Claudio Bravo - 2016/2017 performances (continued)

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  1. Bill

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  2. Rolee

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    Did we play a weakened team at Wembley last season?

    The policy of rotating keepers for cups is as much about squad harmony as it is keeping your second choice sharp should the need arise for them to play.
     
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    If pep decides to play Bravo in the Semis, you automatically see that as him throwing the game - right? I don't see it that way and I suspect most other blues wouldn't either. You claim Pep will only play him out of embarrassment, really?
     
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    It would be mad to put him in at wembley,he is scared of his own shadow at the moment,willy has been there and won,he should play but pep will be stubborn and stick juliet in
     
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    Didn't play, isnt our number 1 yet some still stick the fucking knife in pmsl.

    Give it up ffs!
     
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    Quotes from Barca fans before he joined them in 2014
    http://www.barcaforum.com/showthread.php/12006-Claudio-Bravo

    "Caballero is older than Bravo, and a much better keeper"
    "If this is true, EVERYONE surrounding the club is inept to say the least"
    "If that was the case, than Bravo is a bad choice. he's not good enough to be #1 for Barça. If lucho wants them to fight for the #1, then it should be willy or keylor."

    But later posts showed he changed their mind and a lot of them doubted ter Stegen being as good. Maybe we'll see the best next season
     
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    and if he does do you automatically think we have lost?
     
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    I didn't say that,it's not in his or our best interest at this time to sling him in a wembley
     
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    He will play at Wembley, injury apart so get used to it as he is now the cup keeper and he has done fuck all wrong so far in the cup.
     
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    I wasnt delighted tbh, I havent got a crystal ball so I didnt predict willie would pull off 3 fantastic penalty saves. but I dont think manuel could of predicted that either. It was a gamble by manuel on a goalkeeper that at the time was worse than Joe Hart. It sounds like you want to gamble on Bravo, he`d have fumbled one into the net last time he played but for Zaba being on the line to keep it out.
     
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