Yeovil trialists miss the cut

Yeovil Town boss Gary Johnson has dropped his interest in trialists Simon Ferry and Marcos Painter.

Last Updated: 10/07/13 at 11:36 Post Comment

Simon Ferry: Did not impress Yeovil boss Gary Johnson

Simon Ferry: Did not impress Yeovil boss Gary Johnson

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Former Celtic and Swindon midfielder Ferry has been at Huish Park for the last week and featured in the Glovers' first pre-season friendly as they beat Poole 3-1 on Saturday.

Former Brighton defender Painter also lined up against Poole at the weekend, but Yeovil boss Gary Johnson has decided he will not be taking his interest in the pair any further.

However, Johnson continues to run the rule over former Plymouth Argyle defender Onismor Bhasera as well as fellow trialists Nana Omuri-Twumasi and Junior Konadu-Yiadom.

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