Yeovil Town: Stability will help us stay in mix says Gary Johnson
Stability at Huish Park will be key to Yeovil Town maintaining their push for promotion, according to manager Gary Johnson.
In a week when Paolo Di Canio left Swindon Town on the eve of them climbing top of npower League One, the Glovers visit a Doncaster Rovers team targeting their first win in five games.
Rovers themselves only appointed current boss Brian Flynn until the end of the season last month after Dean Saunders departed for Wolves.
Johnson has targeted maintaining the current equilibrium in South Somerset to ensure a run of eight straight wins that has propelled Yeovil to within a point of the top is not wasted.
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“As long as we stay on an even keel then we won’t upset the apple cart,” he said. “Managers leaving, runs of bad form and you could say Tranmere are on that bad run of form. Doncaster haven’t been pulling up trees recently.
“It’s one of those where you keep the lads level headed and keep working. Every game becomes the next very, very important game. Our next game at Doncaster is very, very important.”
Even though Rovers are struggling for form, Johnson said his team would not travel to the Keepmoat Stadium in over-confident mood.
He said: “They are up there because they are one of the better teams in the league. You can talk about your own team but you have got to respect the opposition and thoroughly know what they strengths and weaknesses are.
“We are very thorough here and we try to pass that on to the lads. We have got lads that are taking on the information and we have got to hope that is the right information, and we will know that at the end of the season. But so far, so good. We are right in the mix and we are one of the top six teams at the moment.”