The FA have confirmed a charge for former Yeovil manager Gary Johnson after the Torquay boss saw red after the Gulls’ Boxing Day clash with the Glovers.

According to the monthly charges, Johnson has been charged with;

Breach of FA Rule E3.1:

1. It is alleged that upon completion of the fixture, Mr. Johnson’s language and/or behaviour was improper and/or insulting and/or abusive towards a Match Official.

2. It is alleged that following his dismissal his behaviour was improper.

The Club have until 6:00pm on Wednesday 4 January 2023 to provide a response.

Johnson was present in the dugout for the return fixture on New Year’s Day, but could face a slap on the wrist and a view from the stands of a future Torquay game as a result.


In other semi- relevant YTFC discipline news, the FA have confirmed that the red card issued to Barnet’s Nicke Kabamba on Boxing Day has been downgraded from a three match ban to just one, which means he will now be available for the Bees when Yeovil head to the Hive on January 17th.


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Tim
1 year ago

We can get a result at Barnet. They did a job on us at HP because of a weak referee not dealing with Dale Gorman and our players allowed him to wind them up. Mark Cooper will be well aware of him and will no doubt be giving them relevant instructions. Mark is a fine manager, his last 7 league games W3 D4….we’re not going down with those stats even if we’re a little bit horrible at times. I don’t care if we have to sell the furniture, we must do everything to keep Jordan Maguire-Drew….his finish Sunday was above this division. He’s coming into form and full match fitness and is a wonderful player.