The Board of Directors at Yeovil Town have issued a statement to supporters on the eve of the National League South season, wishing everyone associated with the club the best for the coming season.

Signed of by Martin Hellier, Stuart Robins, Mark Robinson and Rhys Rosser, the statement reads:

We are all extremely excited about the start of the season at Hemel Hempstead tomorrow and will all be in attendance at Vauxhall Road.


The process of rebuilding the Club over the last three months cannot be underestimated. There has been a daily routine of encountering new issues while also trying to provide Mark with the resources he needs to return the Club to where it should be.


Each of us have worked tirelessly to put the Club in the best position it can be, whether it involved dealing with unexpected creditors or restoring Huish Park to its former glory. It would be difficult to find ownership in the English ladder where a Chairman would be found with a brush in hand seven days a week.


Football is an extremely emotional game, especially when it comes to a Club with the history that Yeovil Town has. It results in needless rivalries where everyone simply has the best interests of their Club at heart. It is time to rise above these.


We wish everyone – the fans, the team, and the management – all the best for the coming season. This is a new beginning for Yeovil Town, as was said when the new ownership first took over, “rejoice, the winter of discontent is over.”


With all the best for 2023/24,


Martin, Stuart, Mark & Rhys
The Board

Well, that was a nicer one than the announcement of Tom Knowles leaving last season eh?

Bring on the football!

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