Yeovil now know the make up of League Two for the coming 2015-16 season.
Manager Paul Sturrock has said that fans will have to be patient with the side when it first comes together in our League Two campaign next year.
Reports in the Western Daily Press say Yeovil have an interest in Bradford's former QPR striker Mo Shariff with Paul Sturrock ready to make a move to sign him this summer.
Yeovil Town manager Paul Sturrock has confirmed that he was pleasantly surprised with the quality of our recent trial day, and talks have already begun with...
Edwards was one of a small band of players we had wanted to retain but with no agreement reached, and with him deciding ultimately he didn't want to play in League 2, he moved on.
No fewer than 11 players have been released at the end of their contracts with Yeovil.
Fans often think they know which new players their club should sign - now Yeovil supporters are being given the chance to do just that.
Yeovil have released 12 players, including captain Joe Edwards, with four others told they are surplus to requirements.