SHEEHAN FITTING IN WITH THE GLOVERS!
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.”