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Discussion in 'Player Performances' started by 01cravend, 10 Sep 2017.
It had no outcome on the game but it sure as hell affected him and the fans’ view towards him.
I'm sure the so called fans jibes and taunts at matches affected him a lot more than the manure game.
Absolutely, which is why the reception he got when he came on against Liverpool was so pleasing to hear, maybe it's just a coincidence but he's looked sharp and a lot more assured in his 3 appearances so far.
That and a good summer with Chile and MOTM in the final.
Still not working :(
His performance against Wolves may be more valuable than imagined. He will probably now be back to being fully confident, equally as important when he has to step in, as he will given our first choice keeper is rather to brave to avoid injuries, the supporters and his team mates will now have complete faith.
Really pleased for him and I suspect that he may well go on to become a big favourite and big part of some good things in the coming months and years.
Regardless of your feelings of him and how poorly he performed last season, we have the best no. 2 in England.
Hasn't seen any game time for a month now. Hope Pep not forgotten about him
Barring injury or a drastic drop in form from Ederson, he’ll continue to be the cup keeper. Though he might play against Shakhtar next week.