Posters which is calling for Yeovil Town manager Darren Way to leave have appeared around the town as fans continue to make their feelings clear.
It comes after the Glovers fell to a sixth League Two defeat in a row as promotion hopefuls Forest Green Rovers hit them for three on Saturday.
Supporters have been voicing their dissatisfaction as their manager by putting up posters with the with the #WayOut hashtag written on it.
They were placed on lampposts and street signs before and after the game, with many more expected to go up.
Twitter user Shirley Cox wrote: “Noticed these today. Maybe a few more should start going up!
“I know there are about 100 light posts and telegraph poles from here to football club.
“A certain #deluded man would have to pass them every day to and from work #wayout.”
— shirley cox (@YeoshirlCox) 17 February 2019
A banner with the words was also spotted in the stands of The New Lawn…
According to Somerset Live, the club refused to comment on the banners.
You could say there is some positive news for the League Two side however as Yeovil Town will be taken over by American investor Rob Couhig next month, it was confirmed yesterday.
Following both the defeat at Forest Green and the news of the takeover, Yeovil fans took to Twitter give their reaction – check out what they had to say on the next page.
(Featured photo for the article by groundhopping92 on Instagram)
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