Tag Archives: Yeovil Town

Yeovil True!

  It was a sad weekend for Yeovil Town fans as their cherished club tumbled out of the Football League after 16 years. I nearly wrote “glorious” but withdrew the adjective, many of them were anything but. We now face … Continue reading

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Why I’m not at the PLSA conference today

  I’m writing at 6am, soon I will be getting on a train to Manchester which will be full of people going to the PLSA Conference. I won’t be going to that Conference, instead I will be visiting Sage’s accountant support office … Continue reading

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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. They are … Continue reading

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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. So I phoned up … Continue reading

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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. He cam also stille Ther his moder was As dew … Continue reading

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What’s it like to support the worst team in the League?

Yesterday Yeovil Town lost again yesterday. This didn’t come as a surprise. As we sing to jubilant opposition supporters “you’re nothing special – we lose every week” In 2012 we were promoted through the play-offs In 2013 we were relegated … Continue reading

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Spurring Altmann on

This must be an odd time for our new pension minister – Ros Altmann. As I’m finding out coming back from America, the first few days can carry you through on adrenalin. But then comes that wave of tiredness as … Continue reading

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Hope yet for AonHewitt

I oughtn’t to like Aon. Weirdly I do;- but in the kind of way that google likes the Encyclopedia Brittanica. Aon is an American owned consultancy that feeds the insatiable maw of Man United, it is becoming a fiduciary manager … Continue reading

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“Since I was young, I followed them, #ytfc – the team for me”

I’ve got to admit it – “When I was young, I followed AFC Bournemouth”, so I don’t sing the song in the title of this blog. The first time I heard it sung was when Derby did us 3-2 in the … Continue reading

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The best moment of the season (so far) #YTFC 1 #DRFC 0

Yeovil Town FC – we’re the Green Army Continue reading

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