‘He’s on his Way.’ – Yeovil fans react to Darren Way sacking

Yeovil Town have sacked manager Darren Way after a terrible run of form that has seen the Glovers defeated in ten of their last twelve matches.

Way, who made over two hundred appearances for the Somerset club as a player, had been in charge since December 2015 and only signed a new three contract in November.

However, since he put pen to paper, Way’s team have fallen to twenty-second in the table, just two points above the League Two relegation places.

The thirty-nine-year-old was a popular choice when he took over at Huish Park, having been part of the Yeovil side that won promotion to the Football League in 2003, and in his first season, he guided them to EFL safety, having taken over with the club’s Football League status under threat.

The Glovers never finished higher than nineteenth during his time at the helm.

Way’s last game saw a 2-0 defeat away to MK Dons with travelling supporters vocally chanting ‘We want Darren out’ and ‘Time to go Darren’.

Yeovil have put the first-team coach Neale Marmon in caretaker charge with seven crucial games remaining this season.

Perhaps not surprisingly Glovers supporters were almost unanimously in favour of the board’s decision with many lamenting the fact Way wasn’t sacked earlier in the season. Here is a selection of their responses to yesterday’s announcement.




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