Claudio Bravo 2017/18 perfomances

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  1. 01cravend

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    Didn't have a save to make but kept play ticking over with some crisp passing.

    Assume he'll play mid-week? And next week?
     
  2. Blue Smarties

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    Think Ederson will be back for next week.
     
  3. 01cravend

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    Sorry I meant the league cup
     
  4. CityInWashingtonState

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    Played with confidence today - no errors. As some have said - he didn't need to make a save.

    Nonetheless he had an outing in a very important match that went well - this can't help but build much needed confidence.

    Glad that our fans cheered Bravo when he came on.
     
  5. Prestwich_Blue

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    What I like about Bravo is that he's so confident with the ball at his feet and keeps it ticking over even when being pressed. Ederson isn't as good as yet, although his use of the long ball is exceptional.
     
  6. Zin 'messiah' Zimmer

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    Edersons short game is already superior to bravos and I rate that as bravos strong point. Watch Ederson, he invariably is quicker and takes far less touches!
     
  7. Kompany is King

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    Pleased for Bravo that he got game time & a clean sheet.

    City fans should get behind him when he plays.
     
  8. kinkladze10

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    So good with the ball at his feet.
     
  9. domalino

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    Peps always be most praisful of Bravos pass selection more than execution - always talking about how he directs our play from the back, sees the overlaps happening in advance and helps create them.

    Ederson will still learn a lot from Bravo, despite being a disaster for us last season there's a lot of knowledge and experience he's got playing that role that I'm sure Ederson will do well to pick up on in training.

    I agree Ederson seems technically better already though.

    Must say I thought the old guy looked a lot more calm yesterday, haven't given up hope he'll be a more than decent #2...sounds like we'll see on Wednesday.
     
  10. Rolee

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    Great to see the fans get behind him yesterday.

    Not a lot to do but was out sharpish to deal with one ball in behind.
     

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