After Yeovil Town’s final game of the 2015/16 season, the time has come for reflection. Here is a look at what some of the Glovers players have had to say about the campaign on Twitter.
Everton loanee Liam Walsh has been highly rated during his spell in Somerset, although hopes that he will return next year seem to have gone with this thank-you tweet from the youngster.
Winger Jack Compton perfectly summed up his first season with Yeovil, referring to ‘ups’ which probably include his hat-trick against AFC Wimbledon, as well as ‘lows’ which probably include his lengthy battles with injury. Fingers crossed he can go into next season fully fit, and that many more ‘ups’ will follow!
Nathan Smith has been almost ever-present in Yeovil’s starting XI this year, and he has shown great versatility by playing as a centre-half instead of his usual full-back position. The 29-year-old also made his 200th appearance in green and white this season, and will no doubt increase that tally next year.
While Liam Walsh’s tweet almost seemed like a farewell, Ryan Dickson’s message pretty much confirms he will be calling Huish Park home next season as well.
Goalkeeper Artur Krysiak claimed his fair share of end-of-season awards and has set the precedent with a claim that Yeovil “have to get promoted next season.” Exciting times in Somerset, and if Krysiak can keep his good form then we may well be in the promotion pack next year as he claims!