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Sir Robin Stubbs is eighty years old today, and that's just another reason to be celebrating if you're a Torquay United fan right now. He isn't actually a Knight of the Realm (yet) but every member of the Yellow Army knows it's only a matter of time. It has been another grand week to be a Gulls fanDoor Reach Podcasts
 
Torquay United manager Gary Johnson and his backroom team could be excused for putting their feet up over this fixture-free weekend after turning in another two wins since the last Yellow Army podcast. But there's no rest in sight as the Gulls embark on the last nine games of a season in which they have maintained a title challenge throughout.…
 
Much to discuss this week on the Yellow Army Podcast - and nearly all of it good. Two 1-0 victories against Woking and Wrexham have put the smiles back on the faces of United fans after a couple of disappointments. And the return of striker Danny Wright - to grab a classic winning goal after three months out with injury - was the stuff of comic boo…
 
Gaffer Gary Johnson has a piece of news all Torquay United fans have been waiting for on today's Yellow Army Podcast. Striker Danny Wright - out since Boxing Day with a hamstring injury which has required surgery - is back in training. It's the news that will make United fans' weeks even better, coming on top of back-to-back wins over Kings Lynn an…
 
Torquay United need to get their Mojo back - on that we can all agree. On this week's podcast Gaffer Gary Johnson talks about getting some confidence back into the team, and David Thomas drops by to chat about recent results and the turmoil in the National LeagueDoor Reach Podcasts
 
Times have changed in the world of football, and these days social media means one unguarded comment can fly around the world in seconds. On this week's podcast Gary Johnson joins us to talk about the perils of giving the game away to the rest of the football world in an era when every bit of news from every club in the land is on social media for …
 
With one of the regular podcasters on holiday, it's time for a special guest to step in. Who better than comedian, actor, writer and podcaster Charlie Baker, a Gulls fan through and through. Charlie talks us through his first Plainmoor memories, explains why watching United is like putting on a warm coat, and offers some consumer advice on pressure…
 
Has the Plainmoor bubble burst? It's the question that has to be asked after a stuttering start to 2021 from Torquay United. After such a sparkling opening to the season which saw the Gulls soar clear at the top of the league, the points have been hard to come by in recent weeks.Door Reach Podcasts
 
This week's Yellow Army Podcast has a guest with plenty to talk about. Phil King started his career at Exeter, then joined Torquay for a 24-game stint in the 1986/87 season, then starred for Swindon, Sheffield Wednesday, Aston Villa and others.Door Reach Podcasts
 
Five points clear at the top of the National League, and a home tie in the FA Cup to disrupt your Sunday lunchtime - what's not to love about this week for Torquay United fans? This week the Yellow Army podcast chats to the Gaffer about that superb 5-0 win at Hartlepool in front of the TV cameras last Saturday, and looks ahead to another TV date on…
 
Back in 1971, when Torquay United fancied their chances of getting out of the old Third Division, one of their players picked up a guitar and recorded a song about it. Torquay United's War Cry didn't get Dick Edwards a spot on Top of the Pops, but the song has become a hard-to-find collector's item for Gulls fans ever since. Now, thanks to regular …
 
AS GOOD as anything we saw in the National League South season? The podcasters have been purring over that performance against Chesterfield the other night – as good an all-round team performance as we’ve seen for a couple of seasons, and yet another example of staying sharp right to the end of the game, however long it might be.…
 
Torquay United's season has begun at long last, and there have been good and bad things to take away from the first two matches. But as social media pundits go into an early season meltdown, we reckon the good outweighs the bad from the games against Stockport and Eastleigh.Door Reach Podcasts
 
It's a strange podcast this week. We thought we knew what was going on with regard to the start of the season in the light of the coronavirus crisis, but then we realised we didn't know at all. So, having recorded some of this week's podcast, we decided to stop and wait for the National League to come up with answer to the question we are all askin…
 
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