Torquay United manager Gary Johnson has been awarded the Vanarama National League Manager of the Month Award for April. United enjoyed a superb run of form during the season’s penultimate month, winning six and drawing one of their seven fixtures, to see The Gulls storm back to the top of the National League table. “I
With United’s quest for promotion gathering momentum as 2020/21 edges towards its climax, we are delighted to confirm that a limited number of supporters will be able to attend our final home match of the season. With Gary Johnson’s side currently sitting proudly at the top of the National League with just three matches to
The National League have issued the following statement regarding the return of spectators into football stadiums. The National League can confirm plans are ongoing for the anticipated return of spectators at Vanarama National League matches from Monday 17th May. Subject to the Government easing lockdown restrictions in England, clubs will be issuing details on their
United 0 Bromley 0 United had to settle for a point on Saturday, as Bromley held out for a goalless draw at Plainmoor. Despite bossing possession for almost the entirety of the 90 minutes, Torquay were unable to find the crucial goal, as the match ended with neither defence breached. Boss Gary Johnson made
BT Sport have announced that they will be providing live coverage of United’s forthcoming away clash against Stockport County. The fixture, which was originally due to take place on Saturday, May 15th, will now take place the following day instead – Sunday, May 16th, with a 12.15pm kick-off.
The BT Sport cameras will once again be descending on Plainmoor tomorrow, as Gary Johnson’s table-topping side attempt to secure another vital three points in their quest for the National League title. The fledgling season had only just got underway when United secured a 2-1 win at Hayes Lane back in October, as goals from