Luis Suarez has been outstanding amongst other strikers on the planet over the most recent couple of years, however, this season, things haven’t gone well for him. However, the Uruguayan has uncovered why he’s told one of his teammates off this season.
Sometime in the distant past, Barcelona’s MSN frightened the total hell out of the greater part of the defences in world football. Now it’s been split up and it has left Luis Suarez fumbling, even if Lionel Messi is proceeding with his form.
Neymar clearly left Barcelona for PSG for an absurd £198 million in the summer and afterwards with MSN reduced to MS the S has apparently failed with Luis Suarez having ‘only’ scored three times in eight La Liga starts.
That has left Messi to pick up the pieces alone. Admittedly, it’s not the worst player to leave all the weight to. In any case, the La Liga pioneers can’t depend on their superstar all season on the off chance that they are to stay top.
In spite of his poor shape, Suarez was still observed berating partner Gerard Deulofeu amid a match and in a meeting with SPORT, the striker clarified why he was uncovering the previous Everton player, saying:
“He is a player with experience. He has played in big leagues and what he has to do is listen to advice, not just from forwards, but from the manager. He is doing that and he’s learning. He’s not the only player I’ve given a ticking-off to. We all do it. People tell me off, too!”
Suarez was inquired as to whether he felt that the change from Luis Enrique to Ernesto Valverde as manager was the purpose behind his lack of form and the former Ajax man stated, “That’s the least of it. Obviously, when there’s a player like Ney, it is different.
“But it’s not the manager who asks me to play there [on the left], I go there because I see there’s no one there. The manager knows where I can perform, what my position is and where I feel comfortable. If I go the the left, it’s because I see space, not because of the system.”
Also, he insisted he’s not on edge about his form adding, “I don’t think there’s been any anxiety. Anxious would be to have the ball and try to beat five players. In that sense, I’m calm.
“I remember a play against Malaga when Sergi Roberto gave me the ball and before shooting I was laughing because I knew I was going to miss, due to the moment I’m going through. In another moment, I’d have caught it wrong and it would have gone in. I know that when one goes in, a lot more will start to go in.”