YEOVIL FIND RIGHT WAY
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.”