I’m not trying to suggest he was a success, but I don’t think he was as bad as he’s remembered,Sorry AHT but Bravo was 99% a disaster.
Had he been given a more indulgent debut than an away derby then he might have built his confidence and been much more reliable, but I genuinely believe his obvious nerves that day had a long term effect on his future performances.
He never really recovered from that shaky derby debut, notwithstanding that we won the game and his later penalty shootout heroics in the Carabao etc
He was certainly a better keeper than we ever really saw at City but I also think he was probably just on the wrong side of past his best when we signed him
Honestly believe that debut at the shithole ruined him, killed his confidence. Never really recovered.I’m not trying to suggest he was a success, but I don’t think he was as bad as he’s remembered,
He was the keeper to help us play from the back.Honestly believe that debut at the shithole ruined him, killed his confidence. Never really recovered.
If it was Burnley at home it could have all been different
Rubbish! Mendy was poor before the injury. Name a match where he was stand out performer? Bravo?! One shot one goal did “alright” hahahaHe probably did with Nolito.
Mendy got injured and, well, you know.
Bravo did alright too and was a victim of a defence learning how to play Pepball.
For whatever reason, our keepers always get more stick than they should, apart from Joe Hart, who fans decided they couldn’t criticise.
You’ve been put right about Mendy already, but Bravo had the same issues as Ederson. 99% of the time he wasn’t needed, the remaining 1% he had a one on one/huge chance that he was expected to save.Rubbish! Mendy was poor before the injury. Name a match where he was stand out performer? Bravo?! One shot one goal did “alright” hahaha
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