Basically the only reason people are so quick to shower him with praise whenever he does something right, is because we all know he is a dirty, filthy, cheat who got done for being racist. This reverse psychological 'well you can say what you like about Suarez, but my word, what a good player he is' makes me want to throw up and punch anyone who says it.
So when a decent human being does something good he may be ignored because he isn't very famous or well known because he may play for lesser known club and has never been in the headlines once in his life. But when a scum bag who plays for a famous team who most people cant stand does something right, the whole footballing world jumps on the band wagon to over shower him with praise in the way everyone seems to be doing after Sunday's match? Is this what the attitude within football is? No wonder it's morally on it's knees.
Yes Luis Suarez deserves some praise as he played well and scored a good goal. That's because he is a top player and always has been. Surely people already know this looking at his career to date? Just because he is the scummiest player in the league shouldn't shock everyone into recognising this fact now. Only total morons who know the square root of FA about the ins and outs of football would do such a thing. Shut up. You're embarrassing yourselves.
It's like when Mel Gibson (bit of a mental racist) makes a new film that's actually quite decent, do people all say, "You can say what you want about Gibson, but my word, he's a good actor"? Nobody in their right mind says this. Except misguided imbeciles. We know Gibson is quite good on the whole, he always has been. He doesn't need to be then overly-praised because of and in spite of his drunken, racist misgivings. Just think about what the football media are actually saying about Suarez. It's total madness.
Luis Suarez is so accepted as a blatant cheat that not one Sky, BBC or any other media person (to my knowledge) mentioned the fact that he faked being fouled and then faked injury to get Fabricio Coloccini sent off. I've never heard the word 'intent' used so much in all my life when 'experts' analysed what happened. What about Suarez's intent to get a player who never touched him sent off? I intended to woo the girl next door by serenading her into my bed, she told me to get lost. I don't count this as me getting my end away. So why should Colo's clear miss 'kick' which he clearly pulled out of, count as serious foul play? The fact the word coward has been thrown at our captain by Chris Coleman than regurgitated through some newspapers, is beyond a joke.
Suarez is a disgusting role model and I find the level of acceptance for his disgrace even more disgusting. When people start over-praising scum bags' abilities, based on the fact because they are above their lack of ability as a human being...it's sickening.
You can say what you want about Jimmy Savile, but my word, he did some great work for charity...
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