Suarez, Where Have You Been All This Time?

By on May 2, 2011

Well, after the January transfer window, the prospects at Liverpool looked a little bleak, but Luis Suarez has proven his price tag and made himself a fan favourite.

It Took 16 Minutes

Luis Suarez took a mere 16 minutes after he came off the bench before he opened his account for Liverpool. A goal that signified a whole lot more to come from the Uruguayan. He rounded the goalkeeper and then finished with a rather scoffed but assured shot, although enough to help it bundle over the line.

Kuyt and Suarez

Well, the intentional partnership was supposed to be Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez up front, but I think he’s better up there with the Dutchman in Liverpool’s hardworking Dirk Kuyt. One’s got the pace, the skill and the other a lot of energy and not giving up anything. This was especially emphasized against Manchester United, 3 goals for Kuyt all somewhat set up by Luis Suarez himself.

He’s not just about goals

Well, the thing about Suarez is that he is also not just about the goals, he is about the technique, he is about the passing. But when he DOES have a chance, he takes it. Take his one on one against Newcastle, well, that took a cool head. And who could forget his goal against Sunderland, impossible angle, where is he going? It’s in the back of the net.

It’s just the beginning of the new Liverpool dynasty…

Submitted by Two Liverpool Fans

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4 Comments

  1. FernandoTorSHIT !

    May 2, 2011 at 11:53 am

    After King Kenny, here we come King Luis !!

  2. Jay Wright

    May 2, 2011 at 2:37 pm

    Where has he been all this time? Banging in the goals at a ridiculous pace for Ajax methinx!

  3. William

    May 2, 2011 at 4:22 pm

    Great player n huge contribution so far. I was happy when he declared come get me and we responded positively. Great buy with Carrol n making the maxi frm Nando its the best business for me since i joined the army of the TRUE REDS.

  4. LFC4LIFE......

    May 3, 2011 at 3:42 am

    He’s reminds me of tevez in his work ethic, although he may not be quite as strong, his ability to set up chances and score is no less!

    £24m….. Bargain!

    😀

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