The boos have been ringing out for Luis Suarez every time he appears for Uruguay at the London 2012 Olympics, so you can imagine how much they will be magnified when his side take on Great Britain later this week.
But while Manchester United fans may well have been among those leading the chorus of disapproval against the controversial striker, perhaps they should think again.
If Britain lose, then United will see both Ryan Giggs and Tom Cleverley get back to rejoin their squad ahead of the season. Liverpool would see Luis Suarez continue into the competition right into the knock out stages.
Uruguay would then fancy their chances of making the final four, and then having a guaranteed medal match. While it would be great for Suarez' confidence and own personal happiness, Liverpool fans should want him to lose and rejoin their squad as soon as possible.
He is such a key player for the club, the leader of the attack, that being without him is a real headache for Liverpool. Getting him back early would be a nice bonus, and Sebastien Coates would head back to Anfield too. Fans may just hope they can persuade Gaston Ramirez to follow them.
From United's perspective it has been a staggered pre-season, taking in South Africa, China, and next Norway, but having two important players back early in Giggs and Cleverley would be a big boost.
Spain's elimination has seen David de Gea head back early to Old Trafford, which is good news for the club, and Juan Mata will rejoin Chelsea early, a big bonus for the Stamford Bridge based club.
Brazil are performing so well that there is little chance of Rafael da Silva returning to Manchester United sooner than expected, but if Great Britain lose then United should take the positives.
Cleverley has a real chance to make an impact this season and showed good promise last night for Great Britain, along with Giggs who was as superb as ever. Having both players back with the squad would be good news for United, rather than getting them back right on the eve of the season.
It would be an unpatriotic stance to take, backing 'Team GB' for elimination, and an unthinkable one for United in cheering on Luis Suarez, but as a one-off, Manchester United fans should look at it as being for the 'greater good.'