Author Topic: Naby Keita Watch  (Read 916680 times)

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Re: Naby Keita Watch
« Reply #8240 on: March 31, 2020, 02:42:51 PM »
perhaps this extended break is exactly what he needed and will see him get back to full fitness, I genuinely hope he does.

Or goes the other way and the lack of activity causes something to go again when we eventually start playing. Shame heís not had a good run of games to get going as thereís obviously a player in there. Just a shame he seems incapable of stringing together a big run of games to see what he can actually do.

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Re: Naby Keita Watch
« Reply #8241 on: March 31, 2020, 03:45:06 PM »
I think most of us do give him a wide berth. You say 5-10 games. I canít even remember him playing 4 games in a row.

Yep, he's not looked anything like the player at RBL

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Re: Naby Keita Watch
« Reply #8242 on: March 31, 2020, 04:09:59 PM »
Last season, he made appearances in the first 9 games, he started in 5 of those matches. Following that he had an injury that kept him out. Once he came back he was available for 23 consecutive games. He started in 9 of those games, 5 he came off the bench and the rest he was on the bench without an appearance.