VICTORY JUST THE TONIC FOR YEOVIL
AFTER a week of internal friction, this was just what Yeovil needed.
With one win from seven and rumblings of discontent from the manager, it was starting to look like last year’s relegation had induced a nasty hangover. Yet this was a performance that will have given both Johnson and his players belief that promotion to the Championship two seasons ago was no fluke.
Solid at the back, dangerous in the box and attractive in between, the Glovers looked a class act and in Jack Price they have a player – for a month at least – who is a cut above this division.
In fairness to Bradford, they did look knackered. Their midfield diamond was filled with players unable to do the running required and that allowed Yeovil to completely overrun the centre of the park.
It was a poor performance but uncharacteristic of Parky’s sides, who usually roar back in the second half. A week off should see the Bantams back to their best.
STAR MAN JACK PRICE