010 Diamonds Aren't Forever Taff Link
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13/10/2010 If .... Taff Link
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29/09/2010 L1: Yeovil Town 1 Southampton 1 Taff Link
27/09/2010 It's Just Like Deja-Vu All Over Again Taff Link
22/09/2010 More New Kids On The Blog Taff Link
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17/09/2010 I Don't Like Cricket, Oh No. I Love It! Taff Link
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10/09/2010 Return Of The Talisman Taff Link
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30/08/2010 It's The Hope That Hurts Taff Link
27/08/2010 The Slowest Drip Cruncher Link
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22/08/2010 All Quiet On The Western Front (and the back) Cruncher Link
20/08/2010 Local Press Letting Fans Down Taff Link
19/08/2010 Can You Hear The Yeovil Sing? Cruncher Link
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11/08/2010 Adam Stansfield 1978-2010 Taff Link
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17/03/2010 Another One Bites The Dust (Part 2) Taff Link
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11/03/2010 The Loan Arranger Bites Back Taff Link
04/03/2010 White Men Speak With Forked Tongue Taff Link
28/02/2010 L1: Yeovil 1 Franchise FC 0 Taff Link
26/02/2010 Singing The Blues Taff Link
23/02/2010 Stam Suffers An Unkind Cut Taff Link
19/02/2010 One Year On Taff Link
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14/02/2010 L1: Yeovil 0 Gillingham 0 Taff Link
11/02/2010 Humble Pie Taff Link
05/02/2010 Darren Way Retires Taff Link
04/02/2010 Specualtion (sic) Is Damaging Taff Link
31/01/2010 Yeovil 0 Huddersfield 1 Taff Link
28/01/2010 The Welsh Connection Taff Link
24/01/2010 L1: Yeovil 2 Exeter City 1 Taff Link
22/01/2010 Exeter Preview Taff Link
18/01/2010 Orient Preview Taff Link
16/01/2010 Water Shame, Another Game Off Taff Link
05/01/2010 Snow Joke For Anyone Taff Link
30/12/2009 A Man For All Seasons Taff Link
27/12/2009 L1: Yeovil 4 Wycombe 0 Taff Link
22/12/2009 Draws Are Not Enough Taff Link
18/12/2009 Hartlepool Preview Taff Link
13/12/2009 L1: Yeovil 3 Norwich 3 Taff Link
11/12/2009 Bah, Humbug! Taff Link
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04/12/2009 Franchise Preview Taff Link
02/12/2009 L1: Yeovil 1 Walsall 3 Taff Link
30/11/2009 Should I Stay Or Should I Go Taff Link
28/11/2009 Reality Bites Taff Link
23/11/2009 New Kid On The Blog Taff Link
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20/11/2009 How Green Was My Valley Taff Link
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02/11/2009 Premiership Giants 4 Plucky No-Hopers 0 Taff Link
30/10/2009 Hayward Back On Board Taff Link
27/10/2009 But It's Alright Now, In Fact It's A Gas! Taff Link
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09/10/2009 Russell's Return A Reality Check Taff Link
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26/08/2009 Football's Gone Mad Taff Link
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14/08/2009 No Smoke Without Fire Taff Link
12/08/2009 Don't Panic! Don't Panic! Taff Link
11/08/2009 Obika's Back! Taff Link
09/08/2009 Calm Down, Calm Down Taff Link
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04/08/2009 Squad Shapes Up For Challenging Season Taff Link
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31/07/2009 Gary Roberts Ain't Our Friend Taff Link
29/07/2009 Yeovil 3 Bristol City 2 Taff Link
27/07/2009 In's, Out's and Maybe's Part 6 Taff Link
24/07/2009 And Then There Were None Taff Link
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10/03/2009 You couldn't make it up Taff Link
09/03/2009 Muff in the brown stuff Taff Link
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5/2/2018Playing The SystemBadgerLink
4/10/2018Bringing Clarity To Yeovil's DisciplineBadgerLink
4/5/2018Six AppealBadgerLink
3/22/2018The Voice Of ExperienceBadgerLink
3/13/2018Losing Out In The Chess Match BattleBadgerLink
2/21/2018Reality Check At Broadhall WayBadgerLink
12/11/2017Standing At The CrossroadsBadgerLink
11/15/2017Losing Ugly At CarlisleBadgerLink
11/2/2017Selection Headaches Brewing For FA Cup WeekendBadgerLink
10/10/2017Doing Defeats Textbook StyleBadgerLink
10/4/2017The Hype About HarryBadgerLink
9/26/2017Secret Agents And Misuse Of StatisticsBadgerLink
9/11/2017Figuring It Out - One In Five Fans Ditch Season TicketsBadgerLink
9/4/2017Crawley Defeat Gives That Deja Vu Away Day FeelingBadgerLink
8/28/2017Season Ticket Holder Trends At Yeovil TownBadgerLink
8/24/2017Do The School Holidays Really Affect Huish Park Attendances?BadgerLink
8/21/2017The Case For The DefenceBadgerLink
8/16/2017Three Games And A CrowdBadgerLink
8/4/2017How The Glovers May Line Up At Kenilworth RoadBadgerLink
7/27/2017Looking For Clues Ahead Of The New SeasonBadgerLink
7/11/2017Signs Of Life AgainBadgerLink
6/8/2017Planning For The FutureBadgerLink
5/18/2017Dawson Departure Draws A Line On The Championship EraBadgerLink
5/11/2017The Trouble With The TrophyBadgerLink
4/26/2017How To Remove MisconceptionsBadgerLink
4/6/2017Accounting For The Club's LossesBadgerLink
4/3/2017Slip Slidin' AwayBadgerLink
3/27/2017Responsible ActionsBadgerLink
3/7/2017Learning From The Luton LossBadgerLink
2/27/2017Attacking Ambition Needed To Stop Season Fizzling OutBadgerLink
2/24/2017Keeping Control Of The LandBadgerLink
2/21/2017Whaddon Road Frustrations Boil OverBadgerLink
1/19/2017Great Expectations Die DownBadgerLink
1/5/2017Crawley Trip Gives New Year BluesBadgerLink
12/25/2016Christmas RamblingsBadgerLink
11/2/2016Celebrating The Dizzy Heights At The HiveBadgerLink
10/25/2016Good Things Come In ThreesBadgerLink
9/22/2016Putting Pegs In Round HolesBadgerLink
9/16/2016Are Winter Breaks And Regionalisation Really The Answer?BadgerLink
9/14/2016Time For Solutions, Not ProblemsBadgerLink
9/9/2016Groundhog DayBadgerLink
7/7/2016Here We Go Again!BadgerLink
6/30/2016The Trojan Horse EFL Trophy TrialBadgerLink
6/16/2016The Cost Of An InjuryBadgerLink
5/25/2016Seven Reasons Why The League's Plans Don't Add UpBadgerLink
5/14/2016Review Of The SeasonBadgerLink
2/18/2016A Gamechanger - Or Much Ado About Nothing?BadgerLink
1/7/2016New Year, New Management EraBadgerLink
12/25/2015Halfway HouseBadgerLink
12/17/2015Stick Or Twist AgainBadgerLink
12/3/2015So What Do The Bookies Know Anyway?BadgerLink
12/2/2015The Revolving Door Spins AgainBadgerLink
11/5/2015Putting Trust In SupportersBadgerLink
10/27/2015Groundhog Day Strikes AgainBadgerLink
10/15/2015Squad Shake-Up Plans Prompt The Guessing GameBadgerLink
8/31/2015Standing Up For SturrockBadgerLink
8/6/2015Stepping Into The Great UnknownBadgerLink
7/2/2015And So It Begins AgainBadgerLink
6/10/2015Analysing The League One Domino EffectBadgerLink
6/5/2015End Of Term ReportBadgerLink
4/28/2015Ben Smith - Journeyman - One Man's Odyssey Through The Lower Leagues Of English FootballBadgerLink
4/24/2015The Case For The DefenceBadgerLink
4/9/2015Enter Sturrock As The Football Fix-It ManBadgerLink
4/8/2015Falling Apart At The SeamsBadgerLink
4/5/2015Breaking The Walls DownBadgerLink
3/20/201599 ProblemsBadgerLink
3/16/2015Survival Hopes Slide Away In East LondonBadgerLink
3/9/2015A Little Bit Of Daylight From Inside The TunnelBadgerLink
2/26/2015Bringing Leadership To The TableBadgerLink
2/18/2015Target FiftyBadgerLink
2/4/2015Gary Johnson - The End Of A Yeovil Town EraBadgerLink
2/3/2015Transfer Window Fails To Provide A Breath Of Fresh AirBadgerLink
1/12/2015No Time To LoseBadgerLink
12/25/2014Half Term ReportBadgerLink
12/15/2014Waiting For The Big OneBadgerLink
12/9/2014Can Good Things Come To Those Who Wait?BadgerLink
11/25/2014Magpies Nest RaidedBadgerLink
11/4/2014Changes For The BetterBadgerLink
10/28/2014And Two Steps BackBadgerLink
10/21/2014Steps In The Right DirectionBadgerLink
10/15/2014Paying The PriceBadgerLink
10/13/2014Vale Defeat Provides A Watershed MomentBadgerLink
9/30/2014Dual Identities In Glovers PerformancesBadgerLink
9/23/2014Posh NoshedBadgerLink
9/16/2014Managerial MadnessBadgerLink
9/15/2014Chickens And EggsBadgerLink
9/5/2014Communication BreakdownBadgerLink
9/3/2014What's Eating Gary Johnson?BadgerLink
9/2/2014A Window Of Little OpportunityBadgerLink
8/27/2014The Shape Of Things To ComeBadgerLink
8/18/2014An Unexpected False StartBadgerLink
8/5/2014Now The Real Stuff Begins!BadgerLink
7/29/2014Rehearsals For The Main EventBadgerLink
7/5/2014Sizing Up The SquadBadgerLink
6/4/2014Food Stocks Run OutBadgerLink
5/29/2014Store Wars Episode 2BadgerLink
5/20/2014A Trio Of FarewellsBadgerLink
5/14/2014Comings And GoingsBadgerLink
5/10/2014I Don't B-League It!BadgerLink
5/6/2014Time To Make DecisionsBadgerLink
4/29/2014Should I Stay Or Should I Go?BadgerLink
4/22/2014And Now The End Is NearBadgerLink
4/20/2014Drawing A Blank At BlackburnBadgerLink
4/15/2014Drawing LotsBadgerLink
4/9/2014Reality BitesBadgerLink
4/7/2014Miller Time Runs DryBadgerLink
4/3/2014Can A Two Month Extension Make The Difference?BadgerLink
4/1/2014Food For ThoughtBadgerLink
3/31/2014It Ain't Over Til It's OverBadgerLink
3/24/2014Are Yeovil Town A Relegation Side?BadgerLink
2/17/2014Ticket To RideBadgerLink
2/10/2014Concentrating On The LeagueBadgerLink
2/6/2014Home Is Where The Heart IsBadgerLink
1/21/2014The Jinx Of Being A Yeovil Town Loan PlayerBadgerLink
12/31/2013Stand Up If You Love YeovilBadgerLink
12/30/2013Half Term ReportBadgerLink
12/19/2013Moving The GoalpostsBadgerLink
12/16/2013Storing Up ProblemsBadgerLink
12/12/2013No Peaceful New Year For GaryBadgerLink
12/10/2013Pitching A CurveballBadgerLink
11/26/2013Paddy Madden - Shocked But Not Surprised?BadgerLink
10/3/2013Competing In The Mini-LeagueBadgerLink
9/30/2013Controversial Refereeing Decisions No. 7395bBadgerLink
9/19/2013Batten Down The HatchesBadgerLink
9/12/2013Counting The CostBadgerLink
9/10/2013No Hurry For A LoanBadgerLink
8/28/2013The Issues Of Sporting ConductBadgerLink
8/27/2013Back To RealityBadgerLink
8/19/2013Looking Back To Step ForwardBadgerLink
8/10/2013The More Things Change ...BadgerLink
8/5/2013Millwall 0 Yeovil 1 : One Down, Forty-Five To GoBadgerLink
7/6/2013Chief DecisionsBadgerLink
6/24/2013Signs Of LifeBadgerLink
6/4/2013Three Are FreeBadgerLink
6/1/2013Grounds For ImprovementBadgerLink
5/29/2013The Size Of The Championship TaskBadgerLink
5/5/2013Next Goal Wins?BadgerLink
5/3/2013What Are Our Chances In This Season's Play-Offs?BadgerLink
4/8/2013Target SixBadgerLink
3/5/2013Planning For The Future Part OneBadgerLink
1/20/2013Does The Administration Rule Need Revisiting?BadgerLink
1/11/2013From Bramall Lane To Bramall LaneBadgerLink
1/9/2013Wembley Goes West In East LondonBadgerLink
12/31/2012Waiting In The Arrivals LoungeBadgerLink
12/25/2012Halfway HouseBadgerLink
10/1/2012Preston 3 Yeovil 2 : Deepdale Defeat DissectedBadgerLink
9/19/2012Orient 4 Yeovil 1 : No Case For The DefenceBadgerLink
9/3/2012Attending To AttendancesBadgerLink
8/22/2012Brentford 1 Yeovil 3 : Full Stech SavesBadgerLink
8/14/2012Starting The Season RightBadgerLink
7/1/2012And So It Begins Again ...BadgerLink
6/26/2012The Calm Before The Storm?BadgerLink
6/6/2012Out With The Old And In With The NewBadgerLink
5/20/2012What Price A Striker?BadgerLink
5/13/2012The End Of Short-Termism?BadgerLink
4/30/2012The Waiting GameBadgerLink
4/23/2012All's Well That Ends WellBadgerLink
4/18/2012Decisions, DecisionsBadgerLink
4/12/2012When More Is LessBadgerLink
4/10/2012Mind The GapBadgerLink
2/1/2012Damp Squib Is No SurpriseBadgerLink
1/11/2012The First (Blades) Cut Is The DeepestBadgerLink
1/8/2012Dignity And Respect Needed For Management ChangeBadgerLink
12/18/2011The Future Of BBC Local RadioBadgerLink
12/14/2011Yeovil 0 Fleetwood 2 : The Morning After The Night BeforeBadgerLink
11/14/2011Hereford 0 Yeovil 3: Banana Skin Avoided But Another AwaitsBadgerLink
11/7/2011Chesterfield 2 Yeovil 2 : As You Were ThenBadgerLink
7/9/2010Football League Survey 2010 Detailed ResultsBadgerLink
6/25/2010Pressure Grows For League Sporting Sanctions To Be IncreasedBadgerLink
6/18/2010Making A Perfect PitchBadgerLink
6/9/2010Larrieu Signs New Deal To Set Up A Decade With PilgrimsBadgerLink
6/8/2010Summer Scrapped For Former Loan StarsBadgerLink
6/8/2010Wazza Speaks About Witheridge AppointmentBadgerLink
6/7/2010Wazza Back In BusinessBadgerLink
6/7/2010Stewart Planning Final Season Of Playing CareerBadgerLink
6/6/2010On The Agenda At The Football League AGMBadgerLink
6/4/2010Warne Extends Stay With MillersBadgerLink
5/14/2010Hearn Calls For Double Relegation For 'Cheating' ClubsBadgerLink
5/13/2010Football's Silly SeasonBadgerLink
5/10/2010Tears, Tantrums And Two-Bob ClubsBadgerLink
5/4/2010Levelling The Playing Field For Next SeasonBadgerLink
4/30/2010Fancy An Extra 217,000 Per Season? No Thanks!BadgerLink
4/28/2010Full Transparency For Football League Club Ownership?BadgerLink
1/10/2010The Big Freezes And How They Affected Yeovil TownBadgerLink
1/4/2010A Window Of Little Opportunity?BadgerLink
12/6/2009The Fastest Glovers In The WestBadgerLink
11/27/2009Chipping Away At Yeovil's Travel ProblemsBadgerLink
11/19/2009Tis The Season To Post LossesBadgerLink
10/8/2009Unmasking The Real Owners Behind Football ClubsBadgerLink
10/6/2009What A Difference A Gate MakesBadgerLink
7/6/2009The Worries Of Becoming A Small ClubBadgerLink
7/3/2009The Other Guy - Terry Skiverton In 1999BadgerLink
5/20/2009The North-South DivideBadgerLink
10/15/2007Premium Pricing Attendance Analysis : October 2007BadgerLink
3/13/2007The Effect Of Friday Night Football Upon AttendancesBadgerLink
2/1/2006January Transfer Window Round-Up No.10BadgerLink
1/30/2006January Transfer Window Round-Up No.9BadgerLink
1/27/2006January Transfer Window Round-Up No.8BadgerLink
1/26/2006January Transfer Window Round-Up No.7BadgerLink
1/25/2006January Transfer Window Round-Up No.6BadgerLink
1/16/2006 January Transfer Window Round-Up No.5BadgerLink
1/12/2006January Transfer Window Round-Up No.4BadgerLink
1/11/2006January Transfer Window Round-Up No.3BadgerLink
1/9/2006January Transfer Window Round-Up No.2BadgerLink
1/4/2006January Transfer Window Round-Up No.1BadgerLink
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