Marouane Fellaini can still be a success at Manchester United

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Did this Liverpool star simply become bigger than the club?

Date: 16th July 2014 at 6:43pm
Written by Christy Malyan

There's no going back now. Luis Suarez is officially a Barcelona player. And In my opinion, £75million for someone who has bitten three opponents in the space of four years, regardless of his world-class quality, certainly isn't a bad deal. But not everybody Liverpool supporter necessarily subscribes to that theory, and in some respects there are daunting question marks hanging over Anfield. Real Madrid paid £12million more for Gareth Bale last summer, a forward who, albeit two years Suarez's junior, ended his ultimate Premier League campaign with ten goals and five assists less than the potent Uruguayan. Likewise, why can't a club with such an enormous history as Liverpool, who finished second in the Premier League last year and have now returned back to the promised land of the Champions League, keep hold of their most valuable first team asset? The pulling power of the Nou Camp has to be considered, but what was ... Read More


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