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I want Luis Garcia back

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It's not the same without him. It's not right that he's playing for them and he belongs here now, they don't deserve him as they cannot possibly appreciuate his talents as much as Rafa. He is one of us and has admitted he wants to come back. Imagine how good he and we would be were he here now amongst the current roster.

Do it Rafa and watch the title wonder after

Do it not and leave it to benayoun to put in a shift last night, at least Luis isn't gonna give a pen away in his own box.

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Guest TK-421

I have an opinion on this matter. I wouldn't want Luis to come back for fear that he could tarnish the great memories he left us with.

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If last night was anything to go on ,no thanks!! If he hadn't for played for us we'd be calling him every name under the sun with his theatrics last night.

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Aside from a few crappy tackles, he didn't do much last night.

 

He went down like he'd been shot after getting an accidental tap in the face and threw himself again later in the half.

 

Was dissapointed in him as he used to be my favourite player.

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He went down like he'd been shot after getting an accidental tap in the face and threw himself again later in the half.

 

Was dissapointed in him as he used to be my favourite player.

 

 

 

I think it would be fantastic to have him back, as someone else said, even instead of Yossi, which IMO would be a vast improvement. As much as i kills me to say it, that play acting is now part of the modern game. Try training an under age side without one of the kids going down and rolling around on the ground ala Cronaldo.

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He went down like he'd been shot after getting an accidental tap in the face and threw himself again later in the half. Was dissapointed in him as he used to be my favourite player.
He did something similar against west ham got himself booked followed by a suspension and missed the FA cup final because of it.

 

I got the impression he wasn't up for it last night and was looking to be subbed.

 

It would be a step in the wrong direction to bring him back.

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He did something similar against west ham got himself booked followed by a suspension and missed the FA cup final because of it.

 

I got the impression he wasn't up for it last night and was looking to be subbed.

 

It would be a step in the wrong direction to bring him back.

 

 

 

I can never understand this 'never go back' attitude. What about Rushie?

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I can never understand this 'never go back' attitude. What about Rushie?
Its not a never go back attitude. If I thought a ex player could come back and do a job Like Rush did I'd be all for it. But were talking about Garcia. Not Ian Rush.

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He's like an english summer that Garcia, you get a couple of decent days a year that you talk about for ages, the rest are pretty shitty.

 

I still remember the summer (2 days) in 1984 with fond memories. Have totally forgotten all the shitty times that year.

 

Would I want Garcia back? Not a chance, I never really liked him when he was here.

 

There I've said it.

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I love Garcia and will always remember him fondly and was lookin forward to seein him last night. Having said that im glad he was subbed at half time coz he was pissin me off! As someone else mentioned if he wasnt Luis Garcia id have hated him last night, even Xabi looked at him like "c'mon Luis WTF"! I wonder if hes always been like that and we were abit blinkered to it? Fuck it if he was he was ours, still love the little shit!

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garcia is better
Your comparing Garcia To Rush and saying Garcia is better.

 

Your either on a wind up or to young to have watched Rush or a user of hallucinogenic drugs.

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Your comparing Garcia To Rush and saying Garcia is better.

 

Your either on a wind up or to young to have watched Rush or a user of hallucinogenic drugs.

 

Of course i'm joking! Rushie is up there with Diouf and Voronin for gawd sake!

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Wasn't good enough then, definitely isn't good enough now.

He was good enough.Frustarating at times but was one of rafas best signings.Scored vbery important goals.

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I have an opinion on this matter. I wouldn't want Luis to come back for fear that he could tarnish the great memories he left us with.

 

Pretty much my opinion, lets not spoil the magic

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Dear Reds,

 

First of all I'd like to apologise for not having been back in touch sooner, but I needed to take some time to take on board all the recent changes and then to put down these words for you.

 

I'm sure you will understand.

 

I would rather this be a letter of thanks and gratitude, not simply a goodbye.

 

Yes, that's right, gratitude, because that is the word that best sums up my feelings for you all.

 

Taking the decision to change clubs hasn't been easy. Not easy at all.

 

I've experienced three fantastic years at the club and in the city. Three years in which together, the fans and the team, we have accomplished some fantastic achievements, and I'm sure that these successes will continue to be repeated in the near future.

 

You know that I like a challenge and that I don't just settle for second best.

 

Back then Liverpool Football Club gave me the opportunity to be part of an ambitious plan to put the Reds back at the summit of the game.

 

I think that together we managed to achieve that.

 

As I said, I do like challenges and in spite of the fact that at that time I was playing for my home town club, one of the biggest in the world, I wanted to be a part of that project that was being presented to me by Liverpool, and so I accepted the challenge.

 

Now, after three seasons in the Premier League and having won some major trophies, the chance came up for me to return to La Liga and be part of a new project at a club I already knew.

 

The idea of enjoying things in a Spanish club like we experienced together at Liverpool over these last three years appealed to me, and that's why I accepted the offer.

 

I want to thank everyone working at Liverpool Football Club for how well they have treated both my family and I, making us feel at home from the very first day to the last.

 

I also want to thank the management, coaching staff and directors for the opportunity they gave me back then to be part of such an important and well-loved club as Liverpool. A club which has helped me to grow as a footballer and where to date I have enjoyed the biggest success of my career.

 

Without a doubt, this success has been possible thanks to the outstanding group of players with whom Ive been able to share a dressing room over the last three seasons.

 

I'm not going to mention anyone specifically, because I think that the secret of this team's success has been exactly that: nobody wanted to stand out above the rest and there has always been a great togetherness in the squad, which made it into something more than a group of players, it was a group of friends.

 

Thanks to all of you for your help and your friendship.

 

I've left until last the thank you which for me is the most important: Thank you to the supporters.

 

Your support allowed me to settle quickly at both the club and in the city, and you made me feel really at ease with you all right from the word go; that's the kind of help that you notice most of all during the difficult times, of which there have been a few during my time here.

 

I'd like to especially thank you for making up a song for me and you should know that every time I heard you singing it, it was like an extra injection of strength and motivation, even helping me to overcome pain occasionally during a game.

 

Your unconditional support is the thing that ensures that this team manages to pull through in the most difficult circumstances; and I can assure you that the whole squad is aware of this and thanks you for it.

 

A football club isn't just made up of players, coaches and directors. More than anything else it's the supporters who make a club, and that perhaps is the ingredient which best distinguishes Liverpool Football Club from every other team. The supporters.

 

Because if one thing has remained obvious to me after these few years, it's that with supporters like you, Liverpool Football Club will never walk alone.

 

I really hope that the club wins lots of major trophies in the future; I'll be following it all from a distance, with the pride that you can only get from having been a Red and played for the home team at Anfield – a ground that every football fan must visit at least once in their life.

 

Thank you for everything. Yours most sincerely,

 

Your friend, Luís García

 

Don't hate Christmas, people.

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I can't knock the guy, and that letter shows what a great player and man he was. He's given us some great memories and we should thank him for that.

 

I don't think we need him back though.

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