Passion play must return - Johnson
Yeovil manager Gary Johnson bemoaned his players' lack of passion as they lost at home for the first time since his return to Huish Park.
The Glovers had won five and drawn one of Johnson's six games in charge on home turf since the 56-year-old was re-appointed boss of the Somerset club in January. But they slipped to a 1-0 defeat to Hartlepool on Saturday, leaving Johnson to rue an apparent change in attitude from his team. "Some of them were the nearly men and that was disappointing because we have not been the nearly men for a little while," he told the Western Morning News. "We have been scoring goals quite freely because of our passion and quality getting in there. For the last couple of games, we have not shown that in the final third which is a bit worrying but we have got to get over the line. "We will have a full week to get them going. They will think they have got a rest but they have not because we need to improve still and individuals need to improve."