Following the recent fans survey to garner supporter opinion on the matchday experience at Huish Park, the results are continuing to be analysed and discussed amongst the Executive at the Football Club.
With over 550 responses to the survey, the Club are also looking to liaise with the Glovers Trust regarding the survey it conducted independently in order to further gauge fan opinion.
Whilst the Club acknowledges the key areas marked for improvement in the survey, solutions and potential alternatives are still being looked into with changes and improvements to be announced shortly.
As Part of the RBL 2016 Poppy Appeal, the Glovers squad will be wearing commemorative shirts with the RBL Poppy embroidered on the front when they take on newly promoted Grimsby Town at Huish Park this Saturday in Sky Bet League Two.
The event will include entertainment from compere and comedian Bob Webb, a three-course meal and a quality sports memorabilia auction.
Parlour, who won the Premier League three times and the FA Cup four times with Arsenal, will also be sharing experiences from his career.
Twelve tables have now been sold for the evening, meaning tickets are no longer available.
After retaining Yeovil Town’s Football League status last season, Darren Way is focused on becoming the catalyst to propel the Glovers back up to the higher echelons of the English footballing pyramid.
Having spent 16 years at Huish Park as a player, coach and now manager, the 36-year-old has started his first full-season as manager.
After bringing in 14 players in the summer, Town have recorded 10 points from their opening 11 matches with a target – set by the players – of finishing mid-table in Sky Bet League Two.
With Way committed to the Club for the next three years, the former fans’ favourite is determined to bring success back to Huish Park.
"The League Two level has gone up. Every game you play in now the energy and commitment that goes into it is high.
"We’ve got a lot of positives – we’ve got the academy and the ladies football – but I’m afraid to say it’s going to take time to reach the dizzying heights of where we were before.
"I’ve had one pre-season and now we’re starting on a journey to build a football club back up again.
"That’s not going to happen overnight. We’ve had two managers that have tried to do it before me and couldn’t.
"I know the energy, work and commitment that the staff are putting in behind the scenes makes me proud to come in every day and to be manager."
Way’s targets are part of the Club’s ambition to return to the higher levels of the Football League, but the Gaffer is keen to stress the importance of patience.
"I’m a supporter of Chelsea. I want them to win the league every year but they don’t necessarily do that. And they’ve got millions of pounds to spend," Way said.
"Man United supporters want their team to win every week and they don’t do that. So you have to be realistic as to where we are as a football club.”
As part of the FA Girls’ Football Week from the 10th – 16th October, Yeovil Town Community Sports Trust are inviting all girls and women’s teams from across the County to Huish Park.
The Trust is inviting teams to attend the Yeovil Town v Newport County Sky Bet League Two match on Saturday 15th October, kick off 3.00pm.
For just £3.00 for U16’s and £13.00 for adults, YTCST would like to encourage all clubs in the county to invite their players, coaches, volunteers and parents to attend the match and support Girls Football Week.
on the 3G pitch at Huish Park on the day for girls who want to take part, but places will need to be booked in advance and will be on a first come, first served basis.13.30 – 14.30 1 hour coaching session from FREEThe Trust will also be providing a
(teams with girls aged 16 and under) to submit their ticket forms, will be invited onto the pitch at half time for a lap of honour and photograph. first 10 teamsThe
and return to Sara Bradley, Manager, Yeovil Town Community Sports, Huish Park, Yeovil, Somerset, BA22 8YF by Thursday 13th October.hereAny teams interested in taking up this fantastic offer must fill in the ticket and coaching booking form
*Please note. The 3G surface has a strict footwear policy. Only moulded studs/studs can be worn (no trainers/flat shoes or heels)