Former Yeovil Town striker Kevin Gall has said that he is not on a revenge mission tomorrow when his current side Carlisle United come up against the Glovers.
Gally spent 3.5 years at Huish Park, moving to Cumbria over the summer and his goals fired Yeovil into the Football League when he partnered Kirk Jackson in the Nationwide Conference. Gally also went down in the history books as Yeovil's first ever scorer in the Football League, netting up at Rochdale in August 2003.
Now the Welshman is plying his trade at Brunton Park, where he has been an ever-present this season. His new side were the first team to beat Doncaster Rovers at their new Keepmoat Stadium, and he told the Cumbrian News and Star that a win tomorrow would for him be little different from last week's win in Yorkshire:
"If we beat them it will feel exactly the same as it did when we beat Doncaster last Saturday. Itís far more important for us to get three points than for me to get one over on them. Youíve got to be professional and not get drawn into that sort of childish approach. I got a good reception when we went there in August and it was great to get my first Carlisle goal there. But if I score against them this weekend I will celebrate it just as much as any other goal. If I get a goal it will be great because it will be my seventh for Carlisle, not because itís against Yeovil."
Despite making a few caustic remarks in the press shortly after leaving South Somerset, Gally says he bears no malice towards the Glovers and is happy with what he has achieved since arriving in the North-West:
"I didnít leave them on bad terms. A lot of people had something to say about me not being good enough, but thatís fine Ė fans have opinions on everyone and it is no different here. I think I have proved my point by coming to Carlisle and playing every single league game this season."
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