Yeovil Town


OLUFELA OLOMOLA is the latest player to leave Yeovil Town in the January transfer window. The 21-year-old’s second loan spell with the Glovers has come to an end with the striker returning to Scunthorpe United. Signing on a short-term loan deal from Glanford Park on deadline day of the summer transfer window, Olomola went on …

WES McDONALD has left Yeovil Town after his short-term contract at Huish Park expired. The 21-year-old former Birmingham City winger joined the League Two club just days before the 2018-19 season started on contract until January. The club and the player had been in negotiations about a new deal but a hamstring injury is set …

YEOVIL Town have said goodbye to loan duo Enes Mahmutovic and Omari Patrick. Their pair have left Huish Park to return to their parent clubs. Luxembourg international Mahmutovic arrived at Yeovil at the end of August on what should have been a season-long loan, but has been recalled by Middlesbrough at the halfway point. The …

YOANN ARQUIN will stay with Yeovil Town until at least the end of the 2018-19 season. The 30-year-old arrived at Huish Park in the summer and signed a six-month deal after impressing during pre-season. He has now signed an extension on that contract until the end of the campaign. The Martinique international has made 24 …

YEOVIL Town’s young defender Daniel Ojo has signed his first professional contract with the club. The 17-year-old has penned a deal until June 2021 at Huish Park to join fellow Academy product Gabby Rogers in committing their futures to the green and whites. After spending the majority of the campaign so far working under first-team manager Darren Way, Ojo made …

YEOVIL  Town will this Saturday sign the Armed Forces Covenant as well as offering Tickets For Troops for the Sky Bet League Two clash with Forest Green Rovers at Huish Park (3pm).  By signing the Covenant, the club will make a commitment to support the country’s servicemen and women wherever and however it can and to …

YEOVIL Town manager Darren Way has signed a contract extension that will keep him at Huish Park until at least June 2021. Way, who began his tenure in December 2015, retained the club’s EFL status in 2015/16 by engineering a miraculous turnaround before being rewarded with a three-year deal. Since then, the 38-year-old has been …

YEOVIL Town conceded eight goals on the opening day of last season; they scored first against a Luton Town side managed by ex-Glover Nathan Jones but their inexperienced team collapsed and left them with the job of living down an 8-2 scoreline. There were lessons to be learned and manager Darren Way is a quick …