Yeovil Town Football Club recently announced that they will be producing a limited edition commemorative book to celebrate ten years in the Football League.
The book, out in November, will be a very special publication to celebrate the successful decade and will feature many of the stars that helped that success along the way as it tells the story of life at Huish Park from 2003 to 2013.
It is hoped that Yeovil Town first team manager Gary Johnson will sign each copy of the book which will be strictly limited to a print run of just five hundred copies. Written by lifelong fan and freelance writer Martin McConachie, and produced by YTFC official programme designers Hops Design, it will focus on the matches, the players, the managers and the personalities at the club and will include exclusive interviews with all four of the Glovers’ Football League managers.
As part of the book, there is also the chance for Yeovil Town supporters to make a fantastic contribution to the unique book. Week by week, position by position, supporters can vote on the best players to have graced the Glovers shirt since they stormed into the Football League in 2003. Voting on each of the positions will run for one week only and we will showcase the final eleven players in 4-4-2 formation when the book is published later in the year.
Four weeks have gone by now and more than 550 votes have been cast for the first five positions in the best Football League XI and this week, starting on Monday March 11th, it’s the turn of the right midfielder. There are several top contenders for the coveted spot, not least Gavin Williams, still a part of the first team squad a decade later! He will be joined in the shortlist of “possible” by a couple of cult heroes in Nick Crittenden and Latvian international Andrejs Stolcers. There are also sure to be plenty of support for Andy Lindegaard, Arron Davies and Paul Warne who all featured in right midfield at times during their Glovers spells.
To vote, simply email your choice of right midfield to email@example.com from Monday, March 11th to midnight on Sunday March 17th alternatively, follow us on Twitter at @YTFCbook and register your vote on there. Voting will then close and the winner of each position will be revealed when the book is published later in the year. Everybody who votes will be entered into a prize draw where one lucky person will win a copy of the book.
You can also reserve your copy of the book by emailing the above email address.