Former Yeovil Town forward Kevin Gall has said any of the stars of the club’s past would offer their support.

The Welshman, who scored 26 times in the teams which won the Conference in 2003 and League Two two years later, was talking about his memories of his time at Huish Park on the latest edition of the Gloverscast.

He told us: “The club has at its disposal all of us ex-players. At the drop of a hat I would come and help out in any way, whether that is talking to players or whatever and I am sure all of the other lads would, because of what Yeovil gave us as players.

Kevin Gall in action during his Yeovil Town days.
Picture courtesy of Ciderspace.

“When players come to a football club, fans expect them to live and die to for the football club and that just does not happen any more, whereas when I came to Yeovil, Yeovil made me a Yeovil Town fan.

“I was not born and bred in Yeovil but I became a Yeovil fan very quickly because of what happened.”

Gall, who left to join Carlisle United in 2006 when his contract was not renewed after three-and-a-half seasons in Somerset, is now working for a sports management company run by Lee Matthews, another former Glover.

In his role, he works with a number of League players to get them in to clubs and was involved in the loan deals which saw midfielders Lewis Wing and Alex Pattison arrive  on loan at Yeovil Town from Middlesbrough in 2018.

Gall said: “I would always try and put any young player in to Yeovil because I know what the fan base is like and the area is like.
“If you’re a young player and you want to play football, going to Yeovil is a no brainer for me.”

To listen to Gally talk about his memories of his time at Huish Park – click here.

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