Yeovil Town Academy midfielder Nestor Shako has gone out on loan. The 18 year old has become the third player to agree a 'work experience' arrangement with Southern League Division One South side Paulton Rovers, joining midfielder/defender Lewis Dix and striker Neville Nzembela at Winterfield Road.
Like his other two teammates, Nestor is a second year scholar at the club. He was brought in from South-East London side Erith and Belvedere's own youth set-up, and sparked attention from fans earlier this season when he scored a hat-trick against Cheltenham Town in September 2018. He plays either as an attacking midfielder, or on the wing, depending on the formation being deployed.
So far, Lewis Dix has made two appearances for his temporary side. Last Saturday he played in Paulton's 1-0 defeat at Highworth Town, starting and featuring for the opening 57 minutes of the game. There has been less luck for Neville Nzembela - although the former Stevenage player did make the teamsheet in his opening fixture, he has yet to get onto the pitch, with a groin injury meaning that he's been left out of the squad for the last two games.
Paulton Rovers are at home to Cirencester Town at Winterfield Road on Saturday afternoon, with a 3.00p.m kick-off. The best of luck to all three of them.
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