The Football League Paper - - CHAMPIONSHIP -

ONE of the Yeovil Town he­roes who helped take the club into the Foot­ball League has been charged with pre­vent­ing them from ex­it­ing it.

Dar­ren Way is the Glovers’ new per­ma­nent man­ager fol­low­ing a much im­proved De­cem­ber which has seen the League Two base­ment boys col­lect draws against pro­mo­tion-chas­ing Ox­ford United and Ley­ton Ori­ent.

Way was part of the iconic Yeovil side who rose through the di­vi­sions, start­ing with their 2003 Con­fer­ence tri­umph but if the club are to avoid a re­turn to their Non­League roots the 36-year-old knows there is a lot of work ahead.

Way, who re­places Paul Stur­rock at Huish Park, said: “The play­ers have given ev­ery­thing to me since I be­came care­taker and we will need that to con­tinue. I am ready to take this club into bat­tle and se­cure our Foot­ball League sta­tus.”

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