Luis Suarez has been named as the Footballer of the Year by the football writers Association, as the striker will be adding more glory to his individual accolades. He has already won the PFA player of the year by beating the likes of Eden Hazard and Yaya Touré. He is on course to helping Liverpool to win the first league title in 24 years, but he has been stating constantly that he will be putting team performance ahead of personal motivation. Suarez has already won league titles before his career, but to win it with Liverpool will be extremely special.
The turnaround comes within months of Suarez receiving a 10 match suspension from the FA for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic when the two sides met each of last season. It seems that he has firmly put this incident in the back of his mind.
He has scored 30 goals in the league alone this season, and is tipped to add to is according to the belgique algerie cote website. He has the opportunity to further increase its tally when Liverpool take on Crystal Palace, who are safe from the threat of relegation, and Newcastle, who have been on a very poor run of form, on the final day of the season.
The player will be receiving this award towards the end of the season. FWA chairman Andy Dunn stated that Suarez has been the most impressive player this season by a long-distance.
“Tireless endeavour allied to extraordinary imagination makes an irresistible combination. Add ingenious, impudent finishing and you have a footballer who truly quickens the pulse,” said Andy Dunn. “To know that he’s happy is important, like it is with all of our players. It’s very important that we have players here that are content, happy and focused on Liverpool,” said Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers. Suarez signed a new long-term contract only in September.