Kenyan international Victor Wanyama has served his five match ban for picking his third red card of the season but he will be returning to action for his team, Southampton when they welcome Liverpool at St. Mary’s.
Ahead of his return, Wanyama will have the reputation of the aggressive tackler who has this season missed eight matches on suspension but his manager, Ronald Koeman doesn’t want him to change.
Koeman only want the burly Kenyan to take lessons from the suspensions and has called on him to be himself in a show of support that will for sure boost the player’s confidence against the Reds.
“First of all I like aggressive players and physical players,”
“I don’t like to change Victor, because if I change the player then he is not what he needs to be. In some details, in physical contact and battles, you need to be clever and stay on your feet, but I don’t want to change the player.
“Everybody knows players have to learn from mistakes. That’s not a problem. He had time enough to think about his situation. We spoke about it and, okay, no problem,” he told Sky Sports.