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Fontaine Back At Yeovil Town.

Liam Fontaine has signed a loan deal with Yeovil Town.

Gary Johnson has got the player on his staff for a third time, the deal will last until January 1st.

Fontaine has been with the Glovers before, that was in 2004 when he had a loan spell there while at Fulham.

Johnson also had Fontaine under his wing when he was the manager at Ashton Gate and he is over the moon that the two are teaming up again.

Johnson told reporters: 'I am very pleased to have the opportunity to bring Liam back to Yeovil. I know him very well and have spent many seasons working with him in the past.

'He has great experience in the Championship and we know exactly what we are getting from him.

'He has worked and played with both Terry Skiverton and Darren Way. Liam is someone who we won't have to spend time with to get into the Yeovil Town mentality.'





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Writer: Andy999 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 2 2013

Time: 9:43PM

Your Comments

Johnson loves fontaine doesnt he, are they lovers do you think?
lord muck
In fairness he is a good experienced player and going to Johnson will help him get back the form he has been losing for a while. Good move, trust me.
robin1977
True that he's not the player he was but we could have done without losing anyone in my opinion. Is he on big wages? Cant be.
ford 6000
A move that I cant understand really
saghead hater
I heard that johnson and fontaine are massive cheese fans....
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