Yeovil Town FC have parted company with manager Paul Sturrock after just eight months in chargeRead the full story ›
After avoid embarrassing exits in the 1st round of the FA Cup, Yeovil Town & Exeter City will discover their 2nd round fate this evening.Read the full story ›
After dramatic wins at the weekend Forest Green Rovers and Yeovil Town - the West's only remaining FA Cup sides.Read the full story ›
In tonight's football, League Two leaders Plymouth Argyle have been beaten at Oxford.
Former Exeter City midfielder Liam Sercombe scored the only goal of the game, ending the Pilgrims' four-match winning run.
Meanwhile, Yeovil have lost 1-0 at home to Mansfield, after conceding a goal in the 10th minute of injury time.
Plymouth Argyle are through to the next round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy after beating Devon rivals Exeter City at Home Park.
A goal in each half from Hiram Boateng and Craig Tanner sealed victory in Argyle's 5000th competitive game.
Elsewhere, Yeovil are also through after beating Coventry 4-3 on penalties.
And in the National League, Torquay lost 3-2 at home to Dover.
Bristol Rovers and Yeovil have made it through to the next round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
Rovers beat Wycombe 2-0 thanks to first half goals from Matty Taylor and Jermaine Easter.
Yeovil beat Coventry 4-3 on penalties after the match finished goal-less.
However, Swindon are out after losing to bitter rivals Oxford.
Cheltenham Town are the new leaders of the National League after drawing 1-all with Braintree. Billy Waters rescued a point for the Robins with a goal in injury time.
A good night for the regions teams in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
Swindon Town drew 1-1 away at Newport, winning 7 - 6 on penalties, while Yeovil Town won 1-0 at home to Barnet.
After back to back relegations Yeovil's squad has undergone a serious rebuild to ensure they move up the table rather than down this seasonRead the full story ›
Yeovil Town are set to appoint Paul Sturrock as their new manager.
The former Plymouth Argyle and Swindon Town boss has been out of football since leaving Southend two years ago.
He's expected to be announced as Gary Johnson's successor at Huish Park tomorrow, with acting manager Terry Skiverton staying on as his assistant.
Yeovil Town's acting manager Terry Skiverton says he hasn't given up hope of avoiding relegation - despite sitting bottom of the table.Read the full story ›