Keegan Ritchie cannot play left back to save his life, says coach Gavin Hunt of the Bidvest Wits player who has played left back for most of his career. Hunt has switched Ritchie from left back to central midfield ‚ where the former Moroka Swallows‚ Kaizer Chiefs‚ Bloemfontein Celtic and SuperSport United player has impressed while partnering Thabang Monare. Hunt said Ritchie should have been Wits’s man of the match in their 1-0 win against Highlands Park at Bidvest Stadium on Friday night that kept the Clever Boys top of the Premiership. “He can’t play left back to save his life. So when I get told that I don’t know what I’m doing — ‘what are you doing‚ are all the other coaches wrong?’ — I say‚ ‘Well‚ maybe they are. Maybe I’m right’‚” Hunt said. “He’s been magnificent in midfield. He can’t play left back to save his life. And that’s maybe why he’s had more clubs than Gary Player. But he’s a midfield player. He’s got delivery. He was our best player against Highlands — he should h...

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