October 2020

Well, that didn’t go as planned.

Ben and I chat about the disappointment that was the Sutton United defeat and I speak to the SpireitesWrite podcast about Saturday’s clash with Chesterfield.

It was difficult to digest the 3-3 draw and subsequent penalty shootout victory against Dover, but Ben and I have done our best.

I’m also joined by Taz from Gandermonium about what to expect from Sutton United on Tuesday night.

Glovers blunt Daggers’ attack as ten-man town remain unbeaten on the road.

Ian and Ben discuss the Town’s 0-0 with Dagenham on Saturday.

Another point on the road, a quite impressive point it must be said.

Ben and I chat about our 1-1 draw with Halifax on Tuesday night and answer some of your questions.

I’ve also spoken to Mark off of 9men off Twitter about Dagenham’s start to the season, our new man Scott Quigley and his views on our old rivals.



Ahhhh, Yeovil are still looking for their first win of the season after the defeat to Wrexham on Saturday.

Ian and Ben are back to break down the game and result but first, Ian speaks to Tom Scargill about Tuesday’s opponents, Halifax Town.

Enjoy..and remember..it’s still early days.

Another 2-2 for Yeovil Town, this time at home to Wealdstone.

Ian and Ben break down the game and go through some of the big talking points of the evening.

Tim a Wrexham fan from the Fearless In Devotion fanzine fills us in on the crazy Hollywood ongoings in North Wales, and gives an insight into the work that’s been going on at Saturday’s opponents.


The Town are back, in a glorious green number and with that comes the dissection of Yeovil’s 2-2 draw at National League newbies, Kings Lynn.
Ian and Ben Barrett (you decide his title) are back to talk through the game, the goals, the officiating, the hot-takes on social media and what to expect on Tuesday night against Wealdstone.

How long has it been?

Too long – but I’m back with the latest Gloverscast on threevalleysradio.com.

On this episode, I’ve caught up with my bud Ben Barrett about all things Yeovil Town. We’ve talked transfers (before Harry Palmer’s signing), the shape of the squad, our hopes for the season and the dreaded BT curse.

From Kings Lynn, I was joined by Jamie Heaphey of The Friends of the Linnet’s supporters group to get the low down on our opponents on Saturday.

Hope you enjoy this rusty return as things get up and running again in the National League.

In the meantime, get your face coverings and more from GMM Brandtex, who sponsor Three Valleys Radio’s coverage on Saturday.