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    CL | Round 6: Inter Milan - FC Barcelona 1-2

    Champions League Round 6

    Tuesday, 10th of October, 21:00 CET

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    Gonna be interesting to see if fringe players like Alena and Wague get the chance at least here, finally. Also gonna be n official debut for Neto hopefully, Is Fati fit for this one? Inter need a win, since Dortmund gonna probably beat Slavia at home. Interested how Lautaro is gonna do against us, this could be his best chance to make his case for Suarez's successor in the summer. I hope Dortmund advance though.

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    Barca B please
    “I would love to have played at this club. I am envious of how well Guardiola's men can play. They are like a group of kids who play football in the street without rules. That is the best football, the most authentic, unfettered by tactics or schemes. Guardiola’s philosophy is helping to change the mindset of many tacticians and that is priceless.” Marco Van Basten

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    Neto
    Wagué, Todibo, Umtiti, Akieme/Firpo
    Arthur, Vidal, Riqui
    Pérez, Aleña, Ansu

    Something along these lines.
    Don't care about the result. Just want to see most of these players get a chance.
    Arthur/Vidal shouldn't play 90 min as I hope one of them start vs Sociedad.

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    B team and Messi 30 minute Cameo for hat-tick. Let's do it!

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    Squad list?

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    Barca have not won at the San Siro against Inter since 2003 and never won away from Camp Nou when Kuipers is the referee
    Paolo Maldini - "In my opinion, Messi should win the Ballon D'Or each year. He's an unbelievable player."

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    Quote Originally Posted by FCBarca View Post
    Barca have not won at the San Siro against Inter since 2003 and never won away from Camp Nou when Kuipers is the referee
    Guess we will not start winning there now then. Sorry BvB, we will keep our first 11 after hours to practice corners.

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    Playing with a B Team, can be a scenario, although there is an argument against this: if this B team gets beaten badly 4-0, then this might spread insecurity and distroy confidence among everyone, even those who did not play gets effected. (not everyone is so self-centered like Zlatan I.)

    Giving key players rest is probably more important. I think EV might go a strategy in the middle. A mixed A/B team, resting everyone who is insure-prone... and losing 0-2 in the end. I hope I am wrong on this ...

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    Vidal fdj raki
    fati Griez/Messi perez

    Pique has already 3 yellow cards (lenglet 0) in CL,IDK maybe this will also play into the squad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andresito View Post
    Neto
    Wagué, Todibo, Umtiti, Akieme/Firpo
    Arthur, Vidal, Riqui
    Pérez, Aleña, Ansu

    Something along these lines.
    Don't care about the result. Just want to see most of these players get a chance.
    Arthur/Vidal shouldn't play 90 min as I hope one of them start vs Sociedad.
    Don't think we'll rotate that heavy. It is a CL after all.

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    Messi should definitly sit this one out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnN View Post
    Guess we will not start winning there now then. Sorry BvB, we will keep our first 11 after hours to practice corners.
    Karma for their silly jokes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raskolnikov View Post
    Messi should definitly sit this one out.
    and Suarez. I wouldn't risk Pique either.

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    RB Salzburg has a chance to cure my depression tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by clemente View Post
    RB Salzburg has a chance to cure my depression tomorrow
    by doing what? wining and eliminating Liverpool - or by losing and Pool advances...
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