Johnson gets tough on Glovers

Gary Johnson has summoned his Yeovil players for training on Sunday morning after their 4-1 defeat at Swindon.

Last Updated: 17/11/12 at 19:45

Johnson: Disappointed with defeat

Johnson: Disappointed with defeat

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The hosts were always in control after former Glovers striker Andy Williams had given them a 24th-minute lead, with James Hayter's header proving mere consolation.

Johnson said: "We were outplayed, outfought and they were cleverer than us. The score was a fair reflection. Swindon were better than us individually and a few of my players did not turn up.

"A few home truths were said after the game and we will be training on Sunday morning to sort out a few things that need sorting out.

"We do not have the quality they had in front of goal. They are also more experienced than us and our youngsters have a lot to learn.

"Some of our players go missing when we go to the bigger places but we cannot change anything until January. We will get there in the end."

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