Dalglish anger at Suarez Treatment

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has defended his striker Luis Suarez, as he believes the Uruguayan is being victimised not only by the opposition, but as a result then fans and The FA as well.

Dalglish has already this season been vociferous in denying charges of racism and more recently of a hand gesture to the Fulham supporters against Suarez.

The Daily Mirror reports that Dalglish went to the FA to talk about the victimisation of his player and how the constant accusations of diving and undermining of Suarez has led to poor treatment by referees who are falling for the taunts.

Dalglish also levelled the same point at the FA: “They cannot stop him on the pitch, so they try and stop him other ways off the pitch. They’re trying to put things into people’s minds, to get into their brains.”

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