#31 | Ederson - 2021/22 Performances

Psychedelic Casual

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As I’ve said many times, we spend a great deal of time watching Ederson and compare him to ’keepers we don’t spend much time watching and say that Ederson doesn’t make saves or should make more saves or makes mistakes compared to other keepers…

Watch all these other keepers closely, ALL OF THEM make a great many mistakes and let goals in they shouldn’t.

I wouldn’t swap Ederson for any other keeper in the world.
 

ninjamonkey

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Doesn't make saves, Alisson miles better keeper according to some numpties...

As I said not long ago in here, pick any single season you want and Alisson has made more errors in that one season alone than Ederson has in his entire City career. All 3 of West Hams goals against the scousers today were goalkeeping errors from Alisson, not maybe he could have done better situations, errors.

Remember that the next time a few rush in here to bash him for not making an unbelievable save he has no right to make.
 

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Because other GK makes a mistake, we cannot criticize Ederson then?

Again, I am really happy of having Ederson and he's a top 3 GK for City, but he can be so much more than that. Let's compare De Gea and Ederson for example(I strongly prefer Ederson for us). There were 2 saves yesterday to Gabriel Jesus and KDB from De Gea that were incredible. Quick reflexes, explosive and quick feet. De Gea makes 1 of those every 2-3 matches. At the same time De Gea makes a horrible blunder every 2-3 matches. For a team like us, we need security in our GK and Ederson might be the least prone to blunder GK in the world. He is great and a perfect match for us.

BUT you will never see Ederson making impossible/really difficult saves consistently like other GK are capable. Whenever the opposition scores, I have never felt Ederson made a huge mistake, but several times I think he could've done better and that several other GK would save 30-40% of those while Ederson saves 0% of those. Again, I am really happy of having a great sweeper, a very secure GK, and his excellent passing ability, but he can be so much better.

He can be Neuer, and it's so obvious what his weaknesses are, that I am just amazed he hasn't improved them at all. His weaknesses are: 1v1, slow reflexes, and he is very slow and non-explosive whenever he stretches. The 1v1 are inexcusable: the way he stretches, the way he attacks can be easily improved with constant practice. Just check how Neuer or even Cortouis take on 1v1, and then compare to Ederson.

Slow reflexes and explosiveness/power in his legs/stretches can also be improved with proper training, especially when you have a slow/heavy GK like Ederson. There is room for improvement there. And that's what annoys me. He can truly be better, and turn into, not only a top 3 GK for us, but the best GK for any team.
 

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Because other GK makes a mistake, we cannot criticize Ederson then?

Again, I am really happy of having Ederson and he's a top 3 GK for City, but he can be so much more than that. Let's compare De Gea and Ederson for example(I strongly prefer Ederson for us). There were 2 saves yesterday to Gabriel Jesus and KDB from De Gea that were incredible. Quick reflexes, explosive and quick feet. De Gea makes 1 of those every 2-3 matches. At the same time De Gea makes a horrible blunder every 2-3 matches. For a team like us, we need security in our GK and Ederson might be the least prone to blunder GK in the world. He is great and a perfect match for us.

BUT you will never see Ederson making impossible/really difficult saves consistently like other GK are capable. Whenever the opposition scores, I have never felt Ederson made a huge mistake, but several times I think he could've done better and that several other GK would save 30-40% of those while Ederson saves 0% of those. Again, I am really happy of having a great sweeper, a very secure GK, and his excellent passing ability, but he can be so much better.

He can be Neuer, and it's so obvious what his weaknesses are, that I am just amazed he hasn't improved them at all. His weaknesses are: 1v1, slow reflexes, and he is very slow and non-explosive whenever he stretches. The 1v1 are inexcusable: the way he stretches, the way he attacks can be easily improved with constant practice. Just check how Neuer or even Cortouis take on 1v1, and then compare to Ederson.

Slow reflexes and explosiveness/power in his legs/stretches can also be improved with proper training, especially when you have a slow/heavy GK like Ederson. There is room for improvement there. And that's what annoys me. He can truly be better, and turn into, not only a top 3 GK for us, but the best GK for any team.
Its a good post in that you have carefully explained your rationale. You would have thought he would have specialist coaching for the aspects you mention.
 

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Its a good post in that you have carefully explained your rationale. You would have thought he would have specialist coaching for the aspects you mention.
We have the best goalkeeping coach in the league. We have won back to back golden gloves with Ederson and he is joint top this year. What more do people want ffs.
 

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I think he's carrying an injury. Stomach or something. Something not quite right with him.
Carrying a hell of a lot of ink on him. Gets bored and always prone to moments of utter madness. Has so much passing ability that I wonder why he ended up as a goalkeeper.
Allison is the Ronald McDonald of goalkeepers - a clown.
 

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