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Ones to watch- Yeovil

The main striker Phil Jeavons may or may not be fit to face us this tuesday so we are going to look at some of the players who Yeovil are going to rely on to prise three points from Bescot.

Terry Skiverton
Height 6.00
Weight 12.04
Date of birth 20-06-1975
Place of birth Mile End, London
Position Defender
Squad number 4
Team captain, Terry Skiverton has recently been linked with a move to Swansea, although this has died down for the moment.
Skiverton started his career as a Chelsea trainee, before moving to Wycombe intially on loan then on a free transfer before moving to Welling,where he was once again released on a free. Then he signed for Yeovil on 14-6-1999. Since then he has made over 216 league appearences scoring 27 goals.
This season he has picked up 4 yellow cards in his 34 games scoring 5 goals, in fact he has scored two in his last five games including the goal that gained a point against the MK Dons.

Kevin Amankwaah
Height 6.01
Weight 12.00
Date of birth 19-05-1982
Place of birth London
Position Defender

Kevin who returned from injury on saturday has played as full back or wing back when Yeovil have played with three centre halfs,he has also occupied a wide midfield roll. The tall maurauding player started his career with Bristol City making 35 appearances during which time he spent spells at Chelteham and Torquay and Yeovil, who were impressed enough to sign him on the 24-3-2005.
This season he has made 41 appearences but scoring only one goal, in August. He has however provided a number of assissts and has not picked up any cautions in the process.

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Date:Sunday March 19 2006

Time: 2:49PM

 

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