Wait so is this like a regular thing at Anfield? Do they just let it wander haha?!
That would be freakin awesome.
Nah. Just someone being pretty funny. Clocked up like 20k followers in a day, though.
I've since seen the gif of the eye gouge, didn't even notice it at the time, leading me to believe it's just something that looks bad when zoomed in on and slowed down. And that karate kick was pretty damn bad, at least he was extremely apologetic. Liverpool do look an entirely different team with him our there, Horse-Man's lack of speed and positioning are so obvious when Suarez is zipping around the backline actually finding ways to involve the rest of the team. Also, £20 million for Downing ahahahahahah. Arnie, what do you think about the Saha pickup? He didn't seem all that useless for his few minutes of play.
Unfortunately I've been working an awful lot and missed the full games and only been able to catch highlights recently. Obviously I'm responding post-Newcastle now, so my opinion's been slightly altered.
Suarez is a disgusting player, and human really. He's known to cheat, dive, and just be a general fuck on the pitch. I doubt he's a racist, but he really is one of the worst players you can play against given what he does. He appealed vehemently for a handball in that game after handling himself in the Spurs' box. He should have been sent off for the incident with Parker, but couldn't get banned because the ref only booked him (unlike the Balotelli incident which saw him serve a 4 game suspension). It's no surprise, though. He dives and blatantly cheated against Ghana in the World Cup before celebrating when Gyan missed the penalty. He bit someone when playing for Ajax. He is just a horrible person, though he is a good footballer.
On Saha - the Liverpool game was probably Adebayor's worst Tottenham performance since he came to us. He's been poor in front of goal for a fair amount of the season, but his hold up and positional play was particularly bad in that game. Saha wasn't great, either, though he barely had much to work with, nor much time. The Newcastle game their interplay was fantastic, though. I'll be interested to see what happens when Defoe, Lennon and van der Vaart are all fit with Saha, though. Slightly worried Lennon won't see much time despite the fact I think we're 3 times the team with him in it than without. Still, as I've been saying for the last 3 seasons, it's a good time to be a Spurs fan after years of never quite getting where we should have for our attacking play (lack of CDM and solid defensive pairing was always essentially the reason, there).