Yeovil


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Yeovil

(yō`vĭl), town (1991 pop. 36,114), Somerset, SW England, on the Yeo River. It is a market town and a leather-making center. Glove making has been a local specialty since the 16th cent.; helicopters and processed foods are also produced. The Perpendicular Church of St. John (late 14th cent.) is sometimes called the "Lantern of the West." A number of picturesque old houses are in Yeovil.
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In years to come it will be remembered in Somerset as the day Sir Alex Ferguson dropped into Huish Park by helicopter, the most expensive player in English football cleared a header off his own line and Louis van Gaal sang Yeovil Town's praises.
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If Yeovil score then Glad All Over by the Dave Clark Five blasts out around the ground.
BLACKPOOL 1 Grandin 78 YEOVIL 2 Hayter 16 (pen), Lawrence 74 TOM LAWRENCE'S maiden Yeovil goal saw the Glovers taste victory for the first time in seven games to give their survival hopes a major boost.
It looked grim for Trotters boss Dougie Freedman when Ishmael Miller and Kevin Dawson put Yeovil 2-0 up at Huish Park.
EVERTON defender Shane Duffy is set to spend the remainder of the 2013/14 campaign at Yeovil Town.
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But Cardiff City can take comfort from Yeovil Town's remarkable League One play-off victory over Nottingham Forest in May 2007 - and it was all down to a player born in the Welsh capital