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FERNANDO TORRES

Chelsea striker Fernando Torres not selected for Spain

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Luis Cubilla (left): Footballer and coach with Uruguay and Paraguay

Luis Cubilla: Footballer and coach with Uruguay and Paraguay

Luis Cubilla, who died on 3 March at the age of 72 from stomach cancer, was a former Uruguay footballer who played in three World Cups for his country. He then went into coaching, and twice won the Libertadores Cup – the South American equivalent of the Champions League – with the Paraguayan side Olimpia.

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Luis Suarez compared to Lionel Messi by his Liverpool team-mate Jose Enrique

The Liverpool striker is enjoying an incredible season

<b>Pepe Reina</b><br/>
Pepe Reina has seemingly always been linked with a move away from Liverpool, with United touted as one possible destination. However, with Victor Valdes announcing he will leave Barcelona, it's thought Reina will be approached to replace him. A return to the club he started his career at is sure to appeal more than a move to Liverpool's greatest rivals.

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Luis Suarez (right) ‘has been phenomenal’, claims Rodgers

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Tomorrow’s encounter really does feel like a symmetrical Robin van Persie versus Luis Suarez shoot-out

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Liverpool striker Luis Suarez

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Suarez intends to stay at Liverpool for “a very long time”

Luis Suarez vows to stay at Liverpool

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Luis Suarez

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Liverpool striker Luis Suarez in action against Stoke

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In Spanish there's a phrase for what Suarez gets up to...

Given what happened over the past week, today's opposition and the controversy he generally attracts, many might expect Luis Suarez to take a rather northern European approach to all the negative attention at Old Trafford: keep his head down, do his job, try to make headlines for the right reasons.

<b>Discipline</b><br/>
<b>Yellow/Red Cards </b><br/>
Van Persie – 7/0 <br/>
Suarez – 4/0<br/>
Despite his reputation, Suarez has picked up fewer bookings than Van Persie this season. However he has courted controversy over diving and more recently for using his hand in the build-up to scoring against Mansfield. Van Persie on the other hand continues to attract widespread praise as his dream 18-months continue.

Luis Suarez 'has been admirable' says Brendan Rodgers

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