Date: 24th August 2010 at 12:25pm
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Yeovil were beaten 2-0 by Hartlepool at home on Saturday afternoon.

Terry Skiverton, as he told BBC Somerset, wasn’t at all happy with the performance – which he said was one of the worst during his time as Yeovil manager.

Judging on what he saw he feels they should have handed the points to Hartlepool: ‘We should have just given them the three points. We just didn’t turn up today and that was one of the worst performances under me.

‘That can’t happen again – that level of commitment. They beat us with every second ball and you can’t be bullied and beaten that badly, especially at home.

‘I can take the loss at Bristol Rovers when we show that passion and go forward in the right way but when we don’t do it, it’s glaring how bad we are.’

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