Yeovil Town manager Darren Sarll.
Picture courtesy of Mike Kunz.

Yeovil Town manager Darren Sarll praised his side for a “robust and charismatic” performance following the Glovers 2-1 win over Aldershot.

During the gaffer’s post match comments to BBC Somerset’s Sheridan Robins, Sarll named-checked just about the entire team with Millwall loanee Dan Moss, Charlie Wakefield, Sonny Blu Lo-Everton, Luke Wilkinson and Dale Gorman all singled out.

But, it was Joe Quigley’s brace which stood out for many including Sarll who said that the team were ‘hanging their hat’ on Quigley up front and that he was stepping up to the plate.

Sarll said: “His next step is to be ‘that guy’, we’ve seen plenty of them at this football club. His work rate was excellent, we are seeing a better relationship with him and the other players and his qualities.”

There was plenty of talk about how well the side banded together after defeat on Saturday, but there was plenty of praise for the fans who enjoyed another special moment after the final whistle.

“Great to have that rapport back with them (the fans). It probably started here… we enjoy winning here, we worked very hard to try and win and today was a very robust and charismatic performance.”

“I was it a really great moment, really great with Lee and the flag (the players spent time with supporters displaying a supporter’s banner in memory of Lee Collins) all these things make it that little more extra special, I thought the character of the players today and the physical performance of the players was quite incredible”.

Yeovil Town next face Halifax Town on Saturday with a 17:15 kick off on the dreaded BT sport.

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