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Thread: Should Suarez get the nod for the first Clasico?

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    Question Should Suarez get the nod for the first Clasico?

    Should Suarez get the nod for the first Clasico?

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    I voted yes, but it depends. If we have a forward in really good form, then don't start him. If not, then go ahead and start him.

    As for subbing him in, do it if we're leading comfortably. If we're losing, then sub him in if one of our other forwards is playing badly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darthvader7888 View Post
    I voted yes, but it depends. If we have a forward in really good form, then don't start him. If not, then go ahead and start him.

    As for subbing him in, do it if we're leading comfortably. If we're losing, then sub him in if one of our other forwards is playing badly.
    ^this.

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    "No" to me. I don't want his 1st game to be against Pepe and Ramos. Too risky to me, he could lose his head, back after so long. His first game should be an easy one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flavia View Post
    "No" to me. I don't want his 1st game to be against Pepe and Ramos. Too risky to me, he could lose his head, back after so long. His first game should be an easy one.
    If anything he may be more aware of not losing his head in first game as will be under so much scrutiny.

    I would start him, he came back for Liverpool last season as if he had played every game. Would love to see Pepe/Ramos trying their luck winding him up and taking their focus right off Messi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamDav1982 View Post
    If anything he may be more aware of not losing his head in first game as will be under so much scrutiny.

    I would start him, he came back for Liverpool last season as if he had played every game. Would love to see Pepe/Ramos trying their luck winding him up and taking their focus right off Messi.
    I don't think that added pressure is a good thing, far from it. His "mr hyde" moments aren't something he controls, from what I understand. I think it's too risky, as pepe and ramos will try everything to piss him off.

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    No.

    Neymar - Messi - Pedro

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    Quote Originally Posted by darthvader7888 View Post
    I voted yes, but it depends. If we have a forward in really good form, then don't start him. If not, then go ahead and start him.

    As for subbing him in, do it if we're leading comfortably. If we're losing, then sub him in if one of our other forwards is playing badly.
    Quote Originally Posted by JamDav1982 View Post
    If anything he may be more aware of not losing his head in first game as will be under so much scrutiny.

    I would start him, he came back for Liverpool last season as if he had played every game. Would love to see Pepe/Ramos trying their luck winding him up and taking their focus right off Messi.
    this.

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    Pretty much the above.
    Time will tell. We will see how his form is when he plays those friendly games for Uruguay next month.
    I have a feeling he is going to be in top shape and ready to strike.......get it? STRIKE? Eh? Ehhh ?
    There's always money in the banana stand.

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    Ready to bite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darthvader7888 View Post
    I voted yes, but it depends. If we have a forward in really good form, then don't start him. If not, then go ahead and start him.

    As for subbing him in, do it if we're leading comfortably. If we're losing, then sub him in if one of our other forwards is playing badly.
    plus one

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    Yep. I want him to humiliate Pepe.

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    Yes, simply because I don't want another Tello vs RM situation with Munir, and because Pedro has been underperforming for ages now.

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    We should see how Munir ad Pedro are doing in the run up to the game.

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    No. I think we should just ease him in probably at the second half. Even though its RM, we shouldn't rush him in because besides that one friendly, we don't know how he'll interact with Messi and Neymar. He needs time to realize he isn't top dog anymore and I'd rather not see him finding that out during a clasico.