Darren Way wants Yeovil to avoid complacency after vital win over York | Jeremy Alexander

03 January 2016 10:00
Matt Dolan scored from the penalty spot in Yeovil’s 1-0 win to earn a first league victory in 17 games and take them off the bottom of League TwoYeovil know their place. It was clear before a League Two ball was kicked in August and earnest. Only York were below them and on Saturday, as the teams met at Huish Park, Yeovil restored alphabetical order with a 1-0 win that lifted them off the bottom and, with Dagenham & Redbridge’s victory at Exeter, dumped York there instead. Now they can begin again in the second half.It was Yeovil’s first league win in 17 games since September and their first at home since August. Two seasons ago they were in the Championship but last place there, when they won eight games and were seven points from safety, and again in League One, when they were nine points from 23rd place, amounted to free fall. They won seven matches in 2015. Defeat on Saturday would have left them five points adrift and staring at the fifth division they left in 2003. York have been there more recently, from 2004 to 2012. Desperate significance as much as sodden pitch defined the play. Related: Yeovil Town appoint former midfielder Darren Way as permanent manager Continue reading. . read full article

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