WEYMOUTH manager Brian Stock believes the loyalty shown by departed star defenders Ash Wells and Stephane Zubar is “very rare”. Wells left Weymouth for Dorchester after a decade at the Bob Lucas Stadium, while Guadaloupe international Zubar exited after four years. Stock admitted the decision on both players’ departures was mutual and based on footballing…
Terras Manager Brian Stock pays tribute to Ashley Wells and Stéphane Zubar. He also looks ahead to tomorrow’s friendly at Slough.
Weymouth Football Club can confirm today that following discussions between Stéphane Zubar and the clubs management, Stéphane will be ending his time with the club. Ever since arriving at the Bob Lucas Stadium, Stéphane has become a hugely popular member of the club and leaves us as a back to back promotion winner. Thank you…
Stéphane Zubar joined us on podcast #9. He expresses his love for the club and the fans, his journey in football and life after football. Ben Ashelford: Stéphane, how have you been keeping busy during the lockdown? Stéphane Zubar: Don’t you worry my friend, my kids know how to keep me busy! It has been…
Terras Podcast #9: Ben Ashelford is joined by Weymouth Analyst Danny Webb, Southern League winner Josh Wakefield, former Terras captain Ben Smith, and fan’s favourite Stéphane Zubar. Alternatively you can download the podcast HERE
Ben Thomson joins us to lighten the mood a bit. He talks about his love for the club, the fans and Stéphane Zubar. theterras.com: A massive amount of Weymouth fans made the trip to Bath a couple of weekends ago and of course we had the big crowd against Slough Town on Saturday. That must…
Stéphane Zubar sent us a video message for all Terras fans.
WEYMOUTH manager Mark Molesley hailed experienced centre-back Stephane Zubar after a commanding performance in the Terras’ 2-1 loss at Barnet on Saturday. Zubar, who has this season struggled to break into the Terras’ starting XI through injury, was thrust into action at short notice after the late withdrawal of right-back Calvin Brooks with an ankle…
WEYMOUTH manager Mark Molesley described the Terras’ 2-0 Dorset Senior Cup quarter-final victory over Poole Town as a “worthwhile exercise”. Affectionately known as ‘El Jurassico’, the latest renewal of the rivalry between these two south coast sides was a little tamer than expected. In a game light on chances, Brett Williams converted a 20th-minute penalty…
WEYMOUTH manager Mark Molesley is chasing history ahead of the Terras’ fourth qualifying round battle with Dover Athletic at the Bob Lucas Stadium tomorrow (3pm). Weymouth last reached the first round in the 2007/08 season when the Terras faced Eastbourne Borough away, winning 4-0 thanks to a Stuart Beavon hat-trick. In the 2006/07 season the…
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