‘Someone Must Tell Luis Suarez to Stop It’, Says Liverpool Legend Roger Hunt: The Daily EPL
Former Liverpool striker Roger Hunt, a member of England’s team that won the World Cup in 1966 and a footballer who won two top-flight titles with the Reds, has come out and said that someone at Anfield needs to tell Luis Suarez to stop taking theatrical dives.
“I think he’s got the reputation now and sometimes it probably is a penalty, but with his reputation the referees won’t give him one,” said Hunt. ”Someone must tell him to stop it, just play football. He doesn’t have to do all that.”
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Here are today’s Premier League news headlines:
- ‘Someone must tell Luis Suarez to stop it’, says former Liverpool striker Roger Hunt — The Independent
- No stadium deal but Newcastle confirms Wonga as ‘lead commercial sponsor’ for next 4 years — SportsPro
- Ashley Cole makes personal apology to FA chairman David Bernstein — The Independent
- Gaston Ramirez faces six-week layoff after ‘dead leg’ — Premier League
- Bolton have sacked manager Owen Coyle — The Independent
- Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney revels in role of midfield diamond — The Guardian
- Former Liverpool footballer Adam Hammill held after paramedic assault — BBC Sport
- All of the bad challenges & refused penalties suffered by Luis Suarez this season — 101 Great Goals
- David Moyes and Steven Fletcher win Manager and Player of the Month — The Daily Mail
- Manchester United top replica kit sales chart: A brief history of jerseys — The Independent
- Roy Hodgson says Ashley Cole’s England position is not at risk — The Guardian
- Shinji Kagawa stars with Beat Box performer Afra in new Adidas advert — 101 Great Goals
- Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard miss training at St George’s Park — The Guardian
- Another soccer blog bites the dust — The Spoiler
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