Luis Suárez

Monday, January 30, 2012

He began his professional career at Nacional in Montevideo in 2006, at age 19, he moved to Holland to play for Groningen in the Eredivisie he is Luis Alberto Suárez Díaz commonly known as Luis Suarez, Uruguay is the player who played for Liverpool and the Uruguay national team.

The following year he was named club captain, leading the Eredivisie in scoring with 35 goals in 33 games and was named Dutch Player of the Year. He scored 49 goals in all competitions and Ajax won the KNVB Cup. In the 2010-11 season he scored one goal hundredth Ajax and joined an elite group of players from clubs, including Johan Cruyff, Marco van Basten and Dennis Bergkamp, to do so.

Suárez represent Uruguay at youth level in the World Cup U 2007-20. In the 2010 World Cup he played a key role in Uruguay finish fourth and scored three goals. In 2011, Suarez scored four goals for Uruguay because they won the Copa América record fifteenth, and he was named the Tournament Players.

Personal Information
Full name : Luis Alberto Suárez Díaz
Date of birth : 24 January 1987 (age 25)
Place of birth : Salto, Uruguay
Height : 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in)
Playing position : Forward

Club Information
Current club : Liverpool
Number : 7

Club Career

Suárez joined local side Nacional's youth team at the age of 14. One night he was caught drinking and Partying, and his coach would never play Suárez Threatened Unless he started playing football more Seriously. Suárez was found by a group of Scouts from the Dutch club Groningen They were the resource persons in Uruguay to watch another player. They watched as, he won and converted a penalty and scored a "wonder goal" against Defensor.

Suárez was 19 years old  he went to play for Groningen. Initially he struggled Because he did not know Dutch or Classic, and he played on the second team to adjust to the Dutch game. Suárez scored goals for Groningen, but he also Had disciplinary problems; in one five-game stretch in January 2007, he scored four goals but received three yellow cards and one red card. Suárez ended with 10 goals in 29 league Appearances to help Groningen finish eighth in the Eredivisie 2006-07. Ajax saw potential in Suárez and Offered Groningen € 3.5 million for him, but Groningen rejected the deal.

Ajax finished second in league in the 2007-08 season and Suárez scored 17 goals in 33 league Appearances. During the 2008-09 season, Ajax coach Marco van Basten noted how Suárez played an Important role in many of Ajax's goals, but van Basten was also upset by the number of yellow cards received Suárez. Ajax ended the season in third place. Suárez scored 22 goals in 31 league games and finished second in the scoring tables, one goal behind Mounir El Hamdaoui of AZ; Suárez Ajax was named Player of the Year.

Suárez started scoring goals early in the season with a hat trick in a 4-1 win against RKC Waalwijk. Suárez ended the season as the Eredivisie's top scorer with 35 goals in 33 games and Had 49 goals in all Competitions. Other European clubs began to show Their interest in Suárez Because of the number of goals Suárez was scoring for Ajax; his play That summer at the 2010 World Cup Increased Their interest. Soon after Suárez returned from his World Cup campaign, he scored his one hundredth goal for Ajax in a 1-1 home draw against PAOK in a Champions League qualifier. The KNVB Increased Suárez's suspension to seven league matches. 

During the suspension Ajax was in contact with other European clubs interested in Suárez; on 28 January 2011 They accepted a € 26.5 million (£ 22.8 million) offer for Suárez Classic club from Liverpool. Despite leaving while suspended, Suárez Departed Ajax on good terms, and he was given a farewell sendoff after an Ajax game. Ajax ended the 2010-11 season as the Eredivisie champions and Suárez was given a winner's medal for his seven goals in 13 Appearances. Recognized Suárez Ajax Legends, Van Basten, Bergkamp, Frank de Boer and Henk ten Cate, for teaching him about football During his time at the club.

 Until the arrival of Andy Carroll from Newcastle United A Few hours later, Suárez was Liverpool's most expensive signing. Suárez made his Liverpool debut on 2 February against Stoke City at Anfield in a 2-0 win; he came on as a substitute and scored Liverpool's second goal in front of the Kop in the sixty-third minute. He was one of Liverpool's best players During his partial season and helped Liverpool go from Twelfth in the league in mid-January to finish sixth. Suárez began Liverpool's 2011-12 Premier League season by missing a penalty and scoring the opening goal in a 1-1 draw against Sunderland. On 7 December, the FA charged with improper conduct Suárez "in relation to an alleged gesture made Towards the Fulham fans" at the end of Liverpool's match at Craven Cottage on 5 December. Suárez admitted the charge and this resulted in a one-match ban.

2011 Racial abuse incident
After a 1-1 draw against Manchester United on 15 October 2011, Suárez was accused of racially abusing Patrice Evra and the Classic Football Association opened up an investigation into the incident. On 16 November, the FA Suárez Announced it would charge with "abusive and / or insulting words and / or behavior contrary to FA rules", including "a reference to the ethnic origin and / or color and / or race of Patrice Evra." Liverpool F.C. released a statement announcing Suárez would plead innocent, adding That They would "Remain fully supportive" of him. On 20 December, the FA concluded a seven-day hearing, Suárez handing an eight-match ban and a £ 40,000 fine for racially abusing Evra.

To demonstrate support for Suarez, his team-mates and manager wore a T-shirt bearing Suarez's name and image before a match against Wigan. In a 115-page report, the FA said Suárez That "Damaged the image of Classic football around the world". The FA, while finding Evra to be a credible witness, declared That Suárez's evidence was unreliable and Inconsistent with the video footage. Suárez That Had claimed his use of the word 'nigger' to address Evra was conciliatory and friendly, but the FA rejected this claim as being "unsustainable and simply incredible given That the players were the resource persons engaged in an acrimonious argument."

International Career
Suárez was invited to play at the youth level for Uruguay in the qualifying rounds for the 2007 U-20 World Cup, but his club, Groningen, did not release him to play. He did play in the tournament proper, and he scored two goals in four Appearances. Suárez made his senior debut for Uruguay on 8 February 2007 in a 3-1 win against Columbia. Suárez played in 19 of 20 games in 2010 World Cup qualifying and the inter-Confederation playoffs and scored five goals.

2010 FIFA World Cup
In June 2010, Oscar Tabarez named Suárez to Uruguay's 23-man World Cup squad. In the second game, a 3-0 win over South Africa, Suárez drew a penalty and assisted Alvaro Pereira's stoppage-time goal. Uruguay won Group A and advanced to the knockout stage. During the round of 16 against South Korea, Suárez Both scored goals in a 2-1 win. Late in extra time, Ghana sent a free kick into the box; Suárez blocked Stephen Appiah's shot on the goal line. Uruguay won the shootout 4-2 and advanced to the semifinals.

While Suárez was suspended for the semi-final game for his red card against Ghana, Uruguay "lacked a second striker of Cunning and movement 'and lost 3-2 to the Netherlands. Suárez returned for the third place game against Germany; he was booed almost every time he Had the ball Because of his handball in the Ghana game. During the tournament, Suárez played 543 minutes in six Appearances, scored three goals and received a red card.

2011 Copa América
In the 2011 Copa América tournament, Suárez scored in Uruguay's opening game, a 1-1 draw with Peru. In the quarterfinals, Uruguay finished regulation and extra time tied at 1-1 with tournament hosts Argentina. Uruguay won the shootout 5-4 and Suarez converted his penalty. Both Suarez scored goals in Uruguay's 2-0 semifinal win over Peru and was named Man of the Match. Suárez scored four goals in the tournament and was named Player of the Tournament.

Playing Style
Suárez creates goal scoring chances with his powerful shot, aerial ability and "remarkable technical ability". Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez Suárez Called "a great forward, forwards Among the elite players in the world", and Liverpool coach Kenny Dalglish said, "he's intelligent, he's had a fantastic education at Ajax." Former Ajax coach Marco van Basten Suárez criticized for his tendency to pick up yellow cards. Former Liverpool player Mark Lawrenson claims Suárez That has a reputation for diving, although Dalglish denies these accusations.

Personal Life
Suárez was born in Salto, Uruguay, and is the fourth of seven brothers. In Montevideo, Suarez developed his football skills on the streets. When he was 11 he was invited to a youth national team football training camp, but he Had to decline the offer Because he Could not afford football boots. In When Suarez was in South Africa for the World Cup, he Became That involved in charity work supported solidarity. His older brother Paolo Suarez is also a professional football player plays for Isidro Metapán who in El Salvador




     Primera División : 2005-06

     Eredivisie : 2010-11
     KNVB Cup : 2009-10

     2010 World Cup : Fourth Place
     2011 Copa América : Winner

     Eredivisie Golden Boot : 2009-10
     KNVB Cup top goalscorer : 2009-10
     Dutch Footballer of the Year : 2009-10
     Ajax Player of the Year : 2008-09, 2009-10
     Ajax top goalscorer : 2008-09, 2009-10
     Copa América Player of the Tournament : 2011

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