VIC­TORY JUST THE TONIC FOR YEOVIL

The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE ONE -

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

Yeovil

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