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    CL | Round 4: FC Barcelona - Slavia Prague 0-0

    Champions League Round 4

    Tuesday, November 5, 18:55 CET

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    It will be tough game, we will likely win.

    But even if we lose - I won't be sacked. So, no worrys.
    There is no humiliating defeat that can have me fired!

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    At home.. in the CL.. against "weak" opponents. Pretty sure we will win comfortably, we could have a plank of wood as manager (not too different from Valverde) and still win these sorts of games.

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    If slavia manages to play with same intensity as previous leg, we'd have a bad time.
    Suarez is out so that leaves us with hopefully this:
    Semedo pique lenglet alba
    De jong
    Vidal arthur
    Griez messi dembele.

    But knowing our master gandalf and his super decisions, i wouldnt be surprised that he have a note full of what ifs written in preseason so we are in for another wild ride

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    The team will be eager to bounce back after the last game. Slavia and Celta will be destroyed and when we play Leganés away from home we'll be back to our usual struggle.

    It's a neverending circle.

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    I would like to see Rakitic given another chance in the XI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tackle View Post
    I would like to see Rakitic given another chance in the XI.
    Me too, as it would boost his price tag if he plays well and we would see what FDJ can do at DM as well. If he doesn't have a good game, we still have enough firepower to win against Slavia at Camp Nou.
    Dembele, Griezmann and Messi should be starting for this game at the frontline.
    Alena could get a chance maybe? Eh?? EV?? One chance is not so much to ask for right? Right??? (would boost his price tag too)

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    Ernesto Valverde's press conference ahead of tomorrow's game with Slavia Prague.
    Valverde: 'We controlled Levante game until we lost it'
    " The other day Levante scored against us with their first shot. We controlled the game until we lost it, we were not well in attack and we have to improve. My job is to find the reasons why we lost." "Huge difference between Barça at home and Barça away? We did start badly, but then we had a good run away from home. Now we lost again, but it doesn't have to mean we will extend that to a streak."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gari View Post
    Ernesto Valverde's press conference ahead of tomorrow's game with Slavia Prague.
    Valverde: 'We controlled Levante game until we lost it'
    " The other day Levante scored against us with their first shot. We controlled the game until we lost it, we were not well in attack and we have to improve. My job is to find the reasons why we lost." "Huge difference between Barça at home and Barça away? We did start badly, but then we had a good run away from home. Now we lost again, but it doesn't have to mean we will extend that to a streak."
    This guy.

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    I dont know about Rakitic anymore. If he will actually stay til the summer, he should get some games. If hes going in the winter we might as well play Alena.

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    gonna skiiiiiiiiiip this one. i just hope messi scores something

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    Imagine Ernestine comes out with a 4-4-2 tomorrow.

    Griezmann and Messi up top.
    4 midfielders behind them- Rakitic, De Jong, Busquets, Vidal
    and Roberto at RB in place of Semedo.

    Very bleak.

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    Dembélé, Umtiti and Aleñá return. Arthur, Todibo, Junior and Wagué are out due to a technical decision. Suárez is injured.

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    Do it will be Dembele Messi Griezz attack.
    I hope for Arthur and FDJ in the middle. Third man is unknown for me... Maybe even Raki, but that is a zero chance to happen. Vidal probably.
    Andres DON Iniesta is the only player in football's history to be Man of the Match in a Champions League final, EURO final and World Cup final.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andresito View Post
    The team will be eager to bounce back after the last game. Slavia and Celta will be destroyed and when we play Leganés away from home we'll be back to our usual struggle.

    It's a neverending circle.
    Just as I would write it. You nailed it.
    Andres DON Iniesta is the only player in football's history to be Man of the Match in a Champions League final, EURO final and World Cup final.