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Player Ratings: Yeovil 0-4 Man Utd

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Manchester United came through as comfortable 4-0 winners at Yeovil Town in our FA Cup fourth round tie at Huish Park this evening, just as we predicted earlier today. Marcus Rashford opened the scoring five minutes before half-time when he... Continue Reading →

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Sanchez starts – Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Yeovil

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Manchester United let Mkhitaryan leave to sign Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal this month and the Chilean international is set to make his debut when the Red Devils face Yeovil Town in the FA Cup.

The Old Trafford club won their last game against Burnley in the Premier League and after tonight’s contest, Mourinho’s men will face a tough game away from home against Tottenham Hostpur.

Where there’s will there’s a Way for Yeovil boss

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London (AFP) – Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho’s problems may be taken up by Manchester City’s bigger spending power but they pale into insignificance compared to those of his opposite number at minnows Yeovil in Friday’s FA Cup fourth round clash.

United - who may give Alexis Sanchez his debut after his lucrative move from Arsenal on Monday - travel to the unglamorous surroundings of fourth-tier Yeovil whose manager Darren Way is fortunate to even be in the dugout.

Where there’s will there’s a Way for Yeovil boss

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London (AFP) – Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho’s problems may be taken up by Manchester City’s bigger spending power but they pale into insignificance compared to those of his opposite number at minnows Yeovil in Friday’s FA Cup fourth round clash.

United - who may give Alexis Sanchez his debut after his lucrative move from Arsenal on Monday - travel to the unglamorous surroundings of fourth-tier Yeovil whose manager Darren Way is fortunate to even be in the dugout.

TTU Awards 2012-13: Young Player of the Season

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[W]hen we announced the winner of the loan signing of the season on Tuesday, friend of the blog and author of The Long Way, A. E. Greb mischievously commented that Wilfried Zaha could perhaps have been in contention. As I remarked at the time, the Ivorian born youngsterwould have been a worthy winner of anumber of our awards but as it turned out, he was always going to be a shoo-in for the Young Player accolade.

Snoop Dogg Gives A Shout Out To Welsh Homies Gareth Bale And Ryan Giggs (Video)

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By Alan Duffy

Only a year ago Jay-Z was rumoured to be pondering investing in his favourite "soccer" club Arsenal, and now another hip hop icon, Snoop Dogg, has given a shout out to Welsh wing wizards Gareth Bale and Ryan Giggs.

Snoop is kicking off his new world tour in the UK and will be performing in Cardiff on October 8th, hence the promos.

Videos

League Two: Players Ushered From Pitch As Low-Flying Drone Causes Yeovil-Crawley Match To Be Suspended For 11 Minutes (Photo & Video)

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Fans in attendance at Yeovil Towns' New Year's Day fixture against Crawley were rendered temporarily befuddled when play was stopped mid-match with no explanation from the officials.

Indeed, the League Two fixture was interrupted for over 10 minutes when a UFO was spotted hovering in the inky gloom above Huish Park.

Leicester City ‘Keeper Kasper Schmeichel Leaps Like A Big, Blonde, Danish Salmon To Score Late Equaliser vs Yeovil (Video)

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By Chris Wright

...sort of, anyway.

Emulating his old man's exploits against once upon a time, Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel popped up in the box to score a late, 90th-minute equaliser for the Foxes against Yeovil last night.

The goal was actually credited to striker Chris Wood, who nodded in the rebound but, as can clearly be seen in the following snippet, Schmeichel's cavaliering header crossed the line in its own right.

Yeovil Unleash Their New Girl Band “Viva Pitch” to the Public and Get a Very Predictable Reception!

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Championship side Yeovil introduced there competition Girl Band winners Viva Pitch before their lose to Leed's at the weekend and let's just say the attending audience's reaction was predictable!

Saturday's Championship match between the Glovers and Leeds started with a special show for the fans, as new girl band Viva Pitch received their national debut.

Brilliant Wind Assisted Stephen Warnock Free-Kick Against Yeovil

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Former Liverpool full-back Stephen Warnock hits the winner from a brilliant wind assisted free-kick as Leeds beat Yeovil 2-1 in the Championship and celebrates like a boss.

Arsenal

Watford, Minnows & Days of Yore.

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An away draw at Sutton Utd . A win takes us into the 6th round a loss is unthinkable

Back in the Days of Yore, I went with AFC to Yeovil for an away Cup game.

In order to get tickets one had to check in the program, find out when the tickets went on sale and then arrive at Highbury at least 4 hours before the sale time.

Oxo Kid shines as Arsenal see off Greeks

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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has the craft, guile and brains to become an Arsenal great. That is the opinion of coach Pat Rice after the Oxo Kid scored on his Champions League debut in last night's 2-1 win over Olympiakos at the Emirates.

At just 18, he became the youngest English scorer in the competition, with Theo Walcott and Jack Wilshere close behind him.

Yeovil Town

Five things we have learnt from Yeovil vs United

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After getting knocked out in the third round last season, United managed to book a spot in the fourth round of the FA Cup but only afterstruggling than expected against League One side Yeovil Town.

It might have been United's 11th consecutive game unbeaten but that was just about the only positive to take away from a trip to Devon.

Michael Ngoo Set For Loan At Yeovil

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Despite the influx of younger squad members coming through in the first half of last season, a handful of Liverpool's youngsters found themselves set for minutes elsewhere--Jack Robinson had a successful spell at Wolves, Adam Morgan was briefly at Rotherham United, Jon Flanagan was widely reported to be headed out before injuring his knee in mid-January, and Michael Ngoo, a player who'd simultaneously confounded and impressed in the youth ranks, headed north to join Danny Wilson at Hearts.

Millwall

Finding Forest: The Difficulties of Locating the Stadium

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[M]y first visit to Yeovil Town's Huish Park recently presented more than a few problems in finding the stadium. Situated on an industrial estate in the westerly suburbs of this surprisingly unlovely town, the one road in/one road out access shouldn't have been too difficult to negotiate, especially at a full speed of roughly 8 miles an hour.

Transfer Window Review: Southampton

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PHOTO: New #SaintsFC striker @danistone25 poses with First Team Manager Mauricio Pochettino. #WelcomeOsvaldo pic.twitter.com/74i4M2QBnB Southampton FC (@SouthamptonFC) August 19, 2013 Five word review: Top quality where it's needed. In: Pablo Daniel Osvaldo (Roma, £15m), Victor Wanyama (Celtic, £12.

TTU Go Predicting: Best Free Agent

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[A] look at the Professional Footballers' Association list of out of contract and available players becomes more depressing by the year, even if there are Premier League outcasts aplenty whose current availability is often more a consequence of protracted contract negotiations and a choice of suitors.

TTU Go Predicting: A Club-By-Club Championship Preview

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[T]he hubbub engulfing our League 1 and League 2 previews this week has highlighted the sensitivity of the average football fan. Now it's time for the Championship, a division in which, contrary to appearances, not quite all the teams start with B. Barnsley The high farce of the Tykes' last minute escape against Huddersfield confirmed David Flitcroft's emergence as one of the Football League's most promising managers in April but there will be a nervousness about the season to come – a horrific 6-0 home defeat against Charlton sat amid a bevy of notable results in the run in and.

Birmingham City

Yeovil Lets Birmingham City Score Unopposed Goal Against Them [VIDEO]

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Yeovil Town let Birmingham City score an unopposed goal against them after a controversial decision erupted in Tuesday night's Carling Cup match.

The extraordinary circumstances happened after one of Yeovil's players got injured in the match. Birmingham City's goalkeeper kicked the ball out to allow the Yeovil player to be treated.

League Cup Cock-Up: Yeovil Allow Birmingham To Walk In Unopposed Goal Over Poor Sportsmanship Then Go Out On Penalties

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By Chris Wright

Things got a bit dicey atHuish Park last night as Birmingham City put home side Yeovil out of the Carling Cup via a penalty shoot-out, though not before they were allowed to walk in an unopposed goal in extra-time to make up for a particularly unsporting goal Yeovil scored in normal time.

TTU Go Predicting: Trouble Ahead

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[F]inancially speaking – and the majority of us did interpret ‘trouble ahead' through a fiscal lens when discussing potential candidates – this could be a tough year for Football League clubs. With a stifling economic outlook, more pressure will be on income streams and it may very well be that a greater number of clubs risk the wrath of the tax man and the authorities still in 2013-14.

Sheffield United

TTU Go Predicting: Players to Watch

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[A]s we head into the second week of our 2013-14 predictions, our focus turns to the players we deem to possess the potential to stand out amongst their peers. Whereas season previews tend to focus on teams more broadly, for which players could this be a year to remember on a personal level? Starting at the Madejski, having once accused Lionel Messi of being a racist we'll be watching through fingers at what Reading's new signing Royston Drenthe will do next for although there were more loose cannons at the Battle of Trafalgar, surely none was as potent.

TTU Go Predicting: Best Loanee

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[A]lright. Whose idea was it to kick off our thematic predictions with a loan category...? Do people realise that it's still July? In defence, although the days are but early, loans have become such a key aspect in every club's year-on-year recruitment that transactions are happening much earlier than they might have previously.

Once More Unto the Breach: The Football League Season Draws to a Conclusion

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[T]onight, Watford travel to Leicester City at the onset of a nail biting weekend of Football League fixtures. With a great many issues still hanging in the balance, our two founding bloggers, Lloyd and Lanterne Rouge convened to discuss the prospects: ... Lanterne Rouge: As a Plymouth fan, you've mentioned to me that you are still worried about the drop - it's quite possible mathematically but will take a chain reaction of perhaps sub-nuclear proportions for Argyle to go down to the Football League.

Campeonato Inglês - 3ª Divisão - 2012/2013

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Classificação Geral 1 P J
1º Tranmere Rovers 30 13
2º Crawley Town 25 13
3º Sheffield United 25 13
4º Notts County 24 12
5º Stevenage 23 12
6º Swindon Town 22 13
7º Doncaster Rovers 21 12
8º Milton Keynes Dons 20 13
9º Preston North End 18 13
10º Portsmouth 18 13
11º Walsall FC 18 13
12º Brentford 18 13
13º Yeovil Town 16 13
14º Leyton Orient 16 13
15º Oldham Athletic 16 12
16º Colchester United 16 13
17º Carlisle United 16 13
18º AFC Bournemouth 14 13
19º Crewe Alexandra 14 13
20º Shrewsbury Town 13 13
21º Coventry City 11 13
22º Scunthorpe United 10 13
23º Hartlepool United 7 13
24º Bury 5 13


Campeonato Inglês - 3ª Divisão - 2012/2013

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Classificação Geral 1 P J
1º Tranmere Rovers 20 8
2º Notts County 17 8
3º Stevenage 16 8
4º Milton Keynes Dons 14 8
5º Swindon Town 14 8
6º Walsall FC 14 8
7º Sheffield United 14 8
8º Crawley Town 13 8
9º Brentford 12 8
10º Carlisle United 12 8
11º Preston North End 11 8
12º Doncaster Rovers 11 7
13º Leyton Orient 10 7
13º Yeovil Town 10 8
15º Crewe Alexandra 10 8
16º Shrewsbury Town 9 8
17º Scunthorpe United 8 8
18º AFC Bournemouth 8 8
19º Oldham Athletic 6 7
20º Hartlepool United 6 7
21º Portsmouth 5 8
22º Colchester United 4 8
23º Coventry City 3 8
24º Bury 3 8


Campeonato Inglês - 3ª Divisão - 2012/2013

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Classificação Geral 1 P J
1º Tranmere Rovers 14 6
2º Notts County 13 6
3º Crawley Town 12 6
4º Stevenage 12 6
5º Walsall FC 11 6
6º Yeovil Town 10 6
7º Milton Keynes Dons 10 6
8º Sheffield United 10 6
9º Doncaster Rovers 9 5
10º Brentford 8 6
10º Preston North End 8 6
12º Swindon Town 8 6
13º Carlisle United 8 6
14º Crewe Alexandra 8 6
15º AFC Bournemouth 7 6
16º Leyton Orient 6 5
17º Hartlepool United 5 5
17º Portsmouth 5 6
19º Oldham Athletic 5 5
19º Shrewsbury Town 5 6
21º Scunthorpe United 4 6
22º Bury 3 6
22º Coventry City 3 6
24º Colchester United 3 6


Campeonato Inglês - 3ª Divisão - 2012/2013

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Classificação Geral 1 P J 1º Yeovil Town 7 3 2º Tranmere Rovers 7 3 3º Swindon Town 7 3 4º Stevenage 7 3 5º Doncaster Rovers 6 3 6º Notts County 6 3 7º Crawley Town 6 3 8º Sheffield United 5 3 9º Brentford 4 3 10º Milton Keynes Dons 4 3 11º Shrewsbury Town 4 3 12º Carlisle United 4 3 13º Walsall FC 4 3 14º Crewe Alexandra 3 3 15º AFC Bournemouth 3 3 15º Colchester United 3 3 15º Coventry City 3 3 18º Bury 2 3 18º Preston North End 2 3 20º Portsmouth 2 3 21º Hartlepool United 1 2 22º Oldham Athletic 1 3 23º Leyton Orient 0 2 24º Scunthorpe United 0 3


Trading Places: Time to Reform the Football League’s Loan System?

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To look closely at the associated regulations is to acknowledge the Football League's existing loan system as nothing less than a free for all. ‘Temporary loan transfer' is the umbrella heading which comprises the following three types of move permissible under the current system: • ‘Standard Loans' (half or full season in length and arranged during the two transfer windows); • ‘Emergency Loans' (28-93 days in length and arranged both within the two transfer windows and during fixed periods outside these dates); • ‘Youth Loans' (identical to ‘Emergency Loans' but applies to scholars or new professionals on a work experience-type.

TTU Awards

TTU Awards 2012-13: Team of the Season

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[T]his site has a natural penchant for the underdog, so Yeovil were an obvious candidate for this year's Team of the Season, which of course represents the climax of our annual TTU Awards. Paddy Madden's goals were crucial to their success but the Glovers – a well-organized collective – were more than a star striker and supporting cast.

TTU Awards 2012-13: Manager of the Season

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[O]f all the categories this year, our opinion formers were most divided on this. Sure, the collection of silverware is all important but it's as much about the raw materials and how far they are stretched. Hence, a number of bosses deserve credit for exceeding expectations - those gentlemen who chose to forget this when assessing Nigel Adkins and last year's winner Brian McDermott would do well to take note.

TTU Awards 2011-12: Worst Kit

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Brighton have basically been immune to any sort of criticism for a couple of years now. Their League 1 team of 2010-11 was wondrous; they're gradually becoming one of the UK's foremost community clubs; the easy transition last season from the Withdean to Falmer was the kind of move that the majority of football supporters will only get to realise in their imaginations .

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Relegation From the Football League is Not the End of the World

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[T]his year's League Two relegation battle is quite remarkable. Not just for the closeness of thefight, but for the teams involved. All bar one have recently spent time in the Conference and all bar one have gained promotion to the League since two-up two-down was introduced from non-league's top tier.

The Thursday Preview: Yeovil Vs Exeter

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This weekend's fixtures look like a pretty sedate set on the face of it. Leeds' terrestrially televised trip across the shires to meet Burnley and what may be the most pathetic grudge in history, Saints versus Seagulls, are worth keeping on the radar perhaps, but otherwise I can't help but be drawn down the leagues to the two derbies west of Bristol.

The Rest

Man United handed Cup visit to fourth-tier Yeovil

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London (AFP) – Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United will travel to fourth-tier minnows Yeovil Town in the English FA Cup fourth round after Monday’s draw, while Newport County will host Tottenham Hotspur.

United beat Derby County on Friday in their first match of the tournament, and would equal Arsenal’s all-time record of 13 Cup titles with victory in May’s final.

Yeovil Town: Three Sent Off But All Three Outstanding

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[A]ny rundown of Reading Football Club's top ten most embarrassing performances would be sure to include some real horror shows – a 6-0 beating by Bristol Rovers at the Madejski Stadium in which all the goals were scored by future Royals Jamie Cureton and Jason Roberts, all in the second half; a 6-1 dynamiting by Crystal Palace, also at home and that ridiculous 7-5 defeat against Arsenal which had seen the Biscuitmen ease into a 4-0 lead early in the game.

Next up for #QPR: #Yeovil: Ref Will be Gavin Ward

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Next Up: Yeovil - The Referee Will Be Gavin Ward. Ward's "Stats"

Lo Swindon di Paolo Di Canio vola al terzo posto

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Lo Swindon di Paolo Di Canio vola al terzo posto Di Renato Cignoni Swindon Town 4 (Williams '24, '28 '90 Collins, Ward '43) Yeovil 1 (Hayter '41) Swindon Town: Wes Foderingham, Alan McCormack (Capt), Joe Devera, Darren Ward, Jay McEveley, Matt Ritchie, Simon Ferry, John Bostock, Gary Roberts, Andy Williams, James Collins Yeovil Town: Marek Stech, Luke Ayling, Jame McAllister (Capt

Scunthorpe Preview

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Stevenage are on the road again this weekend as they make a trip up to Glanford Park to face Alan Knill's Scunthorpe United. Boro are still managerless after Graham Westley's departure last Friday, but they will be confident going into the game after a run of 10 away games in all competitions without defeat.

The Monday Profile: Kieran Agard

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This week's Monday Profile comes from our Yeovil previewer Ben Barrett, whose writings can usually be found at http://barrettsportswriting.webs.com/. Browsing through the BBC Sport pages, you quickly learn that there really have been a lot of comings and goings this summer. Some, like Aguero and Nasri, attract worldwide media attention.