Monday, 5 November 2012

This Luis Suarez Love-Fest Is Sickening

I hardly ever write about other teams players (unless I am mocking little Michael Owen) but I find this complete love-fest for Luis Suarez after his 'performance' against NUFC very distasteful and it needs to stop.

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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64 comments:

  1. Unusual to see racism and stupidity used to such insignificant effect.

    Steve

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  2. Hahahaha...you too? Bitter much? What a silly rant, grow up.

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  3. Oh dear, Suarez must have had you crying into your meat pie and cider on Sunday when he equalised. You are such a bitter, twisted little man. Maybe because you have probably never seen Newcsatle win a bean in your life? Oh yes you have sorry, promotion to the Premiership.

    And to mention Jimmy Saville? You my friend are quite simply a sick w@nker.

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  4. Hmmm...Can you get the you tube clip of James Perch getting reina sent off please? Also the one where Emre racially abused Yobo of Everton would also be good. Thanks

    You arent the sharpest tool in teh box are you?

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  5. Can you get the YouTube clip of James Perch getting Reina sent off please? Also the one of Emre racially abusing Joseph Yobo would be great too...

    Thanks

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  6. Luis Suarez is a family man, married with a young child. He even moved half way across the world to be with his childhood sweetheart. Yet you seem to think he represents everything that is wrong with the world.

    Look around, men from this country his age are sleeping around, getting in drunken brawls, sponging off tax payers, yet Luis Suarez is so much worse? Ok then.

    He's a little scumbag on the pitch, i say that as a Liverpool fan, but he's win at all costs, he doesn't cross that white line to make friends, he does it to win.

    Where are the stories about his private life? That's right, there are none, because off the pitch he's the perfect gentleman.

    You can be critical of his attitude on the pitch, but that doesn't represent the man.

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  7. what a load of rubbish posted by this IDIOT. yes all players have their moments but too call him a disgusting human being is totally unfair. U must be a m.u supporter.

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  8. Hey Lil man ... looks like Suarez did have a good night with ur momma..no wonder ur p!ssed!!

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  9. Yes Jimmy Savile worked well for charities, Oh and he scored a lot too, when he played at Underage level.
    As a football player, Suarez is brilliant, he always provides drama, and has skill most players can only dream of, Collocini for example.


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  10. I'm predicting the little weasel that wrote this will take it down within the hour. Clearly public opinion doesn't match his narrow northeastern fantasy.

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  11. u are one silly little girl if i was luis suarez id be suing you for defamation of character and slander you bitter little c*nt!

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  12. your talking shite, you knobhead , bet you wish he played for you????

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  13. **** **** **** **** **** **** **** can't put enough 4 letter words in to describe you - there aren't that many around

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  14. Haha, just as I was losing faith in humanity reading your ridiculous rant, I am now cheered to realise you are all on your own in you're frighteningly misguided interpretation of some well deserved praise for a top player!

    Anyone who isn't well versed in Suarez's previous misdemeanour's could be forgiven for thinking you are prattling on about somebody who makes Joey Barton look like the son of God incarnate!

    Fucking grow up!!

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  15. Coloccini's assault got him sent off !!! if it happened to any Newcastle player you would be calling for a life long ban !! Cop on u muppet !!

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  16. Toon fans remain the dumbest in the league, bless them ... this is just another laughable example!

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  17. You little scumbag toonbano,bitter little child indeed aren't we ? Still sucking on mommys tittys at 45 years of age,getting mommy to clean yeah room and do your tea.Bet your dad is jimmy saville in disguise,that's why your so bitter...

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  18. Keep these bad boys coming Scousers. It's comedy gold.

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  19. The lack of intelligence used in this article is verging on the criminal.

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  20. Coloccini pure scum,oh how i love suarez so so much,have i told u how much i love suarez ,baldy shearer wouldnt lace suarez boots

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  21. You twisted little man. As a Liverpool fan I have a lot of respect for Newcastle and I won't let the crap dripping off your bitter tongue change that. But the fact that you even mention Savile in the same article as Suarez proves to me what a warped, alcohol-fueled, pathetic little mind vomited up that bile. Do yourself a favour chum, stay away from writing. You have no talent for it.

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  22. Suarez took distin out miles after the ball had been played and could have snapped his ankle. The worst tackle of the game was sterling on cisse again nearly a broken ankle. Coloccini thought about snapping suarez but pulled out at the last minute. Suarez is class but such a diving cheat. Anyone else think it was handball for his goal?

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    1. A slight use of the inner shoulder. Nicely spotted. ; D

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    2. Shoulder is not a handball. What was nicely spotted.

      Point is rubbish cause theres no merit to it

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    3. Yes I know. But the fact he spotted a slight suspicion, albeit very small, was more than any of the 'experts' managed to. It took something special to control that the way he did...the inner arm would have been perfect. ; D (before you go on a rage, i'm joking)

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    4. Its a little thing man i know but its not relevant it wasnt picked up cause it was no where near a handball thats all. Not close at all

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  23. I love the focus on the exaggerated, not to be taken seriously Savile line. Don't ignore the actual issue will you?

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  24. Oh wake up u spanner,it was NEVER a hand ball,suarez is class and refs neef to grow balls and give pens when he is fouled,if he played for manure united hed get pens all day long

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  25. Suarez is an awesome player with a gravity problem. Don't let his poor efforts at cheating take away from what a class act he can be ;) That's why theres a love-in when he plays like that.

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    1. Finally a comment you can take seriously. I have no problem praising Suarez when he plays well. But there is a sub-conscience overboard reaction whenever he does. This comes from the fact of his unfortunate misdemeanour's. That's what sickens me. Its the media's attitude towards him, not Suarez himself. He is what he is. Would Suarez have received this much praise if he was a decent pro like 99% of everyone else?

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    2. I dont see an over reaction. If anything the post that started all this is a disgusting over reaction.

      On the pitch i hate to see diving Im a pool fan i hate it. Its cheating in football and i would love to see bans for this. ^ games min, that will get managers to get there players to stop. Not fines its a waste no point at all.
      On the pitch hes a little shit but ONLY on the pitch. Will never agree to his diving but for anyone to describe like that is just ignorant.
      But hes a top top player so the praise he gets is justified. If you look at his racist comments, hes reasoning behind it not as bad cuase of where hes from i dont know he doesnt seem to be a racist he plays with a lot of different nationalities at Pool so id think they would know.
      He knows he cant say it anymore if he ever does it again theres not gonna be much defending him. But Terry how the hell he get away with 4 game ban. England captain gets that its a joke.

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    3. Everything he does whether it be good or bad, gets major headlines. We had a player Joey Barton here who got similar type of headlines. I understand its difficult for Liverpool fans to see it, but from the outside looking in and listening to certain media outlets such as Sky and even BBC, they LOVE talking about him. They wouldn't love to talk about half as much if it weren't for the racism issue and cheating on the field. This is what disgusts me. Basically, if he never had the racism thing and didn't cheat, he wouldn't receive as much 'praise'. Its a reverse psychological mentality the football media seem to be totally ignorant to. Its just wrong.

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  26. Just a heads up buddy, a Liverpool fc forum have contacted Suarez representatives urging his legal people to sue you for slander, probably nothing will come of it as this isn't a major blog and maybe you are just trolling and looking for attention but it's getting riskier these days to say the extreme stuff you said here about a public figure without getting the police involved or at a minimum getting your site taken down, not sure how to link to the forum here but site is called the liverpool way

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    1. Jen Chang isn't involved is he...? : o

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    2. Who? Is he the moderator? Go to the forum and find out for yourself - in the members area

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    3. No, that was just a joke about something else. Never mind.

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  27. What 'actual issue' is that then?

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    1. Football media's attitude towards him.

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  28. Lol, what a retarded blog. Get over it you moron. Suarez > Ba & Cisse.

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  29. "Suarez is a disgusting human being" - Fucking hell get some perspective you thick Geordie cunt. The lads not a rapist, murderer or child abuser. He's a footballer with a habit of been over-dramatic and to be fair was involved himself in a race row ..but hey Stuart Pearce racially abused Paul Ince back in the day and everyone loves him nowadays, so I reckon a degree of forgiveness should be awarded. A Geordie though getting precious about racism :D some of the worse racist abuse I hear comes from my north-eastern pals.

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    1. I admit that was a bit strong. I take that bit back.

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  30. Haha expect a mail of call soon with a DMCA notice you moron

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  31. This guy is amazing! talk about kick the hornets nest or what...There is nothing better then a bitter football fan coming out on the attack when he knows his team got played around the park. Suarez is brilliant there is no doubt about it and yes he dives and exaggerates when he gets hit but that's been in the game way before he even came to liverpool. Coloccini got owned like a school boy all night and he got angry simple as that if he was pulling away from that tackle he would not be doing so with his studs still up. At the end of the day it was a good open game of football with liverpool unlucky not to win it.

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  32. A few comments firstly. Collocini, yes, red card for intent - no arguments here, but calling him a coward is just daft - especially from Chris Coleman, who isn't fit to lace his boots. Secondly, as a footballer, Suarez is an outstanding player, and, if he shed his reputation, has the potential to be one of the worlds best. However, he has his faults, one of which is simulation (there are others in the league before you call for my head), but he seems to more prevalent than others. It's been shown that Coloccini didn't make contact, so why did Suarez go down like he's been shot, rolling around etc. Football needs to stamp out (no pun intended) this in all forms, and until they do, it will only get worse. And for the record, how was Sterlings challenge not deemed yellow card?

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    1. I've still not seen that Sterling incident. I missed it live and have not seen it anywhere else afterwards. Probably says a lot about certain biases in football media...but thats another issue that shall be left for now. ; D

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  33. describing a foreign national as a dirty, filthy, cheat makes you racist as well, but as you are a twat you will be known primarily as that instead.

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    1. Why does the fact he happens to be a foreign national mean that that comment is racist. He wasn't calling him a cheat because he's foreign but because it's commonly perceived that he dives more than most.



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  34. As an LFC fan I know Suárez goes down easily at times and it can be frustrating to watch. But he also takes his fair share of hard tackles without getting a freekick or penalty (Norwich). I don't think any of the praise has gone overboard. It was a brilliant goal, and not something we're all that used to. Now imagine if the saint that is Rooney had scored that goal..?

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    1. Rooney would not have had half of the media coverage for scoring that goal. Because it'a expected from him. If you judge Suarez on his football ability, he is also capable. But because the media know him best as, lets say, a 'controversial' figure. They go overboard as if nobody expects it. It's my views on the media that are the heart of this article. Suarez is a good player, I have always known this before he played for LFC. Do you see what I am getting at. It was a similar thing with Barton for us, but he never got praised. hehehe

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    2. I understand your point, but taking it to the extreme is hardly the way to go when you want your point to be taken seriously. I seriously wouldn't have expected that goal from anyone, well, maybe Messi or Ronaldo, and I think we wouldn't be hearing the end of it if Rooney had done that. Please do not compare Suárez to Barton EVER again! hehe

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    3. Well Demba Ba scored a more difficult and better goal in my opinion away at Reading, but he received a very small amount of praise. In fact, most people wanted to talk about the accidental handball for the second goal instead. Typical.

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  35. You only hate Suarez cuz he's brilliant and Newcastle players are rubbish and now I know when Suarez scores you're gonna be sitting somewhere sick and depressed and that will put a smile on my face cuz Suarez is on fire right now..

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  36. had a bad childhood, did ya...

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  37. I tell you what's more sickening:

    Stupid, fantasist, inbred, delusional, gimpy Geordies.

    Enjoy the dizzy heights of 10th.

    In Ashley We Trust.

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  38. I hate Liverpool but i have to admit that Luis Suarez is one of the best footballers i have seen in my life...and i am no too young.

    Arsenal needs him and so Chelsea.

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  39. I think Toonbano pooped his pants once he was told that Suarez & his Lawyers were being told of the content of his blog. The change in attitude is palpable.

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    1. There's no change. Feel exactly the same way as I did when I wrote this. The hype over his performance and his goal is born from the fact he is otherwise in the headlines for things that bring the game into new depths.

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  40. Geordie fan has turned into a Manc!!! Bitter and twisted!!:-P

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  41. Right, so from what I gathered by this rabble and the accompanying comments. The writer is disgusted in the way Suarez is portrayed in a positive light when his football ability outshines any controversy and somehow finds a way to blame the player? Like the player has any control over what the Fleet Street morons choose to print and what not. I really don’t understand this perspective.

    Here we have arguably the most hated player in the Premier League era. Rightly or wrongly, subject to carte blanche abuse for the best part of his time in England, being blamed for the things written positive/negative about him. Unbelievable.

    With all due respect, pull your head in mate. Suarez did absolutely nothing wrong yesterday, in fact in the majority of his games he does absolutely nothing wrong. Shame that 1 or 2 incidents get amplified by the press to pull the wool over the public’s eyes. This is 2012, football the act of kicking he pigskin around doesn’t cut it anymore. The Premier League needs a narrative, every story needs a villain.

    Also, the pic up the top, fancy showing the same still 2-3 frames afterwards?
    No contact?!?!?? C’mon…..

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  42. Well that's where you read the article wrong. My disdain is with the press going completely over the top for Suarez. I then go into why it's over the top and the reason's why Saurez has such a high profile which sicken me in 2 ways. a) what those issues are. b) how the footballing world elevates him into more than he is because of them.

    To sum it up as simply as I can: If Suarez never had the racism issue and didn't dive and cheat most weeks, then his profile wouldn't be as high as it is. Therefore he would not receive this totally over the top 'praise' when he actually does something right. Suarez deserves recognition for his performance on Sunday like anybody else, but they wouldn't have received this much. Not as much as a player with a racism charge, a proven diver and cheat.

    The whole thing from every level sickens me. His profile as a player has been risen to new heights off the back of things none of us want in the game. It's just plain wrong.

    Do you get it now?

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  43. Fair enough, if that's your point you haven't articulated it very well. Seems your gripe is with the media not the person. Once again, how is it his fault? He could build a hundred orphanages and cure world hunger and there'd still be a negative angle for a scribe to grind. Do you think the player would want this profile? Yeh I'm sure his agent is knocking back dozens of offers a day from sponsors who desperately want their brand linked with the most disliked player in the league.

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  44. I think I make that point quite clear. It'll be your defensive nature over Suarez clouding the way you read probably.

    Well whos fault's that? He has created this reputation and negative profile himself. What gets me the most is he blatantly refuses to change or to try and improve it. If he wants to get a fair crack at winning penalties then stop diving. If he wanted dismiss the image of a racist, then shake Evra's hand. I've no sypmathy for him whatsoever.

    He says in the press I dont get a fair deal off referees, then immediately does that ridiculous dive against Stoke.

    He has had no control over the press he has received over the past couple days, have I blamed him for this? Of course not. Why would I? He has no control over it like you say. Tell me something I don't know. What point are you trying to make with that? Makes no sense.

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  45. What a player!!!

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    1. Yep scored two good goals...then ruins it by stamping on someones leg, almost causing serious injury. AGAIN.

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