That's the thing though, Robin - he's not a tackle-breaker. It's the other attributes he has which make him an effective player. To expect a Rambo-esque performance from him would be unrealistic from the start.
I know what you mean owd cock.... BUT... I can't honestly remember him breaking a single tackle all season.... I'm sure he must have.... but I just can't remember it. He certainly didn't make it a habit by any stretch of the imagination... though as jt says there were signs of improvement towards the end last yr.... I even put lard ar se Lamont Bryant in front of his in my list of recent rovers props
Lamont Bryan's bustling running style made him stand-out (to an extent), but he was knackered after a couple of drives and extremely lazy in defence. On the flip side, I've always found Keegan to be very hard-working and able to play long minutes - especially for a player of his size.
Horses for courses, though. Some like him, some don't.
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