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At this moment in time, where Brendan Rodgers, Luis Suarez is the only player likely to start that provides a bit of flair and unpredictability. Joe Cole is a similar player, but is unlikely to feature as much as Liverpol's second-best player.
Suarez needs to deliver. By deliver, I mean the following:
Finishing. Suarez's movement leaves nothing to be desired. His determination too, is second to none. However, his finishing is so often left wanting. The woodwork, goalkeeper or desire to do the incredible have too often got in the way of goals for the Uruguayan.
Too often the chip has been favoured to the old "putting your lace through it". Sometimes it pays off. Sometimes, "it" being one wonder goal in 38 games.
Secondly, and maybe more importantly, his antics.
There's nothing wrong with enthusiasm. In fact, it's a comendable attribute that can't be taught. Suarez takes enthusiasm to a new level, a level where instead of applause, you get eight match bans.
The incident mentioned above is open to debate, but even the most die-hard Liverpool fan (like myself) must admit that Suarez must improve his handling of himself.
Let the football do the talking.
Aside from that, Suarez remains a top-class footballer and will be instrumental to Liverpool next season, and hopefully a couple after that.