Robbin Ruiter on Sunderland form, lack of cutting edge and his message to Tyias Browning after costly error

September 14, 2017
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Robbin Ruiter has backed Tyias Browning to bounce back strongly after his error cost Sunderland in their latest defeat.

The Dutch goalkeeper says the Sunderland squad will rally round the 23-year-old Everton loanee, disappointed to gift Nottingham Forest all three points on Tuesday.

Sunderland produced a much improved display, compared to the dismal showing against Sheffield United, but Browning’s mistake late on cost them dear.

Barrie McKay pounced on Browning’s dreadful misplaced pass out wide before feeding Daryl Murphy, who did the rest in the 86th minute.

“It’s tough, but we all support him,” said Ruiter.

“He’s a young player, a really talented player and he played a hell of a game in a positive way, very solid as everyone in defence did – especially Tyias –…


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