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18 September 2019 : Supporter Alliance Meeting Minutes : Thursday 5th September 2019
Earlier this month, Yeovil Town's Supporters Alliance Group held their first meeting of the 2019-20 season. Discussing recent stadium issues, the club's screening of the televised match against Barrow, issues surrounding the match at Barnet, and the National League's ticketing policy were discussed at that meeting. The full minutes can be read via the link below.

Link: Supporter Alliance Meeting : Thursday 5th September 2019.


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18 September 2019 : Season Ticket Sales Record Drop Following Club's Relegation
Yeovil Town suffered a drop in Season Ticket Sales of 18 percent this summer, following the club's relegation from the Football League. Summer 2019 sales have been confirmed as 1,244, which includes 184 Junior Glovers season tickets, compared to the 1,518 total that was recorded for the 2018-19 season.

Aside from the obvious drop into National League football, which will have deterred a number of fans from buying a Season Ticket, it's highly likely that the club's long-running takeover saga will have eaten into that figure, with a number of fans making the decision that they would not purchase a new ticket until the club's current owners had left the building. Yeovil Town has spent much of 2019 going through a series of takeover processes without completion, with the current Ownership providing minimal outward communication.

The 18 percent drop is also reflected in early 2019-20 season attendances, which are currently down by 17 percent, averaging 2,449 compared to last season's 2,953 which represented a tiny rise on the average attendance, mainly due to boosted crowds in the club's final four games of that season. This year, there will have been a hit on overall matchday crowds due to a drop in visiting supporter numbers as well.

Obviously, the club's current league position (if maintained) and more attractive home fixtures against Woking, Aldershot, Torquay United and Wrexham may help address that current shortfall, as would the club takeover if it completes and takes the club in a new and better direction. However, for the short term at least, the club will operate with 274 less Season Ticket Holders than it did last year.

Yeovil Town Season Ticket Sales Statistics:
2003-04 Season : 3,000
2004-05 Season : 3,220
2005-06 Season : 3,600
2006-07 Season : 2,800
2007-08 Season : 2,900
2008-09 Season : 2,260
2009-10 Season : 2,100
2010-11 Season : 2,100
2011-12 Season : 2,014
2012-13 Season : 1,975
2013-14 Season : 2,767
2014-15 Season : 2,749
2015-16 Season : 2,296
2016-17 Season : 1,950
2017-18 Season : 1,534
2018-19 Season : 1,518
2019-20 Season : 1,244


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18 September 2019 : FA Youth Cup Draw Sees Academy Given Shots Trip
Yeovil Town's Under-18s have been drawn away in the Second Qualifying Round of the FA Youth Cup. With the first team having dropped into non-league football, the Academy side now commences its involvement in the competition much earlier, and they will face a trip to Aldershot Town in this round.

A date for the fixture has yet to be arranged, but in principle it will be played during the week commencing September 30th, and will be a 7.30p.m. kick-off at the Recreation Ground. The match will be settled on the night, using extra time and penalties if required. Aldershot's admission prices for this fixture will be as follows:

Adults: 5.00; Concessions: 3.00.

Aldershot's policy on concessions are that they apply to Over-65s, Military Personnel, Young Adults (aged 19-21) and Students. There's a slight bit of ambiguity here, in that they have not set a Juniors rate for this fixture, which tends to imply that these would also fall into that category for that match.

As soon as a firm date is known, we'll publicise it on the news page.

Note: The first team are also due to travel to Aldershot later this month - for ticketing and travel details for that fixture, see the articles linked below.

Link: Ticketing For Solihull Moors vs Yeovil Town.

Link: GWSC Travel For Solihull Moors vs Yeovil Town.

Link: Ticketing For Aldershot Town vs Yeovil Town (First Team).

Link: GWSC Travel For Aldershot Town vs Yeovil Town (First Team).

Link: Ticketing For Hartlepool United vs Yeovil Town.

Link: 2019-20 Huish Park Individual Matchday Admission Prices.

Link: 2019-20 Huish Park Season Ticket Prices.

Link: 2019-20 Yeovil Town First Team Fixtures and Results.


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17 September 2019 : Saturday's Opponents Bring Back Last Season's Top Goalscorer On Loan
Saturday's National League opponents Solihull Moors have managed to bring their 2018-19 season top goalscorer back to Damson Park. They have recruited striker Adi Yussuf on loan until January 5th 2020, four months after he left Solihull to sign for League One side Blackpool. The 27 year old has yet to play for his new club, and so has returned to the West Midlands on a temporary basis.

Yussuf only spent one season at Solihull, having been signed from Barrow in the summer of 2018. However, he became a key part of their side that finished runners-up in the 2018-19 National League table, scoring 21 goals in 54 appearances in all competitions, with four of those coming in FA Cup matches. He moved on to Bloomfield Road at the end of the season. Solihull manager Tim Flowers has said that he sees Yussuf's failure to establish himself at third tier level as being down to Blackpool changing their management team over the summer, after he signed up:

"We're delighted to have Adi back for a short period of time. He made the jump up to League One at the end of last season and that was a reflection of all his hard work. However, due to the managerial situation and different ideas, he has found himself out of the picture at Blackpool. We are bare bones all over pitch at the moment, not just up front. We need to get some bodies in, and Adi was open to coming. We welcome him back with open arms and hope he continues with where he left off from last season."

Solihull currently lie in 12th place in the National League table, five points behind Yeovil Town but with a game in hand. They lost 3-0 at Barrow on Saturday and have not won a game in five matches, scoring only two goals.

Link: Ticketing For Solihull Moors vs Yeovil Town.

Link: GWSC Travel For Solihull Moors vs Yeovil Town.


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17 September 2019 : Jimmy Smith Talks About The AFC Fylde Win And His Debut
Following Saturday afternoon's 3-2 win over AFC Fylde at Huish Park, Yeovil Town's on loan midfielder Jimmy Smith spoke to the BBC about the game. With questions from local journalist Chris Spittles, in an interview for BBC Somerset, Jimmy's views on scoring in his first match since he arrived on loan from Crawley Town, and the team's overall performance can be read via the link below.

Link: Jimmy Smith Speaks To The BBC After The 3-2 Win Against AFC Fylde.


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16 September 2019 : Video : Yeovil Town vs AFC Fylde Match Highlights
For those who want to watch match highlights of Yeovil Town's 3-2 victory over AFC Fylde at Huish Park, these are now available online. You'll find four and a half minutes worth of footage that includes all five goals, including the three scored by Rhys Murphy, Myles Hippolyte and Crawley Town loanee Jimmy Smith. View the footage via the YouTube clip below.




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16 September 2019 : Hutton Named In National League's Team Of The Week
Yeovil Town's on loan full-back Remeao Hutton has been included in the Team of the Week, chosen by the National League. The Birmingham City player has played in 10 out of Yeovil Town's 11 matches this season, and took a right-back slot for Saturday's 3-2 win over AFC Fylde, but has also been utilised as a right wing-back, and as a left wing-back earlier in the season.

He is named by the National League's betting partner, in a side that like the Non-League Paper also includes AFC Fylde's substitute Kurt Willoughby who scored two second half goals. The team selected is as follows:

James Belshaw (Harrogate Town)
Remeao Hutton (Yeovil Town), Tom Champion (Boreham Wood), Ricardo Santos (Barnet), Sam Wood (Bromley)
Curtis Weston (Chesterfield), Ethan Chislett (Aldershot Town), John Rooney (Barrow)
Kurt Willoughby (AFC Fylde), Joe Quigley (Dagenham and Redbridge), Kyle Wootton (Notts County)


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16 September 2019 : Worthington Given Team Of The Week Nomination
Yeovil Town midfielder Matt Worthington has been named in the Team Of The Week for the weekend just gone. The former AFC Bournemouth Academy player has been recognised for his efforts in the 3-2 win over AFC Fylde that saw him put in a battling performance in the middle of the park. Slightly unusually, the nominations made by the Non-League Paper include representatives from both sides, with Fylde substitute Kurt Willoughby recognised for his second half performance that produced two goals for the visitors.

The team chosen includes former Yeovil Town loanee Scott Loach and reads as follows:

Scott Loach (Barnet)
Manny Onariase (Dagenham and Redbridge), Connor Hall (Harrogate Town), Lewis Kinsella (Aldershot)
Wes Fonguck (Barnet), Matt Worthington (Yeovil Town), Jim O'Brien (Notts County), Curtis Weston (Chesterfield), John Rooney (Barrow)
Joe Quigley (Dagenham and Redbridge), Kurt Willoughby (AFC Fylde).

Manager: John Sheridan (Chesterfield).


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16 September 2019 : Glovers Loan Round-Up Sees John, Shako And Ojo Receiving Praise
Yeovil Town have got five players out on loan at present, with four of them in action over the last week. The most senior of those players is striker Ryan Seager and he gained his third appearance for National League South side Havant and Waterlooville on Saturday. Whilst the 23 year old gained 66 minutes and 45 minutes during his first two appearances for the Hawks, on this occasion, he was rationed to coming on for the final 11 minutes of their match on Saturday.

By then, Havant and Waterlooville were 1-2 down at home to Braintree Town and the Essex side scored in the 88th minute to give them a 1-3 away win, to leave Havant in third place and now ten points behind runaway leaders Wealdstone. Havant's next match is at home to Taunton Town in the FA Cup Second Qualifying Round - at present it's not clear if Yeovil Town will allow him to become cup-tied in this competition.

Heading west on the South Coast, Gosport Borough have played a pair of matches since Nestor Shako and Alex John joined them on loan just under a week ago. On the day that they were signed up, the pair made an immediate debut in the Southern League Cup, enduring a difficult evening as Sholing Sports beat then 5-1 last Wednesday night. Both players played the full 90 minutes with John providing the 66th minute free kick that saw Sam Argent head home. Manager Lee Molyneaux was full of praise for the pair, and said that 'rave reports' would be going back to Huish Park about them:

"They were a stand-out for me. Absolutely superb. For their age, with two 19 year olds, Alex John got on the ball a lot and I think Nestor had about eight or nine shots. For a striker to have eight or nine shots - he didn't score, but he's had eight or nine shots, with a lot of them on target, they can ricochet or they can go in. He gets a shot off, which is what we haven't had. So I'm really pleased and they'll be getting rave reports to Yeovil. I spoke about Nestor getting the shots off, but Alex John gets on the ball so well. In any position he wants the ball. So I'm not surprised he's with the Welsh (Under-19s) international team."

Given both Shako and John were both given the thumbs up for their performances, the omission of Shako for Gosport's weekend trip to Truro City would suggest that the attacker picked up an injury at some point during the Sholing Sports match. John played the opening 78 minutes in that game, and had to watch from the dugouts when Truro scored their 95th minute goal in a 1-0 win for the Cornish side. They have a ten day break now as they are out of the FA Cup, and will host Poole Town on Wednesday 25th September.

Up in Wiltshire, Melksham Town had a local derby against Highworth Town. This allowed Daniel Ojo to make his debut as part of his three-and-a-half month loan deal with the Southern League Division One South side. Melksham won the match 3-0, with all three goals scored by former Glovers - Jack Ball got two and Phil Ormrod got the other. As far as we can tell, Daniel played the full 90 minutes. Certainly he was on the pitch in the 82nd minute when Highworth Town's Twitter account started to look at the opposition players, singling out Ojo who was wearing the No.3 shirt:

Highworth Town's Twitter account wish they'd taken Daniel Ojo on loan
Highworth Town's Twitter account wish they'd taken Daniel Ojo on loan


Melksham didn't field Tai Fleming, who is on work experience alongside Ojo. Instead Fleming was captaining Yeovil Town Under-18s in their 1-1 draw against Oxford United Under-18s, having also played in the Thursday night match against Plymouth Argyle Under-23s in the Premier League Under-23 Cup at Home Park. Finally, Your Sport Swindon have produced some short video clips of some of Daniel Ojo's play during the match, and why Highworth's Twitter account might have been waxing lyrical about him. Watch the video clip below.




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15 September 2019 : GWSC Travel For Aldershot Town vs Yeovil Town
The Green and White Supporters Club have set their travel plans for the National League match against Aldershot Town. The match takes place at the Recreation Ground on Tuesday 24th September 2019, with a 7.45p.m. kick-off. Departure times and prices are listed as follows:

Aldershot Town : Tuesday 24th September 2019.
Huish Park: 2.45p.m.
Adult Members: 18.00; Member Concessions: 16.00
Adult Non-Members: 20.00; Non-Member Concessions: 18.00

To place your booking, send a text message to Paul Hadlow on 07736 044570. If you want to call him please only do so after 6.00p.m. You can also reach him at paulhadlow@outlook.com

Remember in all cases to ensure you make clear which match you are booking for, your full name (and any other names you are booking for) and a contact telephone number. You may be asked to pay a deposit of 5.00 to reserve your seat for the trip.

Link: Ticketing For Solihull Moors vs Yeovil Town.

Link: GWSC Travel For Solihull Moors vs Yeovil Town.

Link: Ticketing For Aldershot Town vs Yeovil Town.

Link: Ticketing For Hartlepool United vs Yeovil Town.

Link: 2019-20 Huish Park Individual Matchday Admission Prices.

Link: 2019-20 Huish Park Season Ticket Prices.

Link: 2019-20 Yeovil Town First Team Fixtures and Results.


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14 September 2019 : Darren Sarll's Verdict On The AFC Fylde Home Game
Following Saturday afternoon's 3-2 victory over AFC Fylde at Huish Park, Yeovil Town manager Darren Sarll spoke to the BBC about the game. With questions from local journalist Chris Spittles, in an interview for BBC Somerset, Darren's verdict on the match and the debut of Jimmy Smith can be read in full via the link below.

Link: Darren Sarll's Verdict On The AFC Fylde Home Game.


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14 September 2019 : Man of the Match Voting for Yeovil Town vs AFC Fylde
If you watched Saturday's 3-2 win against AFC Fylde at Huish Park, don't forget to cast your Man of the Match votes. Choose your top three players from the match, plus entertainment and performance ratings along with any other comments you want to make on the game, using the form below.

Link: Man of the Match Voting for Yeovil Town vs AFC Fylde.


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14 September 2019 : Yeovil 3 Fylde 2 : Glovers Ride Out Rollercoaster For Fourth Straight Win
Yeovil Town gained their fourth consecutive National League victory on Saturday afternoon, via a 3-2 win over AFC Fylde at Huish Park. Two early goals set them on their way as Rhys Murphy's return to the side took just four minutes to make an impact as he fired home from a short free kick. The lead was doubled when Myles Hippolyte converted from a Matt Worthington cutback. Fylde began to work their way back into the match and on the hour mark Kurt Willoughby converted from a long throw-in. Just as the visitors looked likely to get an equaliser, substitute Jimmy Smith had a debut to remember as he netted the third, and whilst Kurt Willoughby pulled one back in the final five minutes, the Glovers held on for a victory that lifts them up to fourth place in the table.

The Glovers went into the match making three changes to their starting line-up compared to the team that beat Halifax Town 2-0 last Saturday. One of those was forced, with Courtney Duffus suffering a hamstring problem last weekend that meant he couldn't play against AFC Fylde. He was replaced by Rhys Murphy who was returning from his own hamstring problem. The other two changes enabled a tactical switch - the withdrawal of Albi Skendi and Tom Bradbury meant that Lee Collins could return to the side as captain, but also that James Tilley could come in, allowing the 3-4-1-2 to become a 4-1-3-2.

It didn't take long for Yeovil to get their noses in front. Although Danny Rowe got the game's first shot on goal, which took a deflection for a corner, at the other end the Glovers scored with their first chance. James Tilley had been brought down outside the box, and when he took the free kick short, that allowed Rhys Murphy to drill the ball into the bottom corner for a superb finish and a 1-0 lead after just four minutes.

Murphy's early play was dangerous, as he turned inside the box and forced James Montgomery to make a strong save. Fylde's top goalscorer from last season Danny Rowe again tried his luck, but was probably a bit too ambitious with a free kick that sailed over the crossbar. Instead it was Yeovil who were more clinical in front of goal as they doubled their lead just 14 minutes into the match. Once again Murphy was the instigator, with his shot taking a deflection onto the path of Matt Worthington. The midfielder pulled the ball back across the goal, and found Myles Hippolyte who was able to finish smartly from inside the box. 2-0 up and apparently cruising.

Yeovil could have easily had more as Fylde looked a bit shellshocked. Luke Wilkinson had a header saved, and then Rhys Murphy had the ball in the back of the net from a Wilkinson pass, only to find the linesman's flag going up for offside as he prepared to slot home. Wilkinson even tried an overhead kick, showing the level of confidence in their side that one of their centre-backs was willing to try such acrobatics in front of goal.

No surprise that AFC Fylde - last season's National League Play-Off Finalists - would eventually get their act together. Having started the match using a 4-3-3, they switched to a 4-4-2, putting Danny Rowe into the centre alongside Jordan Williams and that seemed to get them going, with Liam O'Brien saving a Mark Yeates attempt, whilst Rowe shot wide. A breakaway move saw Williams shoot over the crossbar from inside the box, and then came Fylde's best chance of the half, with Rowe's shot being parried by O'Brien for a corner. There was no doubt the visitors weren't quite out of the game as much as the 2-0 scoreline at half time suggested.

That theme continued into the second half, even though Fylde clearly wanted to shake it up further, making a double half time substitution that saw former Yeovil Town trialist James Craigen withdrawn, having unusually been placed as a right-back for the opening 45 minutes. Although James Tilley got an early chance for Yeovil and Matt Worthington headed wide, the visitors were dominant by now.

As such it wasn't too surprising that they pulled a goal back on the hour mark, as Yeovil didn't defend a long throw properly, allowing substitute Kurt Willoughby the opportunity to prod home from close range and to set the game up at 2-1 with half an hour remaining.

Jimmy Smith was brought on for his debut straight after the goal, and took a while to make his mark, as Fylde saw Jordan Williams shoot over the crossbar, and a Danny Rowe shot held by Liam O'Brien. The Yeovil goalkeeper then made an outstanding save as he pushed a Scott Duxbury shot onto the post, with Fylde inches away from an equalising goal.

On such things can games change. Albi Skendi was introduced as a late substitute, replacing Rhys Murphy in a change that saw a reshuffle, with Skendi moving into midfield, whilst Myles Hippolyte moved into a front line position. That was to prove very influential as four minutes after his introduction Skendi helped break up a Fylde move in the centre of the park, before threading a ball through to fellow substitute Jimmy Smith. The Crawley Town loanee produced a confident low finish to restore Yeovil's two goal cushion at 3-1, and surely now game over?

Not quite. With four minutes remaining, Kyle Jameson put a low ball across the face of the Yeovil Town area, and substitute Kurt Willoughby was on hand to sweep the ball home for a 3-2 scoreline and another twist in the match.

Thankfully that fifth goal in the game didn't quite spark any late drama despite five minutes of injury time. Yeovil managed to wind down the clock via a succession of throw-ins that went their way, and whilst Fylde grabbed a couple of injury time corners, they couldn't fashion a clearcut chance to get themselves a late equaliser. For the Glovers the 3-2 victory gave them four consecutive wins for the first time since February/March 2016 - maybe not in the clinical way the opening 20 minutes of the match had threatened to do, but against one of last season's play-off finalists it would have been a surprise if the entire 90 minutes had been free of drama.

Link: 2019-20 Latest National League Table.

Final Score: Yeovil Town 3 AFC Fylde 2.

Scorers: Rhys Murphy (5 mins, 1-0), Myles Hippolyte (14 mins, 2-0), Kurt Willoughby (59 mins, 2-1), Jimmy Smith (78 mins, 3-1), Kurt Willoughby (86 mins, 3-2)

Yeovil Town: (4-3-1-2)
27. Liam O'Brien
24. Remeao Hutton 6. Luke Wilkinson 4. Lee Collins (Capt) 3. Carl Dickinson
7. Matt Worthington 26. Charlie Lee 28. James Tilley
11. Myles Hippolyte
10. Gold Omotayo 9. Rhys Murphy

Substitutes:
2. Craig Alcock 5. Jimmy Smith (60 mins for James Tilley) 8. Lawson D'Ath 18. Albi Skendi (74 mins for Rhys Murphy) 19. Tom Bradbury (80 mins for Lee Collins)

AFC Fylde:
1 James Montgomery 3 Scott Duxbury 5 Kyle Jameson 28 James Craigen 4 Neill Byrne 18 Mark Yeates 8 Ryan Croasdale 10 Danny Philliskirk 11 Jordan Williams 27 Nick Haughton 9 Danny Rowe

Substitutes:
6 Alex Whitmore (46 mins for Hames Craigen) 15 Danny Bradley (72 mins for Mark Yeates) 18 Kurt Willoughby (46 mins for Nick Haughton) 20 Elton Ngwatala 21 Dan Lavercombe

Yeovil Bookings: Lee Collins (foul, 16 mins), Matt Worthington (foul, 51 mins)

AFC Fylde Bookings: Kyle Jameson (ungentlemanly conduct, 59 mins)

Yeovil Town Statistics: Possession: 47%; Shots on Target: 7; Off Target: 5; Corners: 6.

AFC Fylde Statistics: Possession: 53%; Shots on Target: 7; Off Target: 4; Corners: 7.

Referee: Savvas Yianni (Somerset). Assistants: Marcus Carmichael (Hampshire) and Craig Green (Hampshire). Fourth Official: Ryan Saward (Gloucestershire).

Attendance: 2,395 (with approx 50 AFC Fylde supporters)


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14 September 2019 : Never Lose That Joy Of Winning - Sarll Happy With Fylde Victory
Yeovil Town first team manager Darren Sarll said that his players should never lose that joy of winning, as he watched his side carve out a 3-2 victory over AFC Fylde. The club's fourth consecutive victory came at times by the seat of their pants, as the visitors threatened to come back into the game, particularly during a second half period where Yeovil had to do a lot of defending.

That was a far cry from the opening 20 minutes of the match that had seen Yeovil race into a 2-0 lead, with Rhys Murphy and Myles Hippolyte putting them in control of the match. But Kurt Willoughby's goal on the hour mark made things decidedly nervy until Jimmy Smith scored somewhat against the run of play. Willoughby then got a second to ensure the nerves didn't go away, but the Glovers held on for all three points.

Speaking to BBC Somerset after the match, Sarll said that some of his players were a bit disappointed with the way they'd let the opposition get a chance of having a foothold back into the match. He reminded them after the match that there was only one thing that mattered on the final whistle:

"When I woke up this morning all I wanted to do was to win the game. I didn't care how it came, whether it was pretty, nice, entertaining or not. I just wanted to win. Of course I'll take it, and I absolutely love winning games. I just said to the players, I think if you're a little bit disappointed in your own performance or the team performance, I think sometimes human nature takes that joy away from the win. They should never lose that joy of winning, because that's what it's all about. We are here to win. I reminded the players of that, because when I went on the pitch, I think I saw 20 players out of 22 slumped after the final whistle. I think both teams deserve a lot of credit, because they put in a lot of emotion and physical energy into that. I said to them, never let that get in the way of what we're here for. We aren't here for anything else but winning games. It was disgusting from 17 minutes on from my point of view, and I felt out of control, which is not a nice feeling for a control freak!"

Today's team selection saw Rhys Murphy and Lee Collins recalled to the side, following recent injuries. Sarll explained that both players were withdrawn in the closing stages to protect them, rather than there being any obvious issues, whilst he admitted that Murphy's recall was forced somewhat by the injury to Courtney Duffus last weekend during the closing stages at Halifax Town. However, he said both had come through the game in one piece:

"It's a smashing win. I'm not really fussed where it takes us in the league right now, and I enjoyed some of the highlights in the first half where at times we were very very good. Rhys Murphy did a good job. Courtney unfortunately took an injury last week and couldn't get himself fit to play. So Rhys had to come in probably a bit earlier than I'd like. I probably would have kept Courtney in. But Murphy is a proper player and a proper centre-forward and a good finisher. We threw him on, but hopefully we caught him just as cramp started to set, and he won't have any problems moving forward with his fitness. We can really work with him now. It was the same with Lee Collins. I took Lee Collins off because of the heat of the day and the energy which we put in the first half, which was probably a bit too much in the end."


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14 September 2019 : Yeovil 3 Fylde 2 : Match Statistics
Yeovil Town gained their fourth consecutive National League victory on Saturday afternoon, via a 3-2 win over AFC Fylde at Huish Park. Two early goals set them on their way as Rhys Murphy's return to the side took just four minutes to make an impact as he fired home from a short free kick. The lead was doubled when Myles Hippolyte converted from a Matt Worthington cutback. Fylde began to work their way back into the match and on the hour mark Kurt Willoughby converted from a long throw-in. Just as the visitors looked likely to get an equaliser, substitute Jimmy Smith had a debut to remember as he netted the third, and whilst Kurt Willoughby pulled one back in the final five minutes, the Glovers held on for a victory that lifts them up to fourth place in the table.

Full report to follow later ...

Link: 2019-20 Latest National League Table.

Final Score: Yeovil Town 3 AFC Fylde 2.

Scorers: Rhys Murphy (5 mins, 1-0), Myles Hippolyte (14 mins, 2-0), Kurt Willoughby (59 mins, 2-1), Jimmy Smith (78 mins, 3-1), Kurt Willoughby (86 mins, 3-2)

Yeovil Town: (4-3-1-2)
27. Liam O'Brien
24. Remeao Hutton 6. Luke Wilkinson 4. Lee Collins (Capt) 3. Carl Dickinson
7. Matt Worthington 26. Charlie Lee 28. James Tilley
11. Myles Hippolyte
10. Gold Omotayo 9. Rhys Murphy

Substitutes:
2. Craig Alcock 5. Jimmy Smith (60 mins for James Tilley) 8. Lawson D'Ath 18. Albi Skendi (74 mins for Rhys Murphy) 19. Tom Bradbury (80 mins for Lee Collins)

AFC Fylde:
1 James Montgomery 3 Scott Duxbury 5 Kyle Jameson 28 James Craigen 4 Neill Byrne 18 Mark Yeates 8 Ryan Croasdale 10 Danny Philliskirk 11 Jordan Williams 27 Nick Haughton 9 Danny Rowe

Substitutes:
6 Alex Whitmore (46 mins for Hames Craigen) 15 Danny Bradley (72 mins for Mark Yeates) 18 Kurt Willoughby (46 mins for Nick Haughton) 20 Elton Ngwatala 21 Dan Lavercombe

Yeovil Bookings: Lee Collins (foul, 16 mins), Matt Worthington (foul, 51 mins)

AFC Fylde Bookings: Kyle Jameson (ungentlemanly conduct, 59 mins)

Referee: Savvas Yianni (Somerset). Assistants: Marcus Carmichael (Hampshire) and Craig Green (Hampshire). Fourth Official: Ryan Saward (Gloucestershire).

Attendance: 2,395 (with approx 50 AFC Fylde supporters)


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14 September 2019 : Team News For Yeovil Town v AFC Fylde
Yeovil Town have issued their starting line-up for the National League match against AFC Fylde. The match at Huish Park sees three changes to the starting line-up compared to the team that took to the field against Halifax Town last Saturday. Striker Rhys Murphy comes in for Courtney Duffus who is out with a hamstring injury. Defender Lee Collins returns and takes the captain's armband with Albi Skendi dropping to the bench. Brighton and Hove Albion loanee James Tilley comes in as a midfielder with Tom Bradbury dropping to the bench.

New loan signing Jimmy Smith joined from Crawley Town earlier in the week and he sits on the bench, with Lawson D'Ath returning from injury.

Goalkeeper Stuart Nelson (groin) remains out. Attacking midfielder Gabriel Rogers, midfielder Tom Whelan and left-sided loan player Olly McCoy don't make the squad.

Goalkeeper Marcin Brzozowski has returned to Queens Park Rangers at the end of his loan spell. Striker Ryan Seager is on loan with Havant and Waterlooville. Teenagers Daniel Ojo and Tai Fleming are on loan at Melksham Town. Academy graduates Nestor Shako and Alex John are on loan with Gosport Borough.

The team lines up as follows:

Yeovil Town: (4-3-1-2)
27. Liam O'Brien
24. Remeao Hutton 6. Luke Wilkinson 4. Lee Collins (Capt) 3. Carl Dickinson
7. Matt Worthington 26. Charlie Lee 28. James Tilley
11. Myles Hippolyte
10. Gold Omotayo 9. Rhys Murphy

Substitutes:
2. Craig Alcock 5. Jimmy Smith 8. Lawson D'Ath 18. Albi Skendi 19. Tom Bradbury


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14 September 2019 : Officials For Yeovil Town vs AFC Fylde
Officials for the National League game between Yeovil Town and AFC Fylde have been published by the National League. The match takes place on Saturday 15th September 2019, with a 3.00p.m. kick-off at Huish Park. The man in charge of the fixture will be referee Savvas Yianni (Somerset).

Whilst this is Yeovil Town's 11th new official of the 2019-20 season, this one is slightly more familiar given that he hails from Weston-super-Mare. As such, he's been a Fourth Official or an assistant referee for several matches at Huish Park, and was the man in the middle for our pre-season friendly against Taunton Town in July 2019.

This is his third year at National League Premier level, with last season seeing him take charge of 13 matches, with a fairly modest 39 yellow cards and one red card waved at players. This season he's looked after four matches, with 17 yellow cards raised. The most recent saw him make an ultra-long trip up the M6 to take charge of Barrow against Hartlepool United on a Tuesday night ten days ago - it can probably be assumed he didn't get to bed too early on that occasion.

Mr Yianni will be assisted by Marcus Carmichael (Hampshire) and Craig Green (Hampshire). The Fourth Official will be Ryan Saward (Gloucestershire).


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14 September 2019 : Glovers Trust Plans For The AFC Fylde Game
Saturday afternoon sees Yeovil Town play host to AFC Fylde in a National League match at Huish Park. The Glovers Trust will be in force for this fixture, providing their usual presence close to the ticket office under the gazebo. They've provided early information on their October AGM, including the Trust Board positions, and also confirm that they held a face to face meeting with prospective owner Scott Priestnall earlier this week.

Full details on their updates and whereabouts can be read below:

Match: AFC Fylde (Home)

Trust Presence: Huish Park (by ticket office) - approximately 1:30pm to 2:45pm

Huish Park Services: Membership renewals.

Arrow Services: 20% discount on pre-match Arrow food orders

Specific Discussion Points of Interest: Membership renewals, Takeover updates, Trust Board Vacancies, Meeting Updates.

Other points of note:
1. The Trust will be sharing the Gazebo this weekend with Officers from the Yeovil Neighbourhood Police team. The Team will be on hand to promote their forthcoming week of tackling knife crime. They will be sharing the Gazebo with us ahead of the match to give advice and information, and to answer any questions. We would encourage people to talk to them if they feel threatened or the need to protect themselves.

2. The Trust Board are planning to hold this years AGM in the Alec Stock Lounge at Huish Park after the match against Harrogate Town on Saturday the 12th of October, between 5:30pm and 7:00pm. All active Trust members of all ages are welcome to attend and pose questions to the Trust Board.

3. There are still a nominal number of Membership subscriptions which expired on 1st of July and are due for renewal. If you are unsure you can check your account online via our registration page or come and see us ahead of the game. Note that you will be uneligible to attend the AGM without an active membership subscription.

4. The nomination process for elections to the Trust Board have closed. Sadly no members put themselves forward to stand on the Trust Board and two of the current Board members have decided to step down in October. This presents challenges for the Trust Board on a number of levels and will be a prominent point of discussion at the AGM. The Trust Board do have the power to co-opt new members outside of the election process so if you are interested in helping to make key decisions that affect the direction of the Trust then please pop by and find out more.

5. The meeting with Scott Priestnall and Alliance member groups took place as planned on the 12th of September and the Trust Board took the opportunity to pose questions, including those submitted by members. We are expecting the meeting notes to be available for ciruclation within the next week and will publish them acordingly as soon as they are received and validated.


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13 September 2019 : Darren Sarll Previews The AFC Fylde Home Game
As part of the build-up to the National League match against AFC Fylde at Huish Park, Yeovil Town manager Darren Sarll spoke to the BBC about the game. With questions from BBC Somerset reporter Tom Seymour, Darren gives his views on the form of his players, their recent wins, current injuries and his management of players that have gone out on loan. Read that interview in full, via the link below.

Link: Darren Sarll Speaks To The BBC As Part Of The Build-Up To The AFC Fylde Game.


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13 September 2019 : Three Players Possibly Returning For Fylde, But Two Needing Treatment
Yeovil Town manager Darren Sarll is hopeful that he will be able to add three previously injured players to his teamsheet for Saturday's match against AFC Fylde, although is conscious that as that happens he risks losing two more. Defender Lee Collins has been missing since August 13th with a hamstring strain, whilst striker Rhys Murphy and attacking midfielder Lawson D'Ath have suffered knocks that have kept them out of the last few matches.

The big downside is that striker Courtney Duffus picked up a hamstring problem in the closing stages of Saturday's 2-0 win over Halifax Town and is doubtful for this weekend, whilst Charlie Lee was withdrawn early in the second half after suffering a dead leg from a block tackle. Sarll told BBC Somerset that Lee was probably fifty-fifty over whether he would be selected:

"Rhys Murphy and Lee Collins have today been good, as has Lawson D'Ath. Obviously Jimmy Smith coming in is good, as he's available and healthy. Courtney Duffus is still struggling and hasn't trained this week. Apart from that it's fine. Charlie Lee is touch-and-go, maybe fifty-fifty. But Murphy, Collins and D'Ath I've had no issues, so far. It's a big day today though for them. It will be a big test for them to see if they're match-worthy today."

If Charlie Lee doesn't get through, then Crawley Town loan midfielder Jimmy Smith stands a strong chance of being rushed into the starting line-up. There's been no mention of goalkeeper Stuart Nelson, who has been missing with a groin problem, suggesting that Liam O'Brien may be the only goalkeeper named on the teamsheet for tomorrow's National League fixture.

Yeovil Town go into the match on the back of three consecutive wins - the first time they'd managed to do that in the league since the early part of the 2018-19 season. That's lifted them up to sixth place in the league table, and just inside the play-off spots. Sarll acknowledged that the three victories and the performance at Halifax were pleasing, but he felt some of the reaction to the wins was excessive, with him preferring to describe as a 'good seven days' rather than anything more than that:

"Everyone has gone a little bit ... maybe not overboard because I understand in the last three or four years that there have not been too many seven days like we've just had. But they've gone a little bit doolally with it really and I keep saying that we've had a good seven days. In a season, seven days is quite a small part of a season. We've got to stop worrying about what the seven days was before, and attack Saturday. We'll attack Saturday like we attacked Notts County after losing three. I'm still yet to look at a league table; I'm still yet to look at a form table. I just want to win on Saturday. That's it. When you really break down football and all the nonsense that goes with it, that's all that's really important. It's the one game that is in front of you, which is this Saturday. Moving on from that as quickly as possible, whether you're in a state of elation or a state of manic depression, and then go after the next one, and then the next one."


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13 September 2019 : Sarll Gives Thoughts On Club's Five Loan Outs
Yeovil Town first team manager Darren Sarll has given his views on his decision to send four of his younger players and striker Ryan Seager out on loan to lower division clubs. The club has sent two players out to Gosport Borough and two more to Melksham Town, whilst Seager has joined Havant and Waterlooville, with all bar second year scholar Tai Fleming struggling to get onto the teamsheet during the 2019-20 season.

Sarll said he felt that the first team professional squad had been overloaded by the decision to offer four Academy players professional contracts, all from the same year group, with Gabriel Rogers, Daniel Ojo, Alex John and Nestor Shako given deals, prior to the new manager's arrival. Sarll said that he had no problem with the quartet individually, but said in the case of the latter trio, it was important that they got out and played football:

"Whether you're old or young, no-one gets better by not playing football. So you've got to play football matches. I think all four have done really well in-house behind the scenes. I think it's a bit naive of us as a club that were relegated to have so many young pros. I think that's very naive of us. I've made that clear within the club. I really like working with all four of them; I really do. But you've got to play football, and like I've said especially with young players, their first introduction into senior football will be very difficult. It would be even harsh of me to put those young players into that position where they would have to be the pivotal point of a team that is expected to challenge at the top of a division."

During the 2018-19 season that saw the club relegated from the Football League, the club blooded a number of Academy players, sometimes in controversial circumstances. Left-back Daniel Ojo was given his League debut in February 2019 at the expense of Carl Dickinson, who ultimately was sidelined by both Darren Way and Neale Marmon, with Ojo playing in six matches during the closing stages of that campaign. Meanwhile Academy striker Devon Arnold was brought on for his debut on New Year's Day, seconds after the Glovers had gone 1-4 down in a League Two match against Cheltenham Town. Sarll didn't name specific scenarios, but said in general that the policy of putting such young players into overly pressurising situations was unfair on them:

"I thought it was really unfair with some of them last year being put into the relegation battle. That's really unfair. They would have taken a hell of a whalloping mentally. Some of the things I hear about young players going on, and they're being booed because of the decision that the manager has made. That's their first taste of senior football, and they've got 3,000 booing. Wow! It takes a brave manager to do that! In my experience with the young ones, they need to just keep playing and if they're not in the first team, and they're not considered to be one of the first names on the teamsheet, then they've got to go and play somewhere else, if they're still developing at that stage in their career. Gabby Rogers is probably the one that has featured the most, and right here, right now I think it's vital that we keep him amongst Dickinson, Collins, Nelson and Lee because they're shaping him in a way that I think Gabby needs. But he might go out on loan, as might a couple of others."

The one exception to the five players that have gone out on loan is Ryan Seager, who is 23 years old and has had a reasonable amount of experience with Crewe Alexandra, Milton Keynes Dons and Dutch side Telstar. However, Sarll felt that Seager's problem was that he'd never managed to have a sustained run of games at any of those clubs that would help him build up a rhythm in his game. With him not getting onto the pitch at Yeovil he felt it was important for Seager's career to get a run like that going at one club:

"I wanted Ryan Seager to go out on loan because Ryan has never had a continuous sustained period of senior football. So I wanted him to have that and I wanted him to experience that. I think it was holding him back, not having that kind of momentum in his games programme, where he can play week in, week out and really lead the line and be the man and all those things he was as a youth team player at Southampton, where he's never been as a senior player. So I thought that was really important and I did it for the benefit of Ryan Seager."


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12 September 2019 : Plymouth 2 Yeovil 0 : Glovers Exit Under-23s Cup
A Yeovil Town Under-23s side went out of the Premier League Under-23 Cup on Thursday night, with a 2-0 scoreline ending their first season in the competition. A goal in each half from Plymouth Argyle allowed the home side to progress to the Group Stages in this Second Qualifying Round tie at Home Park, as Klaidi Lolos and Cameron Sangster did the damage.

The Glovers fielded a side built almost entirely around their Under-18s set-up, with only 18 year old Gabriel Rogers providing inputs from the professional ranks. Despite this, they had plenty of first half opportunities, with Rogers cutting inside and sending a shot from the edge of the box just wide of Mike Cooper's near post. Dan Neild fired wide from distance, followed by Devon Arnold's drive over the crossbar from inside the box.

Argyle's slow start gradually began to be resolved, with their captain Adam Randell getting two good chances to score. But barely a minute after Klaidi Lolos had struck the crossbar, the Argyle striker broke the deadlock, latching onto a through ball from Reuben Collum. He rounded Glovers keeper Kacper Kowalczyk, who almost got a touch on the ball, before Lolos slotted home for a 1-0 lead for the Devon side at the break.

Yeovil had been unfortunate not to level, with Toby Stephens forcing Mike Cooper into a strong save from 12 yards out, with the loose ball being hacked away. He then saved at his near post from Gabriel Rogers, who had skinned two Pilgrims defenders before firing off a shot. That theme continued during the second period with Devon Arnold seeing a pair of chances going wide.

But on the night, Argyle's finishing was superior. As the game drew towards a close, Klaidi Lolos forced Kacper Kowalczyk to save with his legs, but there wasn't a lot the Glovers keeper could do about the one that doubled the Pilgrims' lead. In an attempt to clear his lines, defender Toby Stephens ended up putting the ball onto his own crossbar, and Cameron Sangster took advantage of the chaos to score from close range on the rebound. Despite Gabriel Rogers and Devon Arnold forcing Argyle keeper Mike Cooper into further saves, they couldn't force a late goal, and so head out of the tournament after two matches, with Argyle getting a chance in the Group matches.

Final Score: Plymouth Argyle U23s 2 Yeovil Town U23s 0.

Scorers: Klaidi Lolos (1-0, 34 mins), Cameron Sangster (2-0, 78 mins)

Yeovil Town Under-23s:
1. Kacper Kowalczyk 2. Dylan Abora-Poku 5. Tai Fleming (Capt) 10. Daniel Neild 11. Alfie Sturdy 14. Devon Arnold 15. Declan Rose 16. Gabriel Rogers 17. Toby Stephens 18. Sam Wright 20. George Calverley

Substitutes:
9. Ben Hughes 19. Alfie Lloyd 21. Ezray Omba 22. Adam Heaton

Plymouth Argyle Under-23s:
31. Mike Cooper 2. Jarvis Cleal 3. Reuben Collum 7. Jude Boyd 9. Rubin Wilson 14. Ollie Tomlinson 15. Alfie Wotton 19. Klaidi Lolos 20. Adam Randell (Capt) 26. Mike Peck 28. Cameron Sangster

Substitutes:
13. Tyler Coombes (GK) 16. Brandon Pursall 17. Angel Wariuh 22. Rhys Shirley 29. Luke Jephcott.

Attendance: 297.


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12 September 2019 : Team News For Plymouth Argyle U23s vs Yeovil Town U23s
Yeovil Town's starting line-up for the Premier League Under-23 Cup match against Plymouth Argyle has been named. The Second Qualifying Round match takes place at Home Park tonight for a place in the Group stages. Tonight's team sees the Glovers select almost entirely from their Under-18s set-up with Gabriel Rogers the only professional player named in the fifteen players selected.

The match will be settled tonight, with extra time and penalties if required. The team is as follows:

Yeovil Town Under-23s:
1. Kacper Kowalczyk 2. Dylan Abora-Poku 5. Tai Fleming (Capt) 10. Daniel Neild 11. Alfie Sturdy 14. Devon Arnold 15. Declan Rose 16. Gabriel Rogers 17. Toby Stephens 18. Sam Wright 20. George Calverley

Substitutes:
9. Ben Hughes 19. Alfie Lloyd 21. Ezray Omba 22. Adam Heaton

Plymouth Argyle Under-23s:
31. Mike Cooper 2. Jarvis Cleal 3. Reuben Collum 7. Jude Boyd 9. Rubin Wilson 14. Ollie Tomlinson 15. Alfie Wotton 19. Klaidi Lolos 20. Adam Randell (Capt) 26. Mike Peck 28. Cameron Sangster

Substitutes:
13. Tyler Coombes (GK) 16. Brandon Pursall 17. Angel Wariuh 22. Rhys Shirley 29. Luke Jephcott.


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12 September 2019 : Mugabi Makes Scottish Premiership Move
Former Yeovil Town defender Bevis Mugabi has got himself a new club. He's been signed up by Scottish Premiership side Motherwell, who currently lie in fifth place in the 2019-20 season league table, with four matches played. He's signed a short term deal until January 2020, having had trials with League One sides Wycombe Wanderers and Bury during July, with the latter obviously never reaching a final offer due to the Shakers' expulsion from the Football League.

Mugabi's delay in finding a new club was also hindered by his participation in the Africa Cup of Nations Finals in Egypt, where he played regularly for Uganda, meaning that he only returned to England in mid-July. He's now making his first trip to Scotland, and he's explained that he asked former Glovers striker Alex Fisher what life was like north of the border. Mugabi explained:

"I'm excited for a new challenge at Motherwell. I can't wait to get started. I spoke to some of my old team-mates who had played in Scotland, including Alex Fisher. They told me it was a great opportunity, with Alex telling me how great a place Motherwell was."

Manager Stephen Robinson has said that he does have a clear vacancy in his first eleven for Mugabi to grab a place, due to some injury problems involving central defenders, suggesting that he sees him filling in there, rather than at right-back. Robinson explained:

"We've an injury concern over one of our centre backs, so Bevis comes in to shore up the gap that might leave. He's an experienced player with a lot of games under his belt in England. He's big, strong and will give us another option at the back."


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12 September 2019 : Brzozowski Returns To Loftus Road As Loan Ends
Yeovil Town goalkeeper Marcin Brzozowski has returned to Queens Park Rangers. The 20 year old was at Huish Park on a one month loan spell, having been brought in as a replacement for Reading keeper Liam Driscoll. He made two appearances for the Glovers, but lost his place to Liam O'Brien and also picked up an injury that meant that he didn't travel to Halifax Town on Saturday.

His one month loan deal has now expired and the club will not be extending it further. At present, it's not clear when first choice goalkeeper Stuart Nelson will recover from his groin injury, but for now it seems that O'Brien will remain between the sticks for Saturday's match against AFC Fylde.

Link: Marcin Brzozowski : Yeovil Town Statistics.


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12 September 2019 : Fleming Joins Ojo In Wiltshire
Yeovil Town second year scholar Tai Fleming has joined Daniel Ojo on loan. The pair will both play for Southern League Division One South side Melksham Town, with Fleming's deal badged as a Work Experience Loan deal, which in practice means the Glovers still have control on his whereabouts, with the defender able to be selected for the Premier League Under-23 Cup and FA Youth Cup matches. It's not clear if this would extend to the Somerset Premier Cup at this stage.

Fleming is a 17 year old defender, who has recently been captaining the club's Under-18s side. He was recruited from Norwich City's Academy system just over a year ago, and featured for the club's first team in a number of their early pre-season friendlies this summer. The best of luck to him in his new environment.

The latest loan deal brings the total of players away from Huish Park up to five. Striker Ryan Seager is at Havant and Waterlooville, midfielders Alex John and Nestor Shako are at Gosport Borough, whilst Ojo and Fleming will be at Melksham Town.


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12 September 2019 : Ojo Becomes Fourth Glovers Player To Go Out On Loan
Yeovil Town left-back Daniel Ojo has gone out on loan. He has joined Southern League Division One South side Melksham Town, after struggling to break into the first team squad during the 2019-20 season. He will stay with the Wiltshire side until January 2020.

Ojo has so far played just one minute of first team football, whilst he has not been named on the teamsheet since the club's third match of the season, with an increased squad size gradually limiting his chances of being selected. Having made seven appearances during the 2018-19 season, mainly as a result of Carl Dickinson's temporary exile from Huish Park. Dickinson's return to the fold has made it hard for the 18 year old to break into the side, and so the loan move makes sense to all parties at this stage.

Daniel is the fourth Yeovil Town player to go out on loan, with Ryan Seager at Havant and Waterlooville and midfield pair Alex John and Nestor Shako at Gosport Borough at present. The best of luck to Daniel during his time in Wiltshire.

Update: Article updated to include the length of the loan deal.


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