‘I’ve stripped it all back’: Yeovil let fans watch training in survival fight | Ben Fisher

17 April 2019 08:59
Neale Marmon is encouraging interaction with supporters as his team battle to avoid dropping out of the Football LeagueIt is 10am and Yeovil Town training is about to start. The gates to the Alvington Sports Development Centre are open and standing on the brow of the hill casting their eye over the squad being put through their paces is not the caretaker manager, Neale Marmon, nor any of his staff, but a handful of locals: avid season-ticket holders and inquisitive passers-by.Put the pliers down; Marcelo Bielsa or his backroom team need not go incognito here, for everybody is welcome to watch Yeovil’s preparations to try to beat the League Two drop. Marmon opted to make every session available to supporters after being appointed in March, following Darren Way’s sacking. Related: Barnsley complain to EFL and FA over alleged Joey Barton tunnel incident Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian