Thursday 26 October 2017

I’m calm and ready to play whenever I’m needed - Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo

Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo says he is calm about his Manchester City predicament and remains focused on helping first-choice goalkeeper Ederson to improve. Expectation followed Bravo's move from Barcelona last summer, yet the man brought in to replace Joe Hart floundered during his first season in English football.
The Chile international became a figure of fun for many and has now dropped down the City pecking order under Pep Guardiola, with Ederson signed from Benfica as No 1 in June. Tuesday's Carabao Cup clash with Wolves was just the 34-year-old's third City appearance of the season - an unassuming match that brought the best out of the goalkeeper. Bravo's heroics are unlikely to lead to a starting role at West Brom on Saturday evening given Ederson's role under Guardiola.

He said “I'm calm, I've always been calm since day one here, you can only prepare well for when you're needed. Tuesday was one of those nights, we hope that it happens again, not with so many problems but we hope it happens again and when you're called upon, you do it as best as possible, you support the team as much as you can. I've got a lot of experience and I support Ederson, who is doing well, he's a young keeper who needs people advising him. We get on well. It would be egotistical to not help him grow, to not give him some words of advice. I think it's my job, with my experience, and it helps things go well and helps us to achieve things.”

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