Can we please refrain using Henry and "great" in the same sentence?Titi has been great so far
It's not just the mentality. If you replace Henry with Iniesta NOW, you're killing Titi. He has definitely deserved his place in the line-up and Iniesta should now wait for one of the starters to drop their form. It's only fair towards everyone.Iniesta should be starting over Henry. Only reason for him not to be right now is the "if it ain't broke don't fix it" mentality. He should be starting and even coming back from injury looks better than Henry.
Can we please refrain using Henry and "great" in the same sentence?
That is the mentality though.It's not just the mentality. If you replace Henry with Iniesta NOW, you're killing Titi. He has definitely deserved his place in the line-up and Iniesta should now wait for one of the starters to drop their form. It's only fair towards everyone.
Umm, no, why would we? Henry has been great (sic!! ) from the Grand Slam onwards, and mind you that series of four games was the most important run in the season and Henry was among our best, if not THE best. He has maintained that level ever since and he's being the best Henry Barca has seen so far. You dislike him and we all know that, but you could limit your bias to at least not complaining when he gets the praise he really does deserve this season. :thumbsup:
If i´d be sober, i´d be the architect of the new Lisbon treaty. Instantly.:drunk:If Iniesta became a goal scorer, he'd become one of the top 3 midfielders on Earth instantly.
ahh that formation is musical... but Guardiola has a sound understanding of the modern game and he appreciates the need for muscle in football today. That is why we always see 2 "worker midfielders" + Xavi as our midfield.It wouldn't make sense for you to drop Henry now, even should Iniesta regain his form. Henry-Eto'o-Messi is too lethal to change. We wouldn't be having this discussion if Guardiola could work wonders and get Iniesta-Xavi partnership to work, tho...