@RorySmith
Rory Smith
a day ago
Luis Suárez looked finished last summer. Barcelona rejected him. The allegations of the Perugia prosecutor’s office humiliated him. Six months later, he’s a player reborn. But is that because he has something to rage against, or is it because doesn’t? https://t.co/l3OavT1LCE
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@sidlowe
Sid Lowe
a day ago
@RorySmith I will be looking beyond the inevitable bite in the headline to read what I am sure will be marvelous words in the article 😉
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@kinnievelly
Vinnie
a day ago
@RorySmith unfortunate headline, but great piece rory, enjoyed it.
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@baris_koybasi
Baris K
a day ago
@RorySmith I see what you did there 👀
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@MartinCasey1974
Sonny
a day ago
@RorySmith And why does he always wear a bandage on his wrist??
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@RahulSundar37
Rahul Sundar
a day ago
@RorySmith Well that was an abrupt end to the article
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@BrokenNixon
Broken Nixon
a day ago
@RorySmith It’s because he was performing really well in his last season for Barcelona until he got injured
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@iamrobertwil
Robert Wilson
a day ago
@RorySmith @nytimes Everyone with their thoughts. Maybe he's just trying to impress fans or Maybe a rage against..
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@KahnMarco
Marco Antonio Kahn
a day ago
@RorySmith @nytimes You can’t be the central forward of your team when you have to pass the ball to Messi instead of scoring. The biggest problem of Barcelona is Messi
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@MichaelLorienz
Michael lorienz
a day ago
@RorySmith @nytimes Luis is a great player surrounded by lazy controversies. His circle needs to change a bit.
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@MattBecker446
Matthew Becker
a day ago
@RorySmith @nytimes Unfortunate headline given Suarez’s history of suspensions, including from a World Cup, for biting opponents. Other than that, nice work.
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