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Skybet League 2 - Tuesday 2nd February Betting Preview

With a number of League 2 sides making it into the third and fourth rounds of the FA Cup coupled with the usual weather issues there have been a number of postponed matches which means we get quite a few midweek games at this time of year and there are two of them in the bottom flight on Tuesday night. 444 more words

Betting

Yeovil Town - relight my fire!

In my 13 years with my partner Stella, I cannot remember being quite so much in love as I was  yesterday.

She will not thank me for saying it, but her decision to accompany me on a cold and windy Saturday to Kingsmeadow, the home of Kingstonian and AFC Wimbledon to watch Yeovil Town’s struggle for survival, was miraculous – at least to me. 373 more words

Pensions

Plymouth Argyle 1 - 0 Yeovil Town

It has been a challenging, amazing and life-changing few months. I have been in Maastricht studying law on my year abroad. I have never lived in another country, in fact, I have never lived outside of Devon, so this has been huge. 790 more words

Football

The value of being nice. #WASPI, #YTFC and decency

Stand up for the Minstermen!

290 York City fans came to Huish Park yesterday to watch their team lose 1-0 against fellow strugglers Yeovil. We clapped them before the game and many of us commiserated with them after. 673 more words

Pensions

Non-leaguers in waiting?


NOBODY will thank you for saying it, but there a number of current Football League clubs that are really non-league clubs just visiting. Likewise, there is a growing band of non-leaguers that may eventually go back to the League – someday. 955 more words

English Football

A day away at Plymouth #ytfc

Everyone in our house is old or on crutches and it looks like watching the boxing day test and the King George is about as exciting as it’ll get at the Mount, Salisbury Rd, Shaftesbury Dorset. 901 more words

Yeovil Town

All I want for Christmas is dew (relentless rain won't do!)

The reference to “Dew” is from memory of this lovely medieval poem

I syng of a mayden

That is makeles,

king of alle kinges

to here sone che chees. 593 more words

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