Date: 23rd December 2009 at 3:02pm
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Shaun MacDonald recently returned from a 3-month loan spell at Yeovil, but he’s likely to return to Huish Park on loan once again this week.

The Wales under-21 international has enjoyed a successful second spell at Huish Park for the League One club and he’s likely to quickly return to the Glovers, though that doesn’t mean that his career at Swansea City is coming to an end.

The young midfielder has been gaining some much need first team experience at Yeovil and chairman Huw Jenkins told the Evening Post that the player’s aim is to get back into the first team:

‘I’ve spoken to Shaun and I know that his ultimate aim is to get back into our squad and to get back playing for our club,’

‘He is going to have a chat with Paulo and of course, as always, we have to take the player’s feeling into account.

‘But if he goes back to Yeovil on loan for the rest of the season, that definitely does not mean he will not be coming back to Swansea.

‘I have discussed things with Shaun and it could be that he comes back to us after another loan spell away.’


He also hinted that some players could be moving on in the New Year:

‘There are one or two players who aren’t getting much involvement in the first team and it might be nice for one or two of them to go and get some games elsewhere,’



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