Date: 31st March 2015 at 9:20am
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Gary Johnson had been linked with several jobs since his sacking in February but until Monday, when he was appointed manager of Cheltenham, the former Yeovil manager hadn’t landed one.

Johnson insisted that he would have kept us in League 1 if he had been given the chance, which is almost certainly something that caretaker Terry Skiverton isn’t going to manage now, but our former manager’s first priority now is to keep Cheltenham in the Football League.

Cheltenham are bottom of the League 2 table, but in a congested table are only two-points from safety, with him charged with keeping them in the league having been confirmed on the short-term until the end of the season.

The first of his seven-matches in charge will be against relegation rivals York on Saturday.

Good luck Gary, if you achieve what you’ve been tasked with doing then we could well come face to face in League 2 next season, if he’s given the job permanently?

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