‘THAT WAS FOR OUR CAPTAIN'
The Non-League Football Paper|April 18, 2021
IN an emotional return to Huish Park, Yeovil Town secured all three points and a clean sheet in the first match since the death of club captain Lee Collins.
Sheridan Robins
Manager Darren Sarll praised his players’ courage to not only to take to the field but to produce a performance the centre-back would have been proud of, describing his brave Glovers as “incredible” with Tom Knowles’ solitary first-half strike securing a fitting three points.

“Everyone knows how tough it has been,” Sarll said. “They are a brilliant group and they really stuck together.

“They are incredible people. I spoke quite a lot [before the match] but I tried to get my focus on the game. We are at work now and we want to win. Lee and I both came here to win. I thought defensively we were good, and we were strong.

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