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Sun 30th September 2001
A Win Is A Win Is A Win

Another day and another home game, and Yeovil Town started where they had left off all too often at Huish Park this season by going a goal down in the first half. This time it was Leigh RMI doing the damage, Marcus Hallows finding the net from a free header after 8 minutes. The visitors proceeded to boss the rest of a very disappointing first half from a Yeovil point of view, albeit without threatening the Glovers goal overmuch.

Yeovil looked much more up for it in the second half without ever getting into the fluent passing game we know they are capable of. However, credit where it is due, they exerted huge pressure on the Leigh goal, getting men and the ball into the opposition's penalty-box quickly. The pressure finally paid off in the 64th minute when Scott Ramsay was fouled in the penalty area, Darren Way converting the spot-kick. Yeovil continued pressing forwards and got the winner 5 minutes from time, Scott Ramsay firing home after some excellent work by Adam Lockwood. Unfortunately Lockwood blotted his copybook in injury time when he was sent off by stand-in referee Mr Turner, who's decisions bemused both teams and the crowd throughout the afternoon. The player now faces a 2-match ban.

A welcome 3 points for the Glovers then, and important that, even playing poorly for much of the game, the team had the character and application to bounce back from going one down. The Ciderspace match report page can be found here. The Glovers move up to 7th place in the Conference table, 7 points behind leaders Dagenham & Redbridge.

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Thurs 27th September 2001
Johnson 'Still Looking' For New Players

Yeovil boss Gary Johnson is still looking for new players, according to today's editions of the local press, though he's been encountering some problems in signing suitable targets.

Today's Western Gazette informs us that one unnamed player, currently with a Division 1 club, agreed to join Yeovil but was in the end rejected by the manager beause of his "astronomical" wage demands. Another unnamed Johnson target has now joined another club, but the boss still has offers to two other players being considered at the moment.

Chairman John Fry has been speaking to the Gazette regarding the resignation of former director Jon Goddard-Watts last Friday. Fry said, "It was his [Goddard-Watts] decision and although I am disappointed we have got to fill the gap. There will be a board meeting next Wednesday. We have given this week to settle things down and then we will have to look at the overall situation."

"It is a clear-cut case of 'what do we do now?' It is difficult. This is a blow because Jon was such an important person to me - an ally. I worked very closely with him and he will be a hard act to follow if we are going to find a replacement."

"We do not know what the long-term financial position will be but immediately we will have to do all the calculations. The blow we had with the play-off system being rejected is going to be just as big and important though."

There's better news for one of Yeovil's long-term injury worries - defender Colin Pluck has begun training again after a clash of heads in training earlier in the season led to chronic headaches, sickness, numbness and breathing problems. His illness has now been diagnosed as a possible viral infection which was compounded by the head injury he suffered, but after numerous tests and hospital visits he has now been given the all-clear to resume full-time training on Monday.

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Sun 23rd September 2001
Sent to Coventry

A meeting of the Conference chairmen will take place on Wednesday 26th September in Coventry to decide on how to progress after the rejection of the play-off proposals by the full F.A. Council last Friday. The rejection was as conclusive as expected, with vote going seventy-nine to five against, with one abstention.

The mood of the majority of Conference chairman seems to have swung dramatically - with little talk still in evidence of taking legal action, and a number now claiming they had doubts all along about the scheme, despite voting for it. There is also evidence that some are less than happy with the role of the Conference executive in this affair, feeling that they weren't on top of the implications, and questioning why the executive hadn't taken steps to ensure F.A. and League agreement was at least likely before launching the plan on a sceptical public.

One has to say that this smacks of a rapid distancing from an embarrassing mess. If the average fan could see the gaping flaws in the whole plan (including the necessity of the F.A. and League having to accept it) within hours, judging from the extensive discussions that were going on around the Net, quite why twenty out of twenty-two chairmen couldn't at the time beggars belief to be frank. Ciderspace hopes that the meeting on Wednesday reaches the conclusion that this sorry fiasco is best buried, and the Conference re-focuses on what should be the primary goal - the increase in promotion and relegation places between the Conference and the League. If and when that is achieved the question of play-offs can be addressed.

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Sun 23rd September 2001
Glovers Find Heart And Soul At Dover

Two wins in a week for Yeovil Town - it's amazing what a change of formation can do! The Glovers travelled to The Crabble yesterday to face a Dover side which itself had won 3 home games in a row, and came away with a very creditable 2-1 win, Carl Alford and Chris Giles both notching their 4th goal of the season each. The official site's match report can be found here; and video highlights of the game, including both Yeovil goals, can be downloaded from the bizarrely-named unofficial Dover site Alfred 1066. Beware though - it's a 10mb file and will take a long time to download through an ordinary dial-up connection.

The week's results see the Glovers lying in 10th place in the Conference table, 7 points behind leaders Dagenham & Redbridge. Yeovil's away form has been excellent so far this season, the team winning 4, drawing 1 and losing 1 out of the 6 away games played; it's at home where the problems have been evident, with the record reading Played 5, Won 1, Drawn 1, Lost 3. The Glovers next scheduled match is at home to Leigh RMI next Saturday 29th September, kick-off 3pm.

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Fri 21st September 2001
LDV Draw - QPR At Home

Yeovil Town have been drawn at home to 2nd Division Queens Park Rangers in the 1st Round of the LDV Vans Trophy, ties to be played in the week commencing October 15, 2001

The draw in full (Conference teams in bold):

Northern Section

Notts County v York City
Scunthorpe United v Lincoln City
Hartlepool United v Bury
Leigh RMI v Scarborough
Wrexham v Wigan Athletic
Shrewsbury Town v Chesterfield
Port Vale v Carlisle United
Rochdale v Southport
Huddersfield Town v Halifax Town
Doncaster Rovers v Kidderminster Harriers
Blackpool v Stoke City
Darlington v Macclesfield Town

The following Clubs will receive a bye through to Round Two: Hull City, Mansfield Town, Oldham Athletic, Tranmere Rovers.

Southern Section

Northampton Town v Oxford United
Stevenage Borough v Southend United
Bristol City v Torquay United
Exeter City v Cambridge United
Colchester United v Swindon Town
Yeovil Town v Queens Park Rangers
Cheltenham Town v Plymouth Argyle
Cardiff City v Rushden & Diamonds
Wycombe Wanderers v Brentford
Barnet v AFC Bournemouth
Dagenham & Redbridge v Leyton Orient
Swansea City v Brighton & Hove Albion

The following Clubs will receive a bye through to Round Two: Bristol Rovers, Luton Town, Peterborough United, Reading.

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Fri 21st September 2001
Jon Goddard-Watts Leaves Glovers

One of Yeovil Town's 'Gang Of Three', Director and multi-millionaire Jon Goddard-Watts has resigned from the board of the club, according to the official website.

70-year-old Goddard-Watts made his personal fortune from the sale of the company his family had built up from scratch, Screwfix Direct. The largest single shareholder at the club, he had been a director on the board for over 3 years and although not a huge football fan himself was regarded as a close ally of chairman John Fry. Although the club's accounts have always been extraordinarily difficult to comprehend, it has widely been assumed that Goddard-Watts's money was if not wholly then certainly partly behind the move to full-time football at Yeovil Town - it remains to be seen how his resignation will affect the club in the future.

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Fri 21st September 2001
FA Reject Play-Offs - Again

The FA Council met yesterday to discuss the Conference's proposal to introduce play-offs at the end of the season to decide which club would be regarded as the 'Champion Club' and be promoted to the 3rd Division next season.

According to the Non League Paper's website, after extensive discussion at yesterday's meeting the FA Council have rejected for a final time the Conference's play-off proposals, presumably meaning that the club that finishes top of the league at the end of the season will be automatically promoted, provided it meets the Football League's ground and financial criteria.

The Conference is holding a board meeting today to discuss their next move, but to all intents and purposes there appears to be little - short of legal action - that can be done to bring play-offs in for this season at least. To which Ciderspace can only say one thing - GOOD! We have nothing against play-offs where there is more than one promotion place at stake, but natural justice demands that where only one promotion place is available then the Champions - the team that finishes top of the league over the whole season - must be the team that gets promoted. The whole play-off scheme was ill-conceived and rushed into existence with too little thought applied to its implications. The FA are right to put the brakes on, at least for now.

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Thurs 20th September 2001
More Injury Problems For Glovers

Yeovil midfielder Michael McIndoe is the latest addition to the Glovers injury-list following some rough treatment from his former teammates during the 2-0 win at Hereford on Tuesday night. The ex-Bulls player was substituted at half-time with what boss Gary Johnson described as a "sprained ankle" and is expected to be out for at least two weeks.

However, in today's Western Gazette Macca is quoted as saying, "I think there is some ligament damage but I am going to hospital for a scan to reveal the full extent. I would think it will be between three or four weeks out for me." Bad news, but Macca was going to miss three matches anyway from the 29th of September as his three match suspension following his sending off against Farnborough comes into effect on that date. If he was going to be injured, now is as good a time as any!

In other injury news, it seems that defender Roy O'Brien will be out for longer than the original estimates of around ten weeks following the broken leg he suffered against Scarborough. Again speaking to the Western Gazette, Roy said: "I will be in plaster for six to eight weeks and will then need six to seven weeks rehab. So I am aiming for January or February to be back in action. I have cracked my fibula but there is a lot of ligament damage to my ankle as well. I have also had a screw put into my ankle to steady it a bit."

In other news from today's local press, Gary Johnson is still on the lookout for new players following this week's acquistions of Adam Lockwood and Gary Haveron (with an 'H'!). Speaking to the Yeovil Express, Gary said, "You can't rest on your laurels. I've still got a couple of offers out on players and I expect we'll bring in a couple of trialists to look at."

As far as the two new players already here are concerned, Adam Lockwood is at Huish Park initially on a one-month loan deal from Reading, but it seems that the Royals are willing to let the player go, Johnson telling the Gazette, "As far as I'm concerned it's a loan with a view to buy." However, Division Two outfit Chesterfield are also interested in the right-back, but at present are banned by the FA from transfer activity.

Nineteen-year-old Northern Ireland under-21 international Gary Haveron has signed for the Glovers on non-contract terms and will be effectively on trial over the next two weeks. Formerly at Bolton and Swindon, the left-sided central defender was on the bench at Hereford but was expected to have played in the Reserves 2-2 draw at Welton last night.

Finally, former Yeovil boss Colin Addison, who took over as boss of cash-strapped Third Division side Swansea City this week, has ruled out any immediate moves for any of his former charges at Yeovil. Speaking to the Gazette, Addo said: "There are financial restrictions here like anywhere else - I will have to wheel and deal to bring players in. Everybody is aware I left some very good players at Yeovil. You never know what will happen, but nothing is in my mind immediately."

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Wed 19th September 2001
Bulls Hit By Double Strike!

Yeovil Town travelled to Edgar Street last night and came away with a fine 2-0 win against the team Glovers fans love to beat - Hereford United. Carl Alford and Lee Johnson scored Yeovil's goals, in the 40th and 49th minutes respectively, in front of a disappointing crowd of 1,709. The match report can be found by clicking here.

The Glovers unveiled two new signings before the game: 19-year-old right-back Adam Lockwood has signed on a month's loan from Reading and made his debut in last night's game, impressing Glovers fans with an assured performance. Adam has spent all his career so far with Reading, with loan outings at Maidenhead and Forest Green Rovers, who he played for in the FA Trophy final last season.

The other new boy is Gary Averon a central defender formerly with Bolton Wanderers, who has been signed on a non-contract basis. Gary was on Yeovil's bench last night, but wasn't needed during the game. The best of luck to both new signings in their time at Huish Park.

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Sun 16th September 2001
O'Brien's Very Unlucky Break

A game of two halves at Huish Park yesterday with another Jeckyll-and-Hyde perfomance from Yeovil Town in the 2-2 draw with struggling Scarborough.

The first half was dire. The Glovers were insipid, cautious, passionless and lethargic. The visitors scored 2 very poor goals from a Yeovil point of view, both unmarked headers - The impressive Steve Brodie standing in the 6 yard box nodding in from a corner on 22 minutes and Aaron Wilford in a copycat efort, this time from a Brodie cross after 34 minutes.

The second half was a different story. In complete contrast to the first 45 minutes the Glovers were transformed, showing real passion for the green-and-white cause and playing at a far higher tempo. Substitute Chris Giles had an immediate impact, providing the cross in the 47th minute that enabled Lee Johnson to notch his first Yeovil goal; then getting on the end of a McIndoe corner in the 77th minute to equalise with another powerful header. The 'pretty' football of a few matches ago has gone, Yeovil were very direct in the second half, but at least the home rot has been stopped. The Ciderspace match report page is here.

There was a further blow to manager Gary Johnson yesterday however, and to the incredibly unfortunate Roy O'Brien in particular. Having just recovered from a fractured cheekbone sustained in the pre-season, the Irishman was stretchered off in the 10th minute yesterday having sustained a broken leg in a 50/50 challenge with a Scarborough player. It's expected that Roy will be out of action for around 10 weeks in all, Ciderspace wishes him a complete and swift recovery.

With central defender Colin Pluck unlikely to be available for selection any time soon - the player is still undergoing tests to try to determine the extent of the head injury he is suffering from - manager Gary Johnson is extremely short of cover in defence, with only three fit players - Anthony Tonkin, Tom White and Terry Skiverton - available as recognised defenders. Yeovil travel to Hereford on Tuesday, kick off 7.45pm.

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Fri 14th September 2001
Webb Finally Gets His Man

Southend United have confirmed the signing of Barrington Belgrave from Yeovil Town for a fee of £40,000, plus a cut of any future transfer fee. Belgrave has signed a 2 year contract at Roots Hall and is expected to make his debut for Southend on Saturday in their 3rd Division match v Hartlepool.

Speaking to the Western Daily Press, Yeovil manager Gary Johnson said, "Southend came back with a renewed bid which involved the same sort of figures as last time but with quicker payment. Barrington did very well for me and worked very hard but he was not finding the level of consistency that I was looking for and I didnít think he would be in my first team every week. In the end the move suited all parties, although when Barrington travelled to Southend I told him he would still be welcome here if things didnít work out."

Blues boss David Webb was delighted to sign Belgrave after 2 previous bids failed. Speaking to the official Southend website, Webb said: "This is a deal I've been willing to pursue because Barrington can give us something different. He can play up front or on the right of midfield and I'm sure he will be prove to be a valuable addition to our squad."

Belgrave was initially signed for Yeovil on loan from Plymouth Argyle by Dave Webb before signing a permanent deal in the summer of 2000. Playing mostly as a striker, but occasionally as a right-winger, he made a total of 61 appearances for the Glovers, scoring 12 times. When Bazza was on form then there was no more exciting player in the Conference to watch, unfortunately he could also be maddeningly inconsistent and seemingly lethargic at times. It was perhaps no coincidence that some of his best moments at Yeovil came under the tutelage of Dave Webb - perhaps the Blues boss can bring Bazza's undoubted talent out on a more regular basis in future. The best of luck to him from all of us at Ciderspace.

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Thurs 13th September 2001
Wazza Signs For Woking!

Former Glovers striker Warren Patmore, who joined Division 3 outfit Rushden & Diamonds on a Bosman free transfer at the end of last season, has left the Northamptonshire club and will sign for Yeovil's Conference rivals Woking today.

Wazza confirmed the move in a phone call to Ciderspace this afternoon, saying that he had decided to revert to part-time status as converting to full-time football at his age had been too problematic - therefore also ruling out a return to Huish Park. Woking will pay an 'undisclosed' fee for the striker's services.

Update 14/9/01:
Warren's arrival at Kingfield has now been confirmed by Woking FC. Rumours around the club are suggesting that Woking paid Ru$hden £50,000 for the striker's services, though sources from Kingfield are denying the final figure was so high. The official line is that the figure is 'undisclosed'.

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Thurs 13th September 2001
Bids Made For Players - But Bazza Is Going

It's looking like there will be some player movement in and out of Huish Park over the next week or so. Today's edition of the Western Gazette claims that manager Gary Johnson has made bids for two unnamed players following poor results recently. Johnson told the paper: "I can confirm I have made bids. There are a couple of bids out there for players. We are doing our best to improve what we have got."

"I am talking to people right this minute. The clubs the players are at are thinking about it right now. We are making a list of players we like and of players we have seen who have impressed us all the time."

Meanwhile striker Barrington Belgrave now seems certain to be a Southend player by the weekend. The official Southend United website has confirmed that Yeovil have given permission for Shrimpers boss Dave Webb to talk to Belgrave. "I've been pursuing Barrington for a long time now and I'm hoping to finally bring him to Roots Hall," said Webb. "Yeovil have allowed me to speak to Barrington directly and I want to tie everything up very quickly." It's thought that the fee could be as high as £40,000 - though half of that figure may be dependent on appearances.

Former Yeovil striker Warren Patmore could also be on the move. Patmore signed for Rushden from the Glovers on a Bosman free transfer at the end of last season, but already it has been strongly rumoured that he's fallen out with ex-West Bromwich Albion manager Brian "No Excuses" Talbot and is talking to several Conference clubs about a possible move, Stevenage and Woking amongst them. Informed sources say that there is no possibility of the player returning to Huish Park, more's the pity - Ciderspace would have liked to have seen an Alford/Wazza partnership in action!

Finally, former Yeovil boss Colin Addison has returned to management - at 3rd Division Swansea City! Addo, who quit as Yeovil boss at the end of the last season following criticism from chairman John Fry, despite leading the Glovers to the 3rd Round of the FA Cup and their highest-ever Conference finish, was unveiled as the the new Swans supremo at a press conference this morning. The best of luck to him at the Vetch - he'll probably need it!

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Wed 12th September 2001
Now It's Three Home Losses Out Of Four

Yesterday tragic events in New York put football into it's proper context. Nevertheless life does go on and last night the Glovers entertained Farnborough at Huish Park in front of a subdued crowd of 2,316. The visitors won the game by 1-0 - the Ciderspace match report page can be found here.

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Sun 9th September 2001
Hapless Glovers Let Boston Party

Yeovil Town crashed to a 4-0 defeat away to league leaders Boston United yesterday in front of a surprisingly poor crowd of just over 2,000 at York Street. All four Boston goals came in the second half - the match report is here.

Two losses on the trot for Gary Johnson's men now to leave the Glovers in mid-table, but still only 6 points behind the leaders in the early league table. Yeovil will be looking to bounce back against league newcomers Farnborough at Huish Park on Tuesday night, kick off 7.45pm.

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Fri 7th September 2001
Glovers Bits And Pieces, Donny Splash The Cash

The Glovers go into Saturday's game at league leaders Boston United with virtually a full squad to choose from, the only exception being defender Colin Pluck, whose health is causing some concern. Colin has been suffering from severe migraines for the last fortnight and has spent over 3 nights in hospital, such are the severity of the attacks. A brain scan has shown nothing unusual, but more tests are being carried out. Ciderspace wishes the defender a swift recovery from what must be a worrying situation.

As for Boston, the official Conference news bulletin reports that former Liverpool midfielder Mike Marsh is definitely out of Saturday's match with a hamstring injury and that Mike Monington and Mickey Brown are doubtful for the game.

The YTISA still have three places left for their trip to Boston. Prices depend slightly on take-up. The bus will leave from Yeovil bus station at 7.30am PROMPT (so please arrive before). Contact His Lordship the Rt Hon Sir Mark Kelly esq. on 01935-412236 to claim your seat, but do it quick or you'll miss out.

Only a week or so after Bo$ton was confirmed as the new Ru$hden after splashing out on defender Paul Ellender, Doncaster Rovers have upped the stakes by spending a whopping £150,000 on striker Justin Jackson from Ru$hden. Jackson scored 20 goals for Ru$hden last season as Max's Millionaires went on to win the Conference, but interestingly only managed to bag a pair in the last 20 games of the season. Have Donny bought a pig in a poke, or spent wisely? Only time will tell.... In the meantime there is one thing we can safely say - if Bo$ton are indeed the new Ru$hden, then Donca$ter are certainly the new Bo$ton. Where do these clubs get their money from? We hope it doesn't all end in tears....

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Wed 5th September 2001
Glovers Throw 3 Points Away

Yeovil dominated a one-sided match at Huish Park last night against a Woking side including no less than four ex-Glovers with another on the bench, but incredibly it was the Surrey side who returned home with all 3 points following a 3-1 victory, very much against the run of play.

Sounds like sour grapes? Possibly it does, but you had to be there to understand the extent to which the Glovers controlled the game, creating chance after chance but only actually managing to convert all their pressure into one goal, from Carl Alford on the stroke of half-time following a typically sweeping move involving half the Yeovil team. Pretty football!

Credit to Woking though - their defense, containing ex-Yeovil stalwarts Dave Piper, Paul Steele and Dean Chandler performed like Trojans all night and their attack took full advantage of some very poor Yeovil defending, Scott Huckerby, ex-Glover Charlie Griffin and Junior Kadi all netting for the Cards. The Ciderspace match report page can be found here.

A frustrating night for the crowd of over 3,000 then. Yeovil played some superb stuff last night and will doubtless play much worse than that in the future and win comfortably, but the brittle defence must now be seriously concerning manager Gary Johnson. Two home games and two losses - that is a sequence which cannot be allowed to continue for long if Yeovil are to seriously challenge for honours this season.

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Tues 4th September 2001
The Mighty Quinn

New Northwich Victoria boss Jimmy Quinn is August's Nationwide Conference Manager of the Month following his side's good start to the new season.

The Vics won 3 out of their opening 4 games, including beating Yeovil 3-2 at Huish Park, to take an early lead on top of the table. They've since slipped a little, being beaten at home by title contenders and, (judging by the money being flashed around the wilds of Lincolnshire) the club most likely to become the new Ru$hden - Boston United. Congratulations anyway to the 'other' Conference Greens!

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Mon 3rd September 2001
We Want Our Drum Back!

Paradiddler extraordinaire Mr Tim Lancaster - one of the men who provides the beat which accompanies the best terrace chants and songs at Huish Park - has a problem. His drum, normally kept at the club for safety, has gone missing! Tim writes:

The drum was removed from Huish Park on Wednesday evening (Following the Reserves vs Westbury). I had taken it from the club shop in preparation to take it Nuneaton, leaving it in the main entrance underneath the stairs. The drum was last seen at 10.30pm that night, but when I went to collect it it was gone. The club staff have looked for it but to no avail. Could you please put out a plea for its return on the site if you would . It appears that it has not been put away but actually taken, although who would do this is a mystery to me as it cannot be of any value in financial terms. The one we had at Nuneaton was Kelly's by the way.

So there you have it. Perhaps the drum was taken as a dare, or a spoof, or as a spur of the moment opportunistic thing, but whatever it would be be rather nice if Tim was reunited with the instrument because, let's face it, given its age, condition and the use it's had; it's not much good to anyone else.

If you have any information please email us at Ciderspace and we will pass it on to Tim, in the strictest of confidence naturally. No-one's looking to make a big fuss about this - Tim just wants his drum back, with no questions asked.

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Sun 2nd September 2001
Sky Is The Limit For Blue Nun's

Yeovil's 100% winning record when appearing live on Sky TV was extended at Manor Park yesterday lunchtime when the Glovers beat hosts Nuneaton Borough by 2-1.

Carl Alford broke his Conference duck with the opener on 68 minutes in an outstanding display which saw the striker hit the woodwork twice before opening his Yeovil account. Substitute Barrington Belgrave made it 2-0 with a fine individual effort on 73 minutes before Mark McGregor made it an uncomfortable last 5 minutes for the visitors after his 84th minute penalty. Yeovil weathered the late Nuneaton storm however to take a well-deserved 3 points in a game that was a terrific advert for Conference football, for which great credit must go to both teams. The official site's match report is now online.

Three wins in a row now for Yeovil who go 4th in the early league table. The Glovers entertain Woking next up in the Conference, this coming Tuesday evening (4th Sept) at Huish Park, 7.45pm kick-off. Be there, or be somewhere else entirely.

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Sun 2nd September 2001
Stan Harland

Former Glovers' manager Stan Harland has died after a heart attack, aged 61. His funeral will take place on Thursday September 6th 2001 at 11 a.m. at St Margaret's Church, Tintinhull, Somerset.

Sincere commiserations to his family and friends. A Ciderspace tribute to Stan Harland can be found here.

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