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Can Liverpool expect to match last season without Luis Suarez?

Date: 10th July 2014 at 6:30pm
Written by Christy Malyan

After attempting to take a chunk out of Giorgio Chiellini's shoulder with his teeth during a World Cup group fixture against Italy, Liverpool have decided to finally cash-in on talismanic yet ever-controversial striker Luis Suarez, who has become the latest object of transfer desires for Barcelona. £80million for a player who now appears unable to last a full season without flirting with the realms of on-pitch cannibalism, in my opinion, is a good piece of business. The Reds already faced a stern test in keeping the South American's suitors at bay this summer, but now the incentive to do so has greatly declined. After last summer's public relations mess at the Confederations Cup, clearly Suarez just isn't worth the hassle. But one lingering concern persists - without Suarez, a 31-goal, twelve assists, multi-award-winning  forward, can Liverpool expect  to come anywhere close to their second-place Premier League finish from last year? For a militantly ambitious club, selling your flagship star amid a period of raucous momentum on Merseyside, whilst Anfield welcomes back Champions League football for the first time since 2009 next season, is hardly what you'd ... Read More


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    André Hatlevik
    1 year ago

    Tottenham Hotspur couldn’t even beat Arsenal FC once last year even if the clowns had spent over 100 million

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