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Discussion in 'Player Performances' started by RandomJ, 15 Jan 2017.
Both keepers have played their part in the FA Cup run.
This isn't rocket science. One is bang in form one stinks the place out. Now me I'd go with the form player every time. Regardless of what position in the side.
Let's see what the genius does.
But I also don't see them in training.
Going on form instead of sticking with policy saw us lose the cup final in 2013.
Sticking with policy instead of going on form saw us win the league cup in 2014 and 2016.
I appreciate why you're apprehensive about Bravo being selected but if our recent history has thought us anything...
I want every City player to do well, I think most, if not all City fans do. It a question of have we enough faith in Bravo over Willy. I and many other dont believe Bravo would be a good choice because, if nothing else his confidence is shot. I dont want to risk the chance of another barren season without silverware when we are so near just in a hopeful attempt to massage Bravo`s ego.
I was nodding along, taking your point on board and then I got to that last line
When I said massage his ego, I didnt meant to sound quite as aggressive as that. I meant we cannot afford to Attempt to build up Bravo`s confidence in such an important match, risking all in the hope he has a good game.
Which in Salfordian is the means the same thing 8-)
very much this.
we have to give ourselves a fighting chance though and putting Bravo in is like giving a start to Navas over Sterling cos he's our "cup winger"
No it isn't.
Hope he has a blinder Thursday. Get some confidence down him.