Good points. I was just after some points of view. I'm of the opinion that Bravo is a momentum keeper. He plays well when his team is playing well, and when he has confidence in the defensive line before him. He makes the odd mistakes, and sometimes more than other keepers, but he generally comes through. What I've noticed this season at Manchester City is that the club's back four is atrocious. I watch this league when I can, and any mid table team in the Premier League has what I would call a working or functional back four. City simply does not, and that culpability rests almost completely on Guardiola. He has to manage it, because he has a keeper who is a nervous wreck.