We thought the Omar Bravo rumors were dead, but it turns out that they in fact are not. A Tweet today from Jorge Ramos with ESPN Deportes said "Omar Bravo will not play again in Kansas City problems with the coach." A few days after we heard that Peter Vermes and Bravo had a conversation with what was said to be a good conversation and a week or so after news came out that Bravo wasn't going to go on loan, this news comes out.
We'll have to see if there is any proof to this rumor, but it wouldn't be totally surprising. It'd be disappointing though, Bravo had been a big part for much of Kansas City's run last season. But in the playoffs, Bravo found himself on the bench in the first leg due to an injury, and was never able to earn back his starting spot due to the good form KC showed in the series against Colorado. Plenty of arguments can be made that Vermes waited too long to bring on the Mexican, and you won't find me arguing against it. That said, Bravo is a professional and should be able to understand the situation that KC found themselves in.
So it looks like we'll be back to discussing the future of Omar Bravo in Kansas City again.