Magic Title Moment On Thursday Is Fine For Glover Rhys

Rhys Murphy knows Yeovil Town may have missed the chance to win the league in the perfect way.

But he just wants the Glovers to get the job done - and not take things to the final knockings of the season.

Mark Cooper’s men failed to get their hands on the National League South title on Saturday when over 6,000 turned up to see Worthing spoil the party.

They can do it on Thursday night when they travel to take on Truro City at Gloucester City and the striker says they just want to get the champagne flowing after two frustrating Saturdays.

“We’re still in a fantastic position to go and win the league, and hopefully that’s what we do on Thursday,” he said in a press conference ahead of the trip to the White Tigers tomorrow.

“Unfortunately the moment for the fans, to do it was Huish Park, was taken from them but we have just got to go again and hope this time we can get over the line.

“We’ve proved it all season that we are a strong side, we are one that can come back from adversity.

“In football and at this time of the season you lose a game you just have to move on and go again. We’re not going to hide now. We’re looking positively at it and we’re going to treat this one like we do any other match.”

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