Yeovil Town FC Taken Apart On The South Coast By Havant & Waterlooville

Yeovil Town Football Club Destroyed By Partime Club On The South Coast Havant & Waterlooville.

Yeovil Town FC, attempting to climb back into the football league, suffered a massive blow this afternoon at lowly part-time club Havant & Waterlooville.

Starting today at the bottom of the National League South, to where Yeovil Town were relegated last season, Havant & Waterlooville took Yeovil Town apart on the pitch, winning 4-3 whilst also hitting the woodwork three times and should have, in reality, have, scored nine goals.

Yeovil Town’s defence was all at sea, with the midfield non-existent too, a midfield that saw Charlie Cooper have a shocker and eventually be sent off for a second yellow card offence.

The manager’s son had a nightmare of an afternoon being second-best in battles with the H&W midfield before finally letting the frustrations of the afternoon get to him.

H&W took a 2-0 lead but allowed Yeovil Town to pull back to 2-2 just before halftime, although they allowed H&W to go in winning 3-2.

In the second half, H&W saw Yeovil Town pull it back to 3-3, but the score line flattered the Glovers as H&W continued to smash the ball against the woodwork of the Yeovil goal.

Fitness looks like an issue at full-time Yeovil Town, which looked second-rate compared to the South Coast part-time side, with both teams having played two games in forty-eight hours.

Cooper and his Chairman, Martin Hellier, strangely look confident with the current squad, especially after declining the services of Bristol Rovers tough tackling midfielder Jerry Lawrence & former French U21 striker 24-year-old Derick Osei, who’s currently talking to Leauge one and two clubs before the end of the transfer window.

Despite the decline in the services of the players above, Yeovil Town don’t look like a promotion-winning side, despite being only one of a couple of full-time teams in the National League South.

Yes, the squad’s ability looks like a group that should achieve it by playing part-time sides, but on today’s performance, something needs to change with many supporters not feeling Mark Cooper is the manager to get Yeovil Town promoted.