29/04/2019 : Taff's Gloversblog : Where Did It All Go Wrong For Yeovil Town?
29 April 2019 : Where Did It All Go Wrong For Yeovil Town?
Yeovil Town's Football League experience started in August 2003 at Spotland, Rochdale and it was effectively ended at Sixfields, Northampton. A sixteen year journey will be formally ended next weekend against Carlisle United - Yeovil Town's first Football League opponents at Huish Park, again in August 2003. Unfortunately over the last few years, the position that the club finds itself in, has been entirely predictable and avoidable.

Touching briefly on the Northampton Town game, I thought that during the first half that was the best football I'd seen Yeovil Town play in the last six months. We looked fluent and attacking, with the only minus point being that the defence looked a bit edgy at times. Jake Gray in particular had his best game since the 2017-18 season. The trouble was that the 'edgy' nature of our defending came back to haunt us during the second half. I mentioned this after the Crewe Alexandra match that singular errors were killing us, and in particular with the first goal that was undeniably the case.

I don't intend to dissect each player's performance on the day - a wider critique of the players can be left until after the Carlisle United game next weekend. The more burning question right now, is how did Yeovil Town end up in 24th place in League Two, with relegation back into non-league football a certainty (unless the situations at Coventry City and Bolton Wanderers suddenly give us an undeserved reprieve). The clues to the club's demise have been out there in the open (with some of these being mentioned in past blogs, so apologies for the repetition, but I want to drive the message home.

The Long Term Problem:

Chairman John Fry or the Football Club itself made various statements that forecast very obviously bad projections for the club, all of which were documented on this site. The three key statements are as follows:

John Fry, November 26th 2011 (on what would happen if the Food Store development plans failed) : "It will be a big struggle. In fact it will be dire, from the point of view that we have to bring in the revenues to maintain our position in the Football League. Basically, we are running out of time".

Yeovil Town Football Club, Three Year Strategic Plan, January 1st 2014 (in support of the club's planning application) : "The Club can no longer continue to live from 'hand to mouth' each season, and its long term future will be decided on the regeneration plans for the Huish Park site. Failure to succeed with this current planning application which will allow for the development of the stadium site will consign the Club to play in the lower leagues and possibly return to Non-League football."

John Fry, November 2nd 2015 (looking back at the Championship season) : "When we came into that Championship I could see what was coming. I was probably the one person that day when looking around at the celebrations and I thought 'hang on a minute, we have to get the money in here'. Probably my biggest regret is I could not think of a way. My key worry was making sure this club did not go broke. We did very well in the Championship. We competed and we competed well but we just didn't quite have it. It has cost us dearly."

What this should have told fans is that the club's ownership and natural income was insufficient to keep the club going. That problem has been occasionally masked by Gary Johnson's miraculous promotion year into the Championship and the windfall that gave the club, coupled by two FA Cup draws against Manchester United that also brought in sizeable unexpected income. The problem was always what would happen in the worst case scenario - when such money had been spent and the club had a lean year where it got knocked out of every cup competition at the first stage. Either the club would suffer heavy losses, or it would need to perform financial cut-backs. It needed new investment, but Fry and Owner Norman Hayward pinned their hopes on getting that additional income through the Retail Park, rather than a new investor, and those plans never reached fruition.

Fry's armageddon scenario mentioned above should have rung alarm bells, and in particular once the the development plans caved in during April 2014, there should have been a Plan B. Instead, the Board's decision was to launch another Plan A Part 2 - a second planning application that was launched in August 2015, but those plans have remained dormant since around September/October 2015. Since then, from an off the field point of view, there hasn't been a Plan A or a Plan B - the Good Ship Yeovil has been left rudderless and without direction or leadership. But presumably the three points made above by John Fry and within the club's Three Year Strategic Plan remained issues.

The Medium Term Problem:

When we dropped back into League Two, the obvious hope was that we would immediately rebuild and return to League One. The four seasons that have passed have told a very different story. We managed 19th, 20th, 19th and now will finish 23rd/24th this season. There was a much more subtle warning sign for anyone who was paying attention though. During the 2015-16 season we finished 14 points off relegation. Then for the 2016-17 season we finished 4 points off relegation. Then for the 2017-18 season, we finished 2 points off relegation. We were gradually getting closer and CLOSER to the iceberg.

The 2017-18 season was particularly acute because of what happened on February 13th 2018. We beat Barnet - who were eventually relegated - by a 2-0 scoreline. The match saw Sam Surridge given an incredibly dodgy second minute penalty, which we scored. That was then followed by Barnet putting severe pressure on our goal, only for them to be undone by a 90th minute breakaway goal by Francois Zoko. If that early penalty had not been awarded, or if Barnet had got their equaliser, we would have had a 1-1 draw. Such a scoreline would have seen us relegated during the 2017-18 season. So our fate that season was heavily influenced by one questionable, but favourable, referee decision. Again, that should have rung alarm bells, but it didn't.

The other noticeable yardstick was the falling crowds. From 4,346 during our League One season in 2014-15, we dropped to 3,936 during our first season in League Two, but then continued to fall with 3,567 in 2016-17 and 2,941 in 2017-18. Similarly season ticket sales dropped from around 2,000 down to 1,500. By both yardsticks, we'd lost about a quarter of our supporters. This was made particularly stark by the number of these crowds that were setting new lows for the Football League era from the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons. That trend continued into 2018-19 as we hit another new low of 2,174 against Port Vale in November 2018. On top of that it was pretty obvious that there were 500-600 fewer people actually inside the stadium compared to what was actually being announced. Given all of this means less income at the Ticket Office, and less income from tea bars, drinks bars and programme sales, again this should have been ringing alarm bells. But until the last three home games where the club has made an effort to get more people inside the stadium, ask yourself what effort the club was making to reverse this trend?

Finally, in the medium-term category, we have the absence of Chairman John Fry from public view. In October 2016 he performed a routine interview with BBC local radio, in a Saturday Sport feature that they invite all of their local Chairmen and Chief Executives on air, on a rolling basis. It was a fairly robust interview, but not an unfair one, and no different from the way that presenter Geoff Twentyman had challenged Bristol City and Bristol Rovers counterparts over the years. But it was to be the last 'live' interview that Fry was to do with the BBC. Club Owner Norman Hayward has rarely given public comment - the one and only BBC interview he's done was during the week of our 2013 League One Play-Off Final, meaning that when Fry decided to drop out from the public eye, that the Good Ship Yeovil was left without a captain at the wheel.

The BBC have put out various on-air pleas for club Directors or the main 'ownership' pair to discuss club matters over the last three years, but those requests have been refused or ignored. A scattering of people such as Mark Palmer (in his 'football advisor' role, before the takeover was announced), David Mills and Dave Linney have stepped in, but within those interviews, some of the questions asked and answers given have tended to result in "I don't know, you'd have to ask the Chairman/Owner" replies. The lack of top level leadership, particularly this season, has been acute, and from my point of view it's felt like the club has been abandoned. Absent ownership is always cause for alarm when you see it. Even on Monday morning on BBC Somerset, they were apologising for the lack of inputs from the YTFC hierarchy, turning instead to former manager Gary Johnson to give his views on the club - the third time they've reached out to him in the last month to put him on air for the 'what should the club do in this position?' questions - Sir Gary is a genius but he can't manage two football clubs!

The Short Term Problem:

One of the patterns of Darren Way's management across his three-and-a-half seasons has been that he has generally started well, but has reached a point in the season where things have begun to unravel. I've tended to believe there were two factors behind this. Firstly that Darren was good at setting up a First XI on paper, but not so good at recruiting a squad that could sustain that when others weren't available. Secondly that Darren was good at setting up a tactical Plan A at the start of the season, but not so good at setting out a Plan B when things started to go badly due to either a run of defeats, a loss of personnel or the opposition management neutering your tactics. The best managers are the Chess players, that can sit there in-game and make that move that suddenly turns the tables. With Darren, once each season went wrong, I wasn't convinced he knew how to put it right.

This was particularly acute in how it manifested itself during the 2018-19 season. Whilst during the 2016-17 campaign, our season of two halves centred around the loss of Ryan Hedges and Otis Khan, and the failed attempts to squeeze players into Darren's favoured 4-3-3 with them out of the side, the downfall of the 2018-19 season came much earlier. From a hard statistical point of view, that downfall came after the seventh game of the season - ironically the 6-0 win over Newport County represents the dividing line, although I think for some people Game No.9 was also a factor, when we lost Diallang Jaiyesimi and Omar Sowunmi to injury. Managing a football season is about dealing with those sort of set-backs, and having the personnel and the Plan B to deal with such things.

As I've said on other blogs, our form since that Newport game has been horrific. Five wins in 38 games, a goal difference of minus 37, and a league table that would put the club 13 points adrift at the foot of the league if the season was started from that point onwards. During that time, our relegation rivals Notts County gained 14 points on us, whilst Macclesfield Town gained 16 points. Anyone paying remote attention to results would have seen the slide happening, and the worst thing of it was that it was accelerating - by the time Darren Way was pushed out the door, we were on a run of 10 defeats in 12 games.

Given this bad run of form had been underway for two months by that time, I really do wonder what was going through the minds of the Yeovil Town Board of Directors in November 2018. When we played Stockport County in the First Round of the FA Cup, we were on a run of one win in nine League Two games. We lost 1-3 at home to a side that were 43 positions below us in the pyramid. Stockport didn't beat us by plucky goalkeeping, scrambled goalmouth clearances or by the luck of the Gods. They beat us because they were better organised, more composed and superior to us on the day.

Embarrassing defeats to non-league opposition in the FA Cup are normally the point at which Board of Directors start to discuss P45s for failing management, particularly when its coupled with poor league form. The season probably hadn't quite reached that point - Yeovil were at that stage in 14th place in the table. But with only one win at home, the poor form and the Stockport defeat, you'd think the Board would have at least put Darren Way 'on watch', with the January transfer window six weeks away. Instead on November 20th 2018, they did the opposite, and implicitly rewarded failure by giving him a new two-and-a-half year contract.

Looking back on that decision, I would say that was the singular mistake that ultimately resulted in Yeovil Town's relegation. Firstly, a number of fans who had been casually sitting on the fence about Darren Way's long term future at the club, promptly came off the fence because whilst they were okay to leave him in place for the time being, and let sleeping dogs lie, they certainly weren't okay with him being given a long term future at that stage. Secondly the Board's decision created a political environment, not unlike Brexit. The majority sat on the fence became either 'Way In' or 'Way Out'. This created a toxic atmosphere around the club (again not unlike Brexit) where fans were being branded as 'anti-club' because they either didn't support the Boardroom decision, or didn't like the direction of travel down the table the club was taking.

The decision also eventually created a political problem for the Board. As results deteriorated further, could they now justify sacking a manager who merely weeks/months previously they had declared was a 'gem of a manager' and good enough to get a shiny new contract? If Darren had still been on his deal that expired in June 2019, there would have been a simple answer, but with an embarrassment factor to weigh up, and a higher level of compensation to consider, the Board had hamstrung themselves. Reporter Chris Spittles believed the Board had done the new contract as a political move to 'shut up' some of the noisier critics of Way's tenure, including former Director Andy Rossiter who had been vocal in his concerns. If Chris was right (and I think he probably was) then it hopelessly backfired as a vicious circle. The deterioration of the results meant that over the course of time, popular opinion verged towards 'Way Out' in a manner that I have not seen since probably Brian Hall's second spell during the 1994-95 season.

In normal circumstances, I think a Board would have recognised the situation and culled the manager, with Way's tenure having reached the point of no return on numerous occasions. But I think that because of the above 'embarrassment factor' it wasn't likely. To complicate matters, the club's takeover talks were in progress. If that takeover had been done quickly, then I think the decision over Darren's future would have been taken by the new Owner/Board. Either from a financial point of view, or from a political point of view, it appeared to be left for Rob Couhig's team to pick up.

Except that the takeover didn't happen on time, and with seven games to go, the Fry/Hayward Board finally bit the bullet and sacked Darren Way. Whilst I think it was the right decision, it came far too late in the season to have a meaningful effect. With the takeover in limbo and the club's League status in limbo, I suspect that recruiting an outsider would have been virtually impossible unless you were prepared to stomach a long-term out-of-work person desperate for any employment he could get. You certainly weren't going to see the likes of Ian Holloway (suggested by many fans) leaving his cushy position as a rent-a-pundit for BT Sport, Sky Sports etc to come down and risk a relegation on his CV, and no guarantee on the club's ownership.

So we got Neale Marmon. I suspect the only other option was Paul Terry, unless you wanted to see if any of the old has-beens like Ian Atkins wanted to come out of retirement. Any other options would have needed the takeover to go through, given that the financial commitment to a playing budget and a management contract couldn't easily be undertaken by the outgoing Board. For what should eventually (hopefully) bring positive change to the club, the extended nature of the process will also have been a factor.

I don't think Marmon will be the long term answer to our first team management problems, even if I think there has been an improvement in performances compared to Darren Way's final dozen games. But equally I don't think judging his six games in charge as being a major factor in our relegation is warranted. His only failing was that he couldn't achieve the turnaround quickly enough. From that point of view I think an outsider could have produced a 'big bang' approach - Marmon's style was a little bit too much 'continuity Way' at first for my liking - but as already said I don't think there were too many quality options to pick from given the circumstances. Under new ownership and a new season, hopefully there eventually will be.

Marmon also faced an uphill challenge (and I think anyone would have had this problem) by the fact that the original situation had been allowed to go on for too long without firm leadership and action. I've remarked on this in recent matches - and anyone who was at Northampton Town would have seen this in vivid colour - that certain players were by now a bag of nerves once things went wrong. Obviously Omar Sowunmi was one of those, but he wasn't the only one. For any fans who are tempted to take it out on him, and make him a scapegoat for his own goal - DON'T. In an ideal world the losing run should never have been allowed to continue for such a long time that it results in players nerves and confidence being shattered. In an ideal world we would have more leadership on the pitch to steady the ship. The problems experienced by Marmon and Sowunmi are more symptoms of the disease, than the root cause of it all.

And So .... The Future.

We head down to the National League as a club in limbo. We have no Ownership (or at least one in transition), a confusing Executive position (is Mark Palmer in charge or is John Fry?) and an unknown first team management position that is dependent upon both. This situation desperately needs to be resolved in the next 10 days if it not to introduce a potential crisis for the club, as player contract decisions, and season ticket packages may need to be issued by personnel who might not be at the club by the time they reach fruition. If those decisions are delayed or are made by the 'wrong board/management' compared to the one that runs the club in the 2019-20 season, then it may hamper the club in the short/medium term, or delay their ability to plan for the new campaign.

We'll see how it goes, and how quickly new owners and new management come into the club, but it may be that 2019-20 becomes a consolidation year, to reverse the downward spiral. I must say I was slightly amazed that the club's statement on the team's relegation from the Football League managed to entirely gloss over the point that there is a 2.5 month old takeover process being undertaken and yet boldly claiming "we already have a definitive plan of how to ensure the problems of this season are not repeated". On what planet can you have a "definitive plan" when you don't even know who the ownership is going to be, or who the first team management is going to be? The club's statement around this was entitled "Fans central to bounce back" - you will only make the fans central to your football club when you start being honest and transparent about the circumstances the club finds itself in.

Once the ownership is sorted and the first team management is sorted, there needs to be a sweeping of the broom at the club, and a Yeovil Town V2.0 launched. There needs to be a sea change in the mentality of the club at Ownership, Board, Management and at Supporter level. I include the latter because of the toxicity of the 2018-19 season. Supporters who spoke up about the club's recent direction or choice of first team management were not 'anti club' - they were genuine fans who were concerned that their club was heading for relegation unless change was made.

Equally, I think that once the new ownership and management does come in, there needs to be a fresh mindset from supporters. I think the problem is that we've been through so many years of decline that the natural instinct amongst many fans is to assume the worst. There needs to be better objective thinking from all angles of the Yeovil Town supporter base, and a cut-through of the yah-boo style dismissal of news or views. Keep an open, but questioning mind. Learn when to trust the good things that may be about to happen, but also learn how to spot those alarm bells I've mentioned above that may indicate your football club isn't going in the right direction.

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eddie harding said ...

Spare a thought for Notts County , one of if not the oldest professional football clubs in the world .About to join us . I hope the Swindon fans remember the County fans who will be even more upset than us ,and treat them with a bit of respect .
29/04/2019 21:07:29

Cruncher said ...

Over many years you have accurately every step of the way articulated club deterioration, and the wrong prioritising that caused it, and now you accurately describe the inevitable end result.

The point of inevitability is sharply defined by the long saga of the proposed development. Firstly the land split, then the tie-up with Dawson, and none of it ever having an ounce of credible potential.

The divisive fall-out was huge. Some fans calling it out for the rubbish proposal it was, and then those fans unfairly labelled 'troublemakers' for realising that club direction had to change and for voicing it. Even promotion to the Championship was treated by the club as a step towards a downturn.

Maybe the Couhig buyout is still on, maybe it isn't. Maybe it offers to be a good thing, maybe it doesn't. If ever a club needed to be community owned, or at least with a community-based ownership, it is this one. Whether that is near, or far, we shall see. But, whatever is or isn't going on with the US deal, the recent lack of any word about the state of it might appear to be significantly relevant to the lost League status.

29/04/2019 21:47:37

Yorkshire Glover said ...

Thanks for the analysis... far too polite though.
Taff would have been far blunter. Loved Hugh's tweet about Make Do and Mend.
29/04/2019 21:50:19

Cruncher said ...

Taff's last blog http://www.ciderspace.co.uk/ASP/features/blog.asp?BlogId=427 just before we sadly lost him near the end of 2010 still stands out as plain truth that foresaw the future.

Para 4:" It's the Board who should be looking at themselves today. Yes, by and large they've kept the club solvent, the small matter of a million pound loss in the last financial year nothwithstanding; but it's they who have allowed the club to stagnate over the last few years, who have failed to build on the legacy left by Gary Johnson and Jon Goddard-Watts. It's the Board who have allowed mediocre non-entities to keep positions of influence in the club and who do nothing but alienate fans and take revenue streams and potential revenue streams away from the club. It's the Board who hounded out the previous manager Russell Slade on wholly spurious grounds and then cynically appointed the one man guaranteed to unite the fanbase behind them, even though we all knew Skivo was the cheap option to end all cheap options and that it would probably all end in tears. And now, most cynical of all, it's the Board who have split the land assets of the Huish Park site away from the football operation and have the temerity and chutzpah to tell us that there's no other way to attract new investment into the club. New investment? Don't make me laugh. I could tell you stories, doubtless many of you reading this could tell me stories too about people, fans, potential investors with money, ready and willing to invest in the club in the past but who have always been turned away. And why were they turned away? Because they wanted a say in how their money was spent and our glorious leaders weren't prepared to dilute their power and their shareholdings in the club. Self-interest rules. "
29/04/2019 22:24:01

andrew strickland said ...

I would love to know the total wasted cost of the years of Planning application as it will have bled the coffers dry, irrespective of the sources being not football related perhaps. I told the board at Wigan there would never be meaningful redevelopment at HP, so I believe the fans would be entitled to know how many hundreds of thousands have gone in as to me as a retired architect, it will be a staggering misdirection of funds, and it still goes on!
I worry greatly about Mark Palmer, and to see why take a look at his one man board website, his minimal assets, newness of his company, and absolutely no football club executive experience. I pin my hopes on the American, and just pray that for once we are truly in safe hands, because as yet the ownership is still in the rank fetid mismanaging hands of Fry, and Hawards' board, and all its resulting awful decision making
30/04/2019 05:54:29

PBate said ...

A well documented article.Leadership is crucial to any organisation. The leaders make the important decisions and the board have made some howlers, especially giving Darren a new contract when the performances on the pitch were in freefall. The team have not played consistently well for some years and had they been in the Conference this season would have struggled. The Solihull and Stockport cup games highlighted this as there isn't a great gap between League Two and the Conference. The team leadership is of course crucial as to what happens on the pitch and the recent photos of "We are having a good time!" on the night of the relegation says it all. Who instigated that "celebration"? Paul Terry features in the pictures and is the 1st team coach! If my favourite manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, witnessed that they would all be out of the door. Let's hope they can maintain their status in the Conference next season as it takes some time to rebuild a team that will gain promotion at any level.
30/04/2019 08:18:42

Dusty said ...

Not removing DW earlier this season after 10 games was a major error of judgement topped by the board's decision to give him a contract extension. I would have removed him at the same stage in 17/18. What the board did do, however, was let DW rebuild the team twice if not three times and he failed to get the best out of his teams. Football wise relegation was avoidable. As for the takeover, who knows? If I was an overseas buyer for a football team in England would it be Yeovil? Possibly but maybe not now. Presumably if the sale falls though the board would accept a similar offer from elsewhere so I will get some lucky dips over the next few weeks in case I buy a lucky lucky dip!
30/04/2019 13:31:53

Swaby said ...

I think at this stage itís right to spare a thought for those Bolton Wanderers and Coventry City fans who may not have a club at all this time next month. At least weíll have somewhere to go in August next year to watch our team (I hope!).

Where we can relate is that our current ownership have completed a total dismembering of the club. They were selfish enough to hang on to the club at a time it desperately needed new ideas and new investment.

I agree that the decision to offer Darren a new contract was the final nail in the coffin - it was at that point I had to stop going to games. It was an extraordinary ignorance of performance but also the fan base who were craving a change long before it happened.

I for one am a total believer that the current owners were more comfortable in non-league and wanted us back there so they could have an easier life. My reason for that is they have missed countless opportunities to grow or even stabilise to halt the slide but they have relentlessly chosen to do things alone, and on the cheap, despite everybody elseís better judgement. Gary Johnson carried us well beyond anyoneís expectations. But he actually went beyond their limits. And itís at that point onwards they categorically failed the club and everybody around it.

The current board are now going to slip out the back door and leave us with this shadow of what the club once was. I will be back next year because I canít help myself but what Iíve seen over the past 6 or 7 years has been torture.
30/04/2019 15:07:33

Nick Rogers said ...

If we're not to depend just on inward investment from a potential new owner, as that can and does run out, then the club will have to generate sustainable income away from match days and sponsorship in order to at least stand still and more importantly to grow to remain competitive.

It must be worth exploring what development options might get the support of the local councils and other organisations, such as the NHS and other NGOs, instead of going for schemes which they do not support. Yeovil needs a genuine community stadium, sports and health/wellbeing centre.

YTFC 2.0 must pull us all together by including supporters organisations such as the Glovers Trust and genuinely reaching out to the wider community.
30/04/2019 17:32:54

Andy C said ...

Spot on article again.
Definitely need a new start. No more jobs for the boys . For the first time in years there needs to be a proper application and interview process for the position of manager.Don't think this so called board have done this since 2007.
Fry and Hayward should be ashamed of themselves, they have run this club into the ground surrounded by yes men ! If they had sacked DW in November rather than give him another two years I truly believe we would not be in this position. A new manager could have been in for the transfer window and would have had time to turn things round.
Also do we read anything in to Chris Cohen being there for the Colchester game ? A young manager of a Championship under 23 side at a League 2 game or was he just visiting family and friends ?
30/04/2019 20:17:37

Dave said ...

Unfortunately the CLUB has never felt like a fully professional outfit during the whole football league era. Even when the team were firing on all cylinders the club still felt amateurish. Hopefully the new owners will bring an aura of professionalism and the dynamism which has been lacking. Ill-considered appointments such as Paul Sturridge and Darren Way, a complete lack of consideration and respect for fans and a miserly approach to transfer deals all contributed to the downbeat feel and a downbeat approach on the field. Let's all hope for a positive future and a club to be proud of again
01/05/2019 20:08:48

Rich_the_Glover said ...

Thanks for the excellent article. I agree with your analysis regarding Way's bizarre contract renewal. I too wonder if it partly came as a result of the powers that be's inherent desire to silence critics and speculation. As Cruncher aptly quotes from Taff - "self-interest rules".

We must hope that Couhig completes. Who knows whether it will be as good as it sounds (and whether we'll see a return of the Yeovil Town Cheer-squad...) but to my mind it beats the alternative of no change. Because boy do we need it...

02/05/2019 05:38:56

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11/14/2018The Cup Runs DryBadgerLink
11/1/2018A Factcheck On StatisticsBadgerLink
10/2/2018Running Out Of Steam At CrawleyBadgerLink
9/8/2018Looking Upwards, Rather Than Down?BadgerLink
7/7/2018Summer Changes At Huish ParkBadgerLink
6/17/2018The Two That Got AwayBadgerLink
5/11/2018The Old Guard Exit The BuildingBadgerLink
5/10/2018Decision Time For Glovers SixBadgerLink
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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