Torquay United have named Gary Johnson as their new manager.
He replaces Gary Owers, who was sacked yesterday after a disappointing start to the season.
Johnson left Cheltenham Town in August after more than three years in charge.
He led the Robins to promotion to the Football League in 2016.
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Gloucestershire Police say they have received a call about "loose sheep" in Cheltenham.
Officers have seen the funny side of the situation, hoping the "baaaaa-d sheep' are returned home safely.
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Cheltenham Town manager Gary Johnson has thanked the Bristol Heart Institute for their hard work as he continues his recovery from heart surgery.
Johnson missed Cheltenham's recent match at Doncaster Rovers having gone down with a heavy cold.
After continuing to feel unwell, he was admitted to hospital over the weekend of March 11.
He is expected to miss a few weeks of action but is looking forward to getting back to the team.
Watch Johnson's full thank you video below, (footage from BHI):
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