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Luis Suarez and Glen Johnson celebrate for Liverpool

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Steven Gerrard votes for Liverpool team-mate Luis Suarez to win the Ballon d'Or

Franck Ribery is the favourite to win the prestigious award

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Mourinho reportedly aimed the insult to the West Brom defender in the tunnel following the match amid a foul-mouthed exchange and a clash between the two sides

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The striker claims to have returned from suspension with a new attitude

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Steven Gerrard reveals he 'woke every morning', hoping Luis Suarez would remain at Liverpool over the summer

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The England striker has shown his best form during Suarez's suspension

Luis Suarez looks on during his Liverpool return against Manchester United

Luis Suarez is a 'street fighter' who has damaged the Liverpool brand, says managing director Ian Ayre

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Luis Suarez pictured on his return for Liverpool

Luis Suarez says 'it's very important I'm back' and vows to give his all after returning for Liverpool

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Luis Suarez dives into trouble on Peru trip

Luis Suarez is banned for indiscipline from Premier League matches but the controversial striker is still free to get up to his old tricks at international level.

Luis Suarez in training with the rest of the Liverpool squad

Liverpool could start with Luis Suarez on the wing once striker returns from ban as Brendan Rodgers sticks with the in-form Daniel Sturridge

Reds boss wants the Uruguayan to earn his place back in the squad after trying to force a summer move away from Anfield

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