Each player offers something different: Salihi is a poacher, Santos is a bruiser and Tan is a pest.
For now, though, it appears to be Pajoy’s job to lose.
“It’s coming along, for sure,” midfielder Perry Kitchen said of the partnership. “It’s always tough with two new guys, but they’re both very quality players and they know how to play the game. So I think they’re figuring it out, and it’s only going to get sharper.”
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