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We have yet to see a Keane and Holgate pairing when playing 4 at the back; right? Understand the desire to pair each with the more experienced Jags and Williams, but Holgate's quickness might help compensate for Keane's weaknesses, and it would be great to have the two of them passing out of the back. Hope to see the parring tried at some point this season.
I'm made up that he's actually learned how to defend but he's a liability in possession. Our opponents can let him have the ball all day, wherever he wants it, and nothing will come of it. It's a problem.You can like him if you want, but to me, he never has been, or will be, good enough, no matter how free he was.
That's why the referee didn't do anything.He knows what happened.
Reds on social media are blaming Holgate, saying he overreacted, laughable
It looks bad that tbh.https://twitter.com/Lee__EFC/status/949383002399834114
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