Dan Moss, Josh Staunton and Joe Quigley defend vs Weymouth
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Yeovil Town manager Darren Sarll, is looking forward to renewing the derby rivalry with W*ymouth.

Speaking ahead of the weekend’s game against Woking to the Gloverscast he said he was excited to give the fans a performance to be proud of.

They are brilliant games, I get quite nervous for them but that is because I know the importance of them.”

“That penalty shoot-out (in the FA Cup) was horrendous, I questioned my faith!

David (Oldfield, W*ymouth manager) has gone in there and he’s a very good coach, they will have a different energy and strategy in them, it will be a different contest.”

“They have closed the gap with us from previous years.
Last season we were heavily dominant, but we will have to make sure we are well recovered from Woking.”

Sarll was hopeful of a positive result not just for the fans, but also to avoid having to work the players on Wednesday – which just so happens to be his 39th birthday.

Great games and supporters just make sure everyone gets there safe and goes home safely.”

“Birthdays don’t exist in football seasons. I will be grateful to get there in the current climate, it’s my 21st season in professional football – I probably look 49!
I’ll soon be up for the big 4-0! The players bring cakes in, I don’t know if I will though.”

“If we don’t win on Tuesday, we’ll be in (on Wednesday) and I’ll get a barrage of abuse from my wife and then that comes back on to them.”

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