GLOVERS NEWS: Yeovil Town gain a point

GLOVERS NEWS: Yeovil Town gain a point

A DISAPPOINTING 0-0 draw at Huish Park on Saturday (September 9, 2017) saw honours even between Yeovil Town boss Darren Way and former Glovers’ manager Gary Johnson.

Visiting Cheltenham Town will have gone home the happier of the two sides despite having more possession and more shots at goal than their hosts in this Sky Bet League Two encounter.

A disappointing first-half was something of a scrappy affair with Yeovil failing to get a single shot on or off the target and with the visitors only managing five.

Yeovil’s first actual effort on goal came on 67 minutes when defender Nathan Smith saw header go wide of the target.

The Glovers’ second attempt on goal and their only one on target all afternoon came four minutes from the end when Jake Gray saw his right-footed shot saved.

The game finished 0-0 and will easily be forgotten.

The result saw Yeovil move up to 17th spot in the League Two table with seven points from six games played, while the point saw Cheltenham move out of the relegation zone.

The game was disappointing given Yeovil’s fairly impressive forward play this season, but it was good to see the Glovers keep a clean sheet at the other end.

GLOVERS NEWS: Yeovil Town gain a point

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