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Walking Dead? Star fittingly sees Exeter's implausible comeback (video)

As Rick Grimes, actor Andrew Lincoln regularly battles the undead on his show “The Walking Dead”.

As a friend of Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale, Lincoln was probably pretty happy to watch a team that would not die. 129 more words


0 - 4 vs. Luton Town

The Yeovil Town omnishambles remained in full-flow in the 0-4 loss to Luton on Saturday.

An early stonewall penalty, a clinical counter attack, a simple set piece and an edge of the box drive consigned Darren Way’s team to a dismal defeat in their fourth match in a row without scoring. 390 more words

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Away Days- Notts County v Yeovil Town

My last Away Days will go down as one of the greatest I have experienced. We’ve had over a week since Lincoln City went head to head with Premier League Burnley and dumped them out of the FA Cup, and the magnitude of this upset is just beginning to sink in. 937 more words


Norman Hayward's Amish dream for Yeovil Town Football Club

Yeovil Town Football Club’s land is now firmly in the grasp of its anonymous owner Mr. Norman Hayward. What he needs with three football pitches, two pothole ridden car parks, an unfit for purpose marquee and a fly tipping zone behind the club’s most recent stadium improvement (which is 16 years old) is anyone’s guess… 339 more words

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Why are Yeovil Town fans so frustrated?

Yeovil Town aren’t a fallen giant. They’re not a club that deserves to be higher up the football pyramid. They’re nothing special. They’re famous for killing giants in a monochrome non-league era. 395 more words

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Away Days- Hartlepool United v Yeovil Town

After a number of FA Cup matches, I’m finally back for my first league game of 2017. Recent weeks have seen me get behind my local side, Lincoln City, as they made it to the last 16 of the FA Cup for the first time in over 100 years. 843 more words


The Non-League 100: Yeovil Town 1948-49 - Stock's giant-killers

FOR YEARS, Yeovil Town were considered to be one of the top clubs outside of the Football League. With their well-known stadium, Huish – complete with famous slope, and a promising catchment area, they were widely recognised as a League club-in-waiting. 537 more words

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