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9 January 2012 : Gary Johnson Appointed As First Team Manager - Confirmed
Yeovil Town have this afternoon formally welcomed back Gary Johnson as their new first team manager this afternoon. In what has been one of the worst kept secrets of the past two days, 'Sir Gary' has completed a full circle started when he left the club in September 2005, taking him via Bristol City, Peterborough United and Northampton Town, and now back to Huish Park.

Gary takes up the reins, with Terry Skiverton becoming his assistant manager, having relinquished a role he had held since February 2009. He took charge for 144 matches, clocking up 38 wins, 41 draws and 65 defeats during his time in the hotseat

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