Date: 16th April 2015 at 5:24pm
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Paul Sturrock’s appointment as the new Yeovil manager left some thinking Terry Skiverton’s long-term stay at Huish Park could be over? That isn’t the case with it confirmed that talks with him, and first-team coach Darren Way, are underway over new contracts.

Skiverton’s removal as manager for a second time, firstly when Gary Johnson return for his second spell and on this occasion with the chairman John Fry deciding that during his caretaker spell this time – replacing Johnson of course – he hadn’t done enough to be permanently installed again, could have meant his stay at Huish Park dating back to 1999 could come to an end….

The new manager doesn’t want this and has been quoted by the Western Gazette as saying that talks are underway over new deals for them to work alongside him.

With people that ‘have got Yeovil at heart’ that are also ‘committed to the cause’ wanted to take us forward, having seen us go backwards so dramatically, we can safely say that Skiverton and Way fit the bill and you can see why he would want to retain them.

‘The backroom staff decision making will come very quickly for the simple reason that we have to have a management team in place by the last kick of the ball this season so all departments are properly sorted out and ready for the challenge of next year.

‘We’re in negotiations with Terry and Darren at the moment and we hope to get it sorted out very quickly. I want people who have got Yeovil at heart and are committed to the cause and the two of them look very competent and everything I’ve seen I’m pleased with.’

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