Yeovil Town Football Club is recruiting - but this time it's not for players but a girl band to sing and dance at matches
Our football round-up begins at Huish Park where Yeovil Town lost their first ever home game in the Championship.
Here's the route of the open-top bus tour to celebrate Yeovil Town's promotion to the Championship.
Yeovil Town Football Club have taken the first steps to forming a girl band. The Glovers held X-Factor style open auditions to find five singers and dancers to join the group.
The final line-up with be revealed in January.
Yeovil Town are in league action tonight. The Glovers, who are currently bottom-of-the-table, travel to fellow strugglers Doncaster, a team four points ahead of Gary Johnson's men in the Championship. Kick-off is at 7.45pm
Yeovil Town have signed international goalkeeper Wayne Hennessy on a one month loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Hennessy will be making the move to Huish Park to replace the injured Marek Stech. He signed for Wolves in 2003 and is currently on the Wales International team.
Called up in the Ireland senior squad absolutely buzzing????
Yeovil Town striker Paddy Madden has been called up for the Republic of Ireland international squad.
The match against Wales will take place on Wednesday at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.
Paddy, who was last season's League One top scorer, will travel to Wales tomorrow.
Plymouth Argyle have appointed Martyn Starnes as their new Chief Executive. The 58 year old joins Argyle from Championship side Yeovil Town, where he has carried out the same role for five and a half years.
Yeovil Town have followed up their historic promotion to the Championship by tying manager, Gary Johnson, down to a new two-year contract.
It's just over two weeks since the 57-year-old helped the Glovers secure a place in English football's second tier next season following a play-off final win at Wembley.
Matthias Kurth reports:
Speaking at a press conference at Huish Park earlier, Gary Johnson said:
– Gary Johnson, Yeovil Town manager
Lots of good things have still got to happen, but I've got those assurances and it's great for me now to settle down and talk to the players because I'm now going to be the manager here for the next couple of years at least.
I want us all to stay together. It's a great team, I'm getting on well with the board of directors, and I seem to be getting on well with the media judging by the hundreds here in this room.