The Uruguayan’s autobiography has been revealing
Luis Suarez’s new autobiography “Crossing the Line” has revealed a lot about the controversial star. Now at Barcelona, the book covers his time at Liverpool and the recent World Cup.
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The 27-year-old had a lot to talk about, with incidents involving biting and racism taking centre stage.
7) Brendan Rodgers’ man management
Throughout the book Suarez’s respect for the Liverpool boss is evident. His man management is constantly praised, and this is a testament to how the Northern Irishman is capable of dealing with difficult players.