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Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby blues2win » Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:03 pm

No more transfers now. So who would we miss the most over a long period?

Ederson for me. Surprised Bravo hasn’t been replaced.
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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby zuricity » Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:09 pm

Thread should be frozen or removed ! inviting bad luck before the first game has even kicked off ! :roll:
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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby Mase » Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:12 pm

I genuinely think we suffered most when Dave went away for an extended period last season (I know he wasn't injured Phips!) And I think he's who we miss most......still.
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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby mr_nool » Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:22 pm

blues2win wrote:No more transfers now. So who would we miss the most over a long period?

Ederson for me. Surprised Bravo hasn’t been replaced.


I think Bravo is slowly finding his confidence again after that abysmal first season. His distribution on Sunday was world class. Of course we would miss Ederson, but he hasn't been tried too much as a shot stopper either, so I'm not sure how much.

I think we would really miss Kun if he's gone for a longer period. Where will the goals come from?

And KdB of course. He is out of this world at the moment.
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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby carl_feedthegoat » Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:25 pm

mr_nool wrote:
blues2win wrote:No more transfers now. So who would we miss the most over a long period?

Ederson for me. Surprised Bravo hasn’t been replaced.


I think Bravo is slowly finding his confidence again after that abysmal first season. His distribution on Sunday was world class. Of course we would miss Ederson, but he hasn't been tried too much as a shot stopper either, so I'm not sure how much.

I think we would really miss Kun if he's gone for a longer period. Where will the goals come from?

And KdB of course. He is out of this world at the moment.


Bravo was back to his clownio best on sunday..I take it you never watched the whole match?

PS His distribution was never the problem.
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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby mr_nool » Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:29 pm

carl_feedthegoat wrote:
mr_nool wrote:
blues2win wrote:No more transfers now. So who would we miss the most over a long period?

Ederson for me. Surprised Bravo hasn’t been replaced.


I think Bravo is slowly finding his confidence again after that abysmal first season. His distribution on Sunday was world class. Of course we would miss Ederson, but he hasn't been tried too much as a shot stopper either, so I'm not sure how much.

I think we would really miss Kun if he's gone for a longer period. Where will the goals come from?

And KdB of course. He is out of this world at the moment.


Bravo was back to his clownio best on sunday..I take it you never watched the whole match?

PS His distribution was never the problem.


I did watch the while match. He totally misjudged that bounce in the first half, which I think might have been down to a very dry pitched, and he spilled a shot straight out in the first half.

The situation in the second half I don't blame him for. He made a really good save from the cross, but the ball got a very strong spin, which made him miss it when he dove in to collect the loose ball.
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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby mr_nool » Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:29 pm

Forgot to say: it certainly wasn't the one shot, one goal Bravo from his first season.
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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby nottsblue » Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:40 pm

Ederson.

All other positions have at least two covering players if necessary. Not even got Gunn anymore
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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby Nigels Tackle » Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:41 pm

mr_nool wrote:Forgot to say: it certainly wasn't the one shot, one goal Bravo from his first season.


he was still shit
one karius moment when the ball canonned of his chest
that’s before we talk about the ball bouncing over his head
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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby iwasthere2012 » Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:42 pm

Kun.
I want to see one injury free season for him before he goes.
Let him show the PL what he’s capable of over 38 games.
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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby Hutch's Shoulder » Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:53 pm

Pep must stay fit!
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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby City64 » Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:59 pm

Bravo,s finest contribution was cleaning the rubbish from the pitch after the PL Trophy pitch celebrations at the Etihad end of last season , highest paid fucking cleaner in the PL absolute embarrassingly shite keeper .
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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby BlueinBosnia » Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:00 pm

mr_nool wrote:I think Bravo is slowly finding his confidence again after that abysmal first season. His distribution on Sunday was world class.

I've got to say, but I was underwhelmed by his distribution on Sunday. 2 or 3 times he seemed to hoof it when under what seemed minimal pressure. Having said that, it's never been the part of his game that I've been critical of before.
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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby mr_nool » Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:04 pm

BlueinBosnia wrote:
mr_nool wrote:I think Bravo is slowly finding his confidence again after that abysmal first season. His distribution on Sunday was world class.

I've got to say, but I was underwhelmed by his distribution on Sunday. 2 or 3 times he seemed to hoof it when under what seemed minimal pressure. Having said that, it's never been the part of his game that I've been critical of before.


Seriously? The way he kept on picking Walker and Mendy out with the high balls over the first pressing line was very impressive. And that ball to Kun!
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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby carl_feedthegoat » Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:21 pm

mr_nool wrote:
BlueinBosnia wrote:
mr_nool wrote:I think Bravo is slowly finding his confidence again after that abysmal first season. His distribution on Sunday was world class.

I've got to say, but I was underwhelmed by his distribution on Sunday. 2 or 3 times he seemed to hoof it when under what seemed minimal pressure. Having said that, it's never been the part of his game that I've been critical of before.


Seriously? The way he kept on picking Walker and Mendy out with the high balls over the first pressing line was very impressive. And that ball to Kun!


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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby zuricity » Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:24 pm

carl_feedthegoat wrote:
mr_nool wrote:
BlueinBosnia wrote:
mr_nool wrote:I think Bravo is slowly finding his confidence again after that abysmal first season. His distribution on Sunday was world class.

I've got to say, but I was underwhelmed by his distribution on Sunday. 2 or 3 times he seemed to hoof it when under what seemed minimal pressure. Having said that, it's never been the part of his game that I've been critical of before.


Seriously? The way he kept on picking Walker and Mendy out with the high balls over the first pressing line was very impressive. And that ball to Kun!


Let it go Nools....9 out of 10 dog owners prefer pedigree chum.



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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby mr_nool » Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:29 pm

carl_feedthegoat wrote:
mr_nool wrote:
BlueinBosnia wrote:
mr_nool wrote:I think Bravo is slowly finding his confidence again after that abysmal first season. His distribution on Sunday was world class.

I've got to say, but I was underwhelmed by his distribution on Sunday. 2 or 3 times he seemed to hoof it when under what seemed minimal pressure. Having said that, it's never been the part of his game that I've been critical of before.


Seriously? The way he kept on picking Walker and Mendy out with the high balls over the first pressing line was very impressive. And that ball to Kun!


Let it go Nools....9 out of 10 dog owners prefer pedigree chum.


All I'm saying is, who could we possibly get in as a second keeper who fits our system better than Bravo? I am, and Pepe seems to be too, willing to ship an easy goal every now and then in exchange for a keeper that can keep us playing our game.
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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby zuricity » Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:36 pm

mr_nool wrote:
carl_feedthegoat wrote:
mr_nool wrote:
BlueinBosnia wrote:
mr_nool wrote:I think Bravo is slowly finding his confidence again after that abysmal first season. His distribution on Sunday was world class.

I've got to say, but I was underwhelmed by his distribution on Sunday. 2 or 3 times he seemed to hoof it when under what seemed minimal pressure. Having said that, it's never been the part of his game that I've been critical of before.


Seriously? The way he kept on picking Walker and Mendy out with the high balls over the first pressing line was very impressive. And that ball to Kun!


Let it go Nools....9 out of 10 dog owners prefer pedigree chum.


All I'm saying is, who could we possibly get in as a second keeper who fits our system better than Bravo? I am, and Pepe seems to be too, willing to ship an easy goal every now and then in exchange for a keeper that can keep us playing our game.


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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby mr_nool » Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:40 pm

I don't think it ought to be blasphemy, just saying 'Bravo'.
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Re: Which long term injury would horrify you most?

Postby Pretty Boy Lee » Wed Aug 08, 2018 5:58 am

Fern for me. We simply don’t have another destroyer in the squad.
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