Season: 2021

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Darren Sarll

Marking the start of a new chapter at Huish Park, Darren Sarll was appointed as the club’s new manager in June 2019.

Signing a three-year contract, Darren has been tasked with rebuilding the first team for its first campaign outside of the EFL in 16 years.

The 36-year-old boasts a strong reputation for developing young players and possesses a 15-year coaching career that has included spells at the likes of Brentford, Rotherham United and Stevenage.

Spending the majority of his coaching career at Broadhall Way, Sarll progressed to be the club’s first team manager between 2016 and 2018, guiding Boro to a 10th place finish in 2016/17 whilst earning widespread plaudits for developing youth talents such as Ben Wilmot and Ben Kennedy, with the club receiving a seven-figure fee for the former’s move to Premier League outfit Watford.

Most recently Head of Academy at Watford himself, Darren headed to the South West to lead the club’s assault in the National League for 2019/20.

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Max Evans

Max Evans joined Yeovil Town in 2020 to provide competition for Adam Smith. The young goalkeeper made his debut for the club in friendly action in 2021, coming off the bench against Stratford Town.

Evans also possess first team experience, with a loan spell at Frome Town under his belt during the 2020/21 season.

 

Jack Robinson

A versatile defender, Robinson can play both left back, and left-sided centre half, providing much needed competition to the defensive ranks.

Dan Moss

Moss, who signs until November 3rd is also a defender of a versatile mould. Mainly operating on the right side of the defence, the Millwall youngster has also found himself dispatched in the midfield and central defence.

Max Hunt

Standing at six foot, six inches inches tall, the towering Carlisle United loanee signed on loan in December 2020.

A Derby County academy graduate, Hunt has experience at National League levels, enjoying a stint on loan at Aldershot Town in 2019, making 21 league appearances.

Following his first taste of mens football, the Chesterfield born defender moved northbound to Carlisle in the summer and after already making six appearances in League Two this season, now signs for the short term in Somerset with the look to gain more first team experience.

Matthew Worthington

Arriving for a second spell with the club in January 2019, Matt Worthington signed a two-and-a-half year deal from AFC Bournemouth.

A loanee during the 2017/18 campaign at Huish Park, the Cherries academy graduate then spent the first half of the current campaign at Forest Green Rovers before returning to the Vitality Stadium.

Snapped up by the Glovers, the box-to-box midfielder, who can also operate at right-back, signed a long-term deal to return to Somerset.

 

Mitch Rose

The versatile Rose has mainly enjoyed spells as a holding midfielder throughout his career, but has also spent time playing at the centre of defence and full-back.

Coming through the ranks at Rotherham United in 2010, this was where Rose first met current Town boss Darren Sarll, who helped our latest addition progress as a scholar.

Our new no.16 has experience in the Football League, having later plied his trade for Mansfield Town, Newport County, Grimsby Town.

A penalty specialist, Rose scored from the spot in April 2018 to confirm Grimsby’s EFL survival against Chesterfield.

More recently, Rose spent two seasons with Notts County, where he helped the Magpies to the National League Promotion Final in the 19/20 season.