Confederation Cup & Luis Suarez
Luis Alberto Suárez Díaz (born 24 January 1987) is a Uruguayan footballer who plays for Liverpool and the Uruguayan national team./5
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Todays sport: Neymar, Iniesta & Pirlo among Golden Ball nominees The trio are joined by Brazil star Paulinho, Uruguay forward Luis Suarez and Spain defender Sergio Ramos in the shortlist for thebest player in the Confederations Cup By Sam Chambers Jun 29, 2013 6:43:00 PM Neymar - Brazil vs. Italy Brazilstar Neymarand Spainattacker Andres Iniestaare among the stars named in the six-man Golden Ball shortlist for the top player of the Confederation Cup. Barcelona's latest signing is the only footballer to be named man of the match twice so far this tournament while his new club-mate, Iniesta, has shone as he has helped propella Rojainto Sunday's final against the Selecao. Neymar's Brazil compatriot Paulinho has earned a place among the nominees for his excellent performances throughout June including scoring the match-winning goal latein the side's 2-1 semi-final win over Uruguay. At the other end of the pitch, Sergio Ramos is the only nominee outside of midfield or attackand has been a constant in a back fo ...
Uruguay are out of the Confederation Cup . Now it will get interesting . What to expect in the next few days now that Luis Suarez won't have football to distract him . The fact is that Luis Suarez hates losing and the chances are that his mouth will do a walkabout over the next few days and he will either dig himself into a deeper hole than he is already in or he will do a complete turn around and say he is staying at Liverpool Football Club for another season . I really wish it was the second option but my bones tell me he is going to be a complete *** and *** us all off altogether. There is one thing I know for certain . Brendan Rogers is a nice polite, patient and understanding man that works better when all the wheels are turning in the direction he is going in . As long as people are honest and fair he will back those people and use his qualities as a decent person to find answers to any problem . Any person who even tries to go in a different direction and Brendan Rogers will put his nice poli ...
Liverpool star striker Luis Suarez has indicated that he wants to leave the club for various reasons including unfair treatment from the English FA. The Uruguayan star is currently in South America preparing for the FIFA Confederation Cup, having already revealed that he wants to leave the club. Suarez feels like the English Authorities are against him, comparing his ban for racial abusing Manchester United's Patrice Evra to that of John Terry, who was banned for half the amount of games after a similar incident with Anton Ferdinand. "Without any proof they gave me an eight match can but with Terry, where they had proof, lip-readers, they gave him four, I'm South American and I think that's the root of all this," Suarez told television show RR Gol Liverpool have insisted that Suarez, who is currently banned from domestic football in England after biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic, is not for sale.
Dunno how accurate this is but I've been told the same thing 3 times over the weekend and once from the same bloke who told me aba us signing Kewell, Cisse and Torres before it hit the papers. For what its worth... Luis Suarez has virtually agreed terms with Real Madrid. The reds however are willing to negotiate but only if Suarez hands in a transfer request. He will do so by the end of the Confederation Cup. Xabi Alonso told Steven Gerrard, Pepe Reina and an unknown player (unknown to me) about an approach from Real before Xmas. Alonso has refused to negotiate a new contract as he believed Madrid had intended to use him as a bargaining tool. Alonso has told them he is very open to a return to Anfield and Madrid believe they can get Suarez for a fee of around 34M plus Alonso. Liverpool, however, are refusing to listen to offers of less than 50M even with Alonso thrown in. The reds also want the entire fee upfront and not in installments. (DQ)
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