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INTERVIEW | Way looking for balance to performance

Glovers boss searching for Coventry-esque showing

8 September 2017

Darren Way shakes Harry Kewell's hand PPAUK

With Cheltenham Town the visitors this weekend, manager Darren Way is looking for balance in his side’s performance.

Yet to register a point on the road, Town have won their opening two matches at home scoring five goals in the process. 

Recalling a 2-0 win over Coventry last time out at Huish Park, the Yeovil boss is looking for a repeat performance.

“If we get the balance right like we did against Coventry, we’ll score goals,” Way told iFollow Glovers

“There’s no doubt of that, the players feel it every day in training – with balance the results will come.

“The club over a number of years, certainly the last four, hasn’t seen either the flow of goals or creative force going forward that we’ve got now.”

With five games played Yeovil have already produced five different goal scorers, something that pleases Way ahead of the clash against the Robins.

“We’ve got ball carriers who can take the ball from one end of the pitch to the other at pace with power.

“They can face defenders one-v-one, take them inside or outside, put good crosses into the box and shoot. 

“It’s all about timing when you’re in the final third and we have clever players.

“We welcome Matt Worthington now as well – he’s a good player who plays with steel and determination and offers versatility.” 

Tickets for the visit of Cheltenham remain on sale via the Huish Park ticket office (in person or by calling 01935 847888), or online.


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