Coming of age of Luis Suarez!!

@ram_cv (16516)
India
March 7, 2013 3:33pm CST
Is this season the coming of age of Luis Suarez? He has carried Liverpool literally on his shoulders by scoring goals for fun. Also with the likes of Gerrard and Carragher fading into the backdrop, Suarez has emerged as the center of everything good that Liverpool does from a footballing perspective. Of course, there is the baggage of the off field and on field incidents which seems to dog him every now and then, but his footballing genius seems to be bailing him out every time. What are your views on Suarez? Cheers! Ram
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6 responses
• United States
8 Mar 13
Really? Wow! I'm G-dsmacked. I always liked Liverpool's style of playing when Suarez was out! I hope they make it through the EPL!
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
8 Mar 13
Actually without Suarez they hardly score any goals. He has been their highest goal getter this season by a long margin. Cheers! Ram
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• United States
9 Mar 13
Wow!! I'm amazed.
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@Dias14 (178)
• Indonesia
18 Mar 13
Luis Suarez, A football player who was born in Uruguay 26 years ago. Now he uniformed Liverpool, and in her capacity as liverpool spearhead no doubt, he had everything from start heading off, kick hard and deadly, and overan ball fitting. At the time people were on two Liverpool legends who still play Gerrard and Carragher, he managed to sneak in between. But sometimes act stupid Luis Suarez, he is often hurt the team with a less preferred action. But regardless of the actions boohnya, Suarez is still a great player.
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
23 Mar 13
Yes, that is one aspect he can well do without. If he can curb these tendencies then he would be a great player for both Liverpool and Uruguay. Cheers! Ram
@sjlskl (3384)
• Singapore
9 Mar 13
Suarez is definitely one of the best players plying their trade in BPL. However, he is a controversial player and his antics had always overshadow his contribution. But this season, he has kept that dark side of him away. Maybe he has grown more mature, and like you mentioned, coming of age.
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
10 Mar 13
Yes, his darker side is one that is really ugly. The funny thing is that with his skills he does not need to do it. Cheers! Ram
• India
8 Mar 13
Oh, I agree Luis Suarez is a top quality player and a top player always wants to win all trophies which me brings to an interesting question, that will he remain at Liverpool next season? Coz there are lot of admirers for him especially one in Pep Guardiola, who is interested in luring him to Munich next season when he takes over. Cheers....
@ram_cv (16516)
• India
8 Mar 13
I am not so sure that Pep would go for Suarez. The problem that Suarez brings to managers is his reputation. I think that dissuades different managers from making a move for him. Cheers! Ram
• Indonesia
8 Mar 13
Despite the racial issue he faced with Patrice Evra couple times ago, he's actually indeed a great player. Not to blame him or Evra for that case, but hey, they have shaked hands before, so what's the point to put this into discussion again, right? Just hoping Suarez could lift Liverpool back to the Big Four!
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
8 Mar 13
I think for Liverpool to be back in the Big Four, they need to strengthen a lot of places now. I think the midfield and defense both need sprucing up. Cheers! Ram
@Sir_bobby88 (8244)
• Singapore
8 Mar 13
I think although he is on form scoring but i think he should contribute more towards the midfield winning the ball also , you can't be waiting for gerrad and Lucas winning the ball themselves and think only about attack . But still he is one of the star striker in English premier League.
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
8 Mar 13
I actually think that along with Tevez he is probably one of the more industrious strikers in the Premier League. That is one of the reasons why the Kop love him. Cheers! Ram