Overload attacking - Issue 8 (March 2011)
Terry Skiverton has been manager of npower League One side Yeovil Town since February 2009.
A determined and faithful servant as a player, Skiverton made over 350 appearances for the Glovers in the heart of the defence, after earlier spells at Wycombe Wanderers and Welling United.
Upon landing the role at Huish Park, the former Chelsea trainee’s impact as a manager was as impressive as it had been as Club captain, securing back-to-back survival campaigns for the Somerset club despite operating with one of the division’s smallest wage bills.
In his playing days, Skiverton performed an influential role in Yeovil’s rise from non-league to the brink of the Championship, leading the club to the Conference and League Two title, as well as scooping the FA Trophy.
He began his coaching career with Yeovil as coach of the Under-15 Academy side before taking charge of the first-team.
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