Ben Sheaf leaves for season long Doncaster Rovers loan

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Ben Sheaf has joined Doncaster Rovers on loan for the duration of the 2019-20 season.

The versatile 21 year old will gain valuable experience with the League One side, and sounds excited about playing regular first team football.

“I’ve played at centre-back in the past couple of seasons but I was in midfield prior to that – but I enjoy either and will do my best,” he told the official Doncaster website.

“I like to get on the ball and make things happen, I’m really excited and looking forward to getting going now.

“I’m really happy to take this step up, I feel like I’m past U23s football now and this is a great opportunity to get experience in the men’s game.

“I just want to get in and settled down and know the boys, then impress the new manager.”

Best of luck to him.

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AussieGooner
AussieGooner

A proper defenders name that is. We should put him in the first team now to help keep the dribblers away from our box.

Cygans Parting
Cygans Parting

Should we be letting defenders leave at the moment with our current problems???
Kos burning his bridges
Rob and Hector still working their way back to fitness
Unai lack of trust in Chamber, Bielik, Mustafi (justified) and Mavropanos
This leaves us with only Sokratis as a viable option at centre back to start the season.
I know that Nacho can play there but he’s better in a 3 man defence or playing at left back in a 4.
Per has had a year off, maybe we could convince him to come out of retirement for a season?
Seriously though, good luck to Ben Sheaf for his season in Doncaster. With his excellent passing range, he’ll do well in a team that likes to play football the way Rovers do.

Jack
Jack

Does Louis from One Direction still play for them?

Savage
Savage

Watched him live in the youth cup in Durban, where he won player of the tournament. Reminded me a lot of Ramsey. He’s probably not a stellar talent, but with the right opportunities he can craft a good career for himself.

goonero
goonero

He’s very accomplished techinically but isn’t blessed with much athleticism which really limits the influence he can have. But if he’s got the character to make the absolute most of what he has there’s no reason he can’t make a career in Championship to mid-table PL sides like Hayden or Lansbury have done.