For all his gifts as a footballer, subtle communication has never been Luis Suarez’s forte. Just ask Patrice Evra or Branislav Ivanovic about that.Nevertheless, as he seeks to leave Liverpool this summer, the club’s Uruguay forward is at least deserving of an audience.
Suarez, of course, is one of the Barclays Premier League’s pantomime villains. The words the FA found him guilty of uttering to Evra almost two years ago and the attempt to bite a chunk out of Ivanovic’s arm last season have made sure of that.
Saying his goodbyes? Luis Suarez has made no secret of his desire to leave Liverpool
No wonder, then, that Suarez has spent much of the summer wondering if his career is about to head down a blind alley at Anfield.
The disingenuous nature of Suarez’s comments when seeking to explain his discontentment has been irksome. By claiming he has been persecuted by the English media, Suarez has invited ridicule.
This should not be allowed to mask the real issue here — and that is that Liverpool do not look like a club capable of giving the 26-year-old what he needs or wants on the field.
To put it bluntly, Suarez is a first-rate centre forward, comparable with all but the very best.
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