Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has hit out at the recent criticism directed at striker Luis Suarez, and claims it is a result of other players being unable to handle the Uruguayan, Sky
Suarez has recently been accused of racism by Manchester United’s Patrice Evra, and last weekend Paul Scharner made it clear he believed the 24-year-old dived to win a penalty against West Brom.
But Dalglish said: “I think people try and find it easy to criticise him because he is such a good player. Rather than wax lyrical about him they to find a fault that they see in him but isn’t really there.
“They can keep talking and the wee man will keep playing, running amok, going past people, creating chances, scoring a few goals.
“He has nothing to prove to anybody about his credibility and nothing to prove to anybody as a player who plays football.”
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