Yeovil Town have sacked Darren Way, as announced by their official club website yesterday. Here are five potential candidates to replace him-

Neale Marmon- He has been placed in caretaker charge at Huish Park. If he can impress during the games he is in charge for, he could potentially bag himself the full-time job.

Jerry Gill- The 48-year-old, who played for Yeovil in his playing days, is a contender for the job. He is currently impressing in charge of National League South side Bath City. Gill has also previously managed Weymouth in the past and has also held coaching roles with the likes of Bristol Rovers and Wolves.

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Darrell Clarke- Could he get back into the dugout with the Glovers? He left his post as manager of Bristol Rovers in December after four years in charge there. Clarke guided the Pirates to back-to-back promotions from the National League to League One.

Ex-Bristol Rovers boss Darrell Clarke.

Paul Hurst- He has been linked with every job that has become available in the Football League this season. Hurst, formerly of Grimsby Town and Shrewsbury Town, has been looking for a new job since he was sacked by Ipswich Town in October. He is also a contender for the now vacant Scunthorpe United job now as well.

Russell Slade- If Yeovil want to opt for experience in their new manager then they could turn to a familiar face. Slade managed the Glovers from 2006 to 2009 and got them to the League One Play-Off final during his time there.

Russell Slade.


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