The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE ONE -

YEOVIL Town loa­nee Josh Shee­han says old faces and a familiar style of foot­ball has helped the young­ster set­tle in Som­er­set since his switch from Swansea.

Shee­han joins fel­low Swans Stephen Kinglsey and Liam Shep­hard, also on loan at Huish Park.

And the 19-year-old ad­mits the pair have made Yeovil a home away from home.

“It’s been easy to set­tle in with the likes of Shep and Steve com­ing in at the same time,” said Shee­han. “And the other play­ers have been so kind and wel­com­ing as well.”

Yeovil’s fond­ness for keep­ing pos­ses­sion, in­stilled by boss Terry Skiver­ton, has also proved familiar for Shee­han.

Swansea have been syn­ony­mous for such a style of play for a num­ber of years, some­thing that manager Garry Monk has con­tin­ued with to great ef­fect.

And Shee­han says he is shocked to find Yeovil rooted at the bot­tom of League One, with them so easy on the eye.

“Yeovil have started play­ing foot­ball that has suited me down to the ground,” he added. “I was re­ally sur­prised be­cause as soon as I’ve come in the train­ing is sim­i­lar to what Swansea are do­ing.

“The manager and the coaches have re­ally im­ple­mented that play­ing style into the play­ers. It’s been re­ally easy to fit in with how they play and Yeovil should re­ally be out of this league po­si­tion.”

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