I think the overall decisions that Carlo is making regarding team selection is not only keeping us guessing but fucking with the heads of the opposition managers as they have no idea who to set up against as the team changes or rotations are so unpredictable
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I have two theories as to why Carlo dropped Holgate for Keane yesterday.
1. He doesnít want Holgate getting ahead of himself, he has been brilliant since Carlo arrived and may well soon expect to be first name on the sheet for CB, think Carlo is a great man manager and wants to keep Holgate at his peak thinking he has to keep fighting for that position.
2. He knew Southgate was attending and wanted to give Keane an opportunity to raise his game and impress sufficiently to get back into consideration for the Euros.
Both theories are most likely to be bollocks mind you.