England Right Not To Fear Half-Fit Suarez

Luis Suarez says he's 100% ready but he's clearly nowhere near match-fit. Matthew Stanger is in Brazil and sees little to fear in Uruguay, with or without Suarez...

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jamie mitton (Chelsea) says...

How did this work out for you?

Posted 9:12am 20th June 2014

Editor says ...

Not well. It will be in Mediawatch.

jharuba (Newcastle United) says...

So how did that go? JH Aruba

Posted 9:07am 20th June 2014

Editor says ...

Not well. It will be in Mediawatch.

KuriKuri (Wigan Athletic) says...

He's blatantly gonna do something against us! Despite his antics he is made of bloody iron, although Gollo's suggestion of putting a reducer on him early doors is a bit draconian. We are all trendy & attacking these days don't you know.

Posted 2:38pm 18th June 2014

Gollo (Wolverhampton Wanderers) says...

Worthwhile Cahill targeting that knee early on just to make sure, worth taking a booking for and I do love to see the rabid gerbil cry

Posted 9:23am 18th June 2014

colinhunt says...

was that line a little close to the truth cogs?

Posted 3:10am 18th June 2014

cogs (Liverpool) says...

After avoiding your website for a few weeks, I got as far as "practising the dark arts to con referees," in this article....Goodbye

Posted 4:05pm 17th June 2014

thebigshow says...

I cannot see him starting on Thursday although I'd be almost glad if he did. Uruguay needed him on Saturday desperately and yet he wasn't brought on, that says an awful lot. Can you go from not being ready to step on the pitch to starting in 5 days? I don't think so. If he starts he probably won't be sharp and will be taking it a bit easy on his knee. Football at this level means taking 4 or 5 weeks out from training at the highest intensity will leave you off the pace. I'd fancy England's chances against Uruguay with him at full fitness but if they're carrying him in the hope he'll produce something amazing then it's an even better situation.

Posted 3:04pm 17th June 2014

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