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If the FA want a professional women's League let them pay for it

There have been two main post EURO 2017 stories in English women’s football. The first is the Sampson v Aluko/Spence racism scandal (mentioned in previous post “Women’s football needs a Kerry Packer. 732 more words


Why I'm not at the PLSA conference today

I’m writing at 6am, soon I will be getting on a train to Manchester which will be¬†full of people going to the PLSA Conference. I won’t be going to that Conference, instead I will be visiting Sage’s accountant¬†support office in Salford and helping First Actuarial with its work with small businesses in the north west. 550 more words



We need to come together.
We need to take the club motto to heart.
Together, we can Achieve By Unity.

We all want what is best for Yeovil Town. 355 more words

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Yeovil Town 0-0 Cheltenham Town: Five things we learned (on and off the pitch) at Huish Park

Cheltenham Town picked up their first away point of the season despite dominating Yeovil Town at Huish Park.

Danny Wright and Mo Eisa in particular had chances to win the game but were unable to break the deadlock. 983 more words


Improving poor away form is key to a better season for Cheltenham Town this year

With just one victory from their opening five games, Cheltenham Town sit bottom of League Two with just three points and they now face the daunting task of back to back away trips at Yeovil Town and Newport County. 567 more words


Broadfield Stadium: Crawley Town 2 - 0 Yeovil Town

This week, I swapped Somerset for Sussex to support Yeovil as they took on Crawley.

Match report:

Crawley Town secured their second consecutive League Two win as they beat Yeovil Town 2 – 0 at the Broadfield Stadium. 745 more words

Preview: Yeovil Town

It’s too early into the season to really be reading too much into the last week’s defeat – it was, after all, effectively decided by a goalkeeping blunder – but it wasn’t so far below the level of performance we’d seen at times this season to be able to brush it off as a one-off. 1,025 more words

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