Liverpool’s top-scorer this season, Luis
Suarez has told manager, Kenny Dalglish that he wants to play every match for
the Anfield club, despite having only one-week’s rest since the end of last
The 24-year-old Suarez hardly missed a game
in the past two years for Ajax Amsterdam and now Liverpool, having infamously helped Uruguay to the
semi-finals of the 2010 World Cup before forming an integral part of the successful
Uruguayan team which lifted the Copa America title in July, sandwiched between three league seasons.
Despite this, the tricky forward turned
down the opportunity gain a breather and sit out Uruguay’s international
friendly against Ukraine, and travelled to Kharkiv and played the entire 90
Even when Dalglish tried to take matters
into his own hands, by placing Suarez on Liverpool’s substitute’s bench in
their trip to Arsenal, the Uruguayan was not impressed and clearly showed it a
week later after the Scotsman substituted him in Liverpool’s 3-1 win against
Bolton at Anfield.
“I want to play in all the games I can for
Liverpool,” he told British newspaper, the Daily Mirror.
“I don't want any rest at all. Despite only
having that week's training before playing again, I'm only 24 so I felt good. I
was glad to get back to training at Melwood as I had been missing that whole
atmosphere around the training ground and wanted to get back to playing at