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Gerrards hopes for Suarez


By Mighty Reds
January 4 2013

Steven Gerrard is hoping that Luis Suarez's goal scoring feats will continue against their rivals Manchester United in Liverpool's next league game.  Suarez has scored 15 goals up to now and Gerrard is impressed with Suarez's enthusiasm.

"The players in the Premier League are lucky they only have to test themselves against him twice a season,"

"They should be very glad of that because he's running rings around us every day all year round. We have to put up with it every day. He's a warrior.

"It's very rare to see in a centre-forward that mentality - that they never give up and fight for every ball.

"Even when you are 3-0 up, he's the same.  It's kids in the street stuff.  He's the same every day in training."

"It's nice in a strange way that Luis hasn't had more hat-tricks because he will want more goals,"

"Sometimes when forwards get hat-tricks they take their foot off the gas. I hope he's upset and went home angry on Wednesday night that he only got two.

"With a game against Man United coming up hopefully he's saving a few for them."

 

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04/01/2013 12:56
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