Yeovil Town Manager Darren Sarll spoke to the media on Thursday ahead of the fixture against King’s Lynn on Saturday but couldn’t help but look further ahead to the following Tuesday’s game with Maidenhead where supporters will be allowed back into Huish Park.

“It is probably the first time I have felt any joy around football in the last eight weeks if not longer, I can’t wait to see and hear them. I can’t wait for them to back our lads, I can’t wait to be proud of our lads, I can’t wait to win a game and do that song at the end of the game.”

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

Sarll admitted his singing might be a tad rusty though, joking: “I can’t remember the words but I just clap when they clap and sing the bits I can remember.”

Tickets have been selling well, with social media buzzing with Glovers fans who have secured their spot at Huish Park next Tuesday, even our very own Ian Perkins is booked in for a spot in the stand for the midweek fixture!

Sarll continued to reminisce  about the scenes we saw regularly at the end of home matches last season;

“When I look back to at last season, I have bits I absolutely love, it was the best year of my life by a country mile.”

“All of those moments were with the fans at the end of games at Aldershot, Solihull and home games. It energises you, it gives you confidence. What a nice thing to have, what a nice moment to share and energise before we go again next season with a vibrant game of players. When we are attacking that Thatcher’s End, that stand is lifting the whole football club. We have missed it so much.”

Tickets for the game are still available but are subject to strict social distancing protocols, click HERE to secure your seat on Tuesday night.


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