Issue 15 of Independent Barmy Army, the fanzine of the Yeovil Town Independent Supporters Association is now on sale and will be available to purchase at this Saturday's FA Trophy game v Burscough.
The fanzine contains the usual mix of articles ranging from the serious to comical, and this month includes contributions from supporters of all of the Glovers promotion rivals as well as a match report on the YTISA's recent friendly match v Morecambe supporters from legendary (so he says) Shrimper Sean O'Connor. Issue 15 is easily the biggest edition of the fanzine so far produced by the YTISA and at £1 is excellent value and a good read - thoroughly recommended by us at Ciderspace.
If you wish to purchase the fanzine but can't get to the Burscough game on Saturday, email editor Stew Bratherton at firstname.lastname@example.org and he'll reserve you a copy.
YTISA press officer Steve Sowden writes:
The former chairman of Yeovil Town FC, Bryan Moore, has officially accepted the invitation to become the first-ever Honorary President of the Yeovil Town Independent Supporters' Association.
It was announced on Tuesday in the YTISA's fanzine, Barmy Army, that Mr Moore had agreed to accept the role.
YTISA chairman Mark Kelly said: "His acceptance of his position as Honorary President of the YTISA will bring a wealth of experience and guidance to the organisation and I'm sure that all of our members will welcome an old friend into the fold."
Mr Moore served as club chairman from 1991 until present day supremo John Fry took over in the 1995-96 season.
But Mr Moore's relationship with Yeovil Town extends back over more than 50 years and as a 12-year-old boy he was among the crowd at the old sloping pitch of Huish to watch the Glovers' beat Sunderland 2-1 in that infamous FA Cup Fourth Round match.
Since those days he has been heavily involved with the club, and now does a lot of work for the Football Association and is currently chairman of the FA Trophy Competition Committee.
His support of the Glovers, however, is without question and he boasts a proud record of having watched between 1969 and 1990 a total of 1,308 consecutive matches involving Yeovil in the league, FA Cup, FA Trophy and county cup games.
Finally, it is now possible to buy YTISA merchandise in Yeovil town centre. A selection of different items such as scarves, hats and flags are now on sale at the Key Stores newsagents in Princes Street, Yeovil. See the YTISA's merchandise page for an idea of what is available to purchase.
Comment on this News Item on Facebook
or Go back to Top of Page