Suarez asks Liverpool fans to be calm
Luis Suarez has asked Liverpool fans to try and keep calm during the Reds’ last four Premier League games this season, Sky Sports has reported.
Brendan Rodgers’ side are four games away from the title, leading the league by two points from Chelsea with the Blues still to come to Anfield. Third-place Manchester City were put to the sword in Liverpool’s last outing but Suarez doesn’t want the supporters getting ahead of themselves.
“It's normal for the supporters to get excited and be discussing our chances,” he said. “When I'm out shopping or out with my family I bump into fans who mention it to me. I've told them to stay calm and not to worry. We'll be trying our best.
“For the players, it's probably best if we don't get involved in that kind of talk. Personally, I think that if I don't watch TV, listen to the radio or read about us on the internet it's better. I know what the situation is.
“Winning the title would be very special but we can't think about that yet.”
Suarez has 29 league goals to his name this season and will be part of the Liverpool XI that travels to Carrow Road to play Norwich City on Sunday.
The Uruguay international has scored 11 goals in his five games against the Canaries, including four goals in a 5-1 win on Merseyside in December. His last two away games against Neil Adams’ side have produced hat-tricks.
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