One could argue that as an attacking midfielder, one should be versatile enough to play in a number of positions whether it is out wide or centrally.
It would be fair to say that keagan Dolly is a mixture of the two. He can create from the wing as he drifts in and can also pick passes from a central position.
When under the guidance of Mushin Ertugral, Keagan Dolly played as an out-and-out winger. At the time he struggled to put in decent crosses even though he troubled defences with scorching pace.
Now with Roger De Sa at the helm, he is employed in a number 10 role and, without any wide men to help him, he managed to amass seven assists and three goals.
Where is Dolly best suited - out wide utilising his pace, or using his vision as a playmaker?