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Gillett weighing up options
Gillett weighing up options Yeovil Town

Gillett weighing up options

Yeovil boss Gary Johnson has revealed that Simon Gillett could still have a future at the club.

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Cardiff comeback downs Yeovil Yeovil Town

Cardiff comeback downs Yeovil

Cardiff beat Yeovil 4-1 but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was left fretting over David Marshall's suspected dislocated finger.

Leitch-Smith at the double Yeovil Town

Leitch-Smith at the double

A double from AJ Leitch-Smith gave Yeovil a 2-0 win over Conference side Bristol Rovers in a pre-season fixture at Huish Park.

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Wall of Colour Yeovil Town

Wall of Colour

Sky Sports is calling on all Football League fans to show their true colours on the opening weekend.

Chesterfield end Morgan interest Yeovil Town

Chesterfield end Morgan interest

Yeovil striker Adam Morgan's foot injury looks to have signalled the end of his time with Chesterfield.

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Gillett could land Yeovil deal Yeovil Town

Gillett could land Yeovil deal

Gary Johnson will continue to run the rule over trialist Simon Gillett after he featured in Yeovil's 1-1 draw with Reading.

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Trialist earns Yeovil draw Yeovil Town

Trialist earns Yeovil draw

Pavel Pogrebnyak was on target as Reading drew 1-1 with Yeovil in their pre-season friendly at Huish Park.

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Morgan to make Yeovil departure Yeovil Town

Morgan to make Yeovil departure

Yeovil striker Adam Morgan is set to leave Huish Park, just months after arriving from Liverpool.

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