And yet, significant problems remain. Keita is a quick winger with wonderful close control whose movements are unpredictable for defenders. He is not a good finisher, though, and his tactical intelligence leaves a lot to be desired. Keita's defensive contribution somewhat improved under Inzaghi but is still insufficient in the extreme, while his discipline has always been questionable. He is often late for trainings, and the club considered fining him again last month after he didn't return on time from his birthday celebrations in Barcelona.
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