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Suarez has gone through hell on earth with Liverpool, as a result of unfair treatment from the FA. The eight-match ban received almost a year ago, as well as the consistency in jeers on every away trip may irritate Suarez and his fans, but Suarez has become closer to the club as a result of their support.
Suarez gives everything to the club, day in, day out.
After each game, Suarez uses a genuine Twitter account to update, inform and, most importantly, thank fans. This alone proves that Suarez does not take the support given to him for granted.
A couple of weeks ago, a mother of a disabled child gave an account of Suarez. She had taken her disabled son to see Liverpool, with the hope of meeting first-team players. Unfortunately, they saw none. On the way back from Anfield, Suarez drove past the child and his mother, got out his car and offered pictures and an autograph.
This captivates Suarez's appreciation for the support given to him, and his desire to return as much as he can, on the pitch and off it.
It seems fair to say that Suarez loves the fans as much as the fans love him.