time as he's banned from playing for Barcelona
and does not feel any extra pressure as he is
edging closer to his return
Sep 5, 2014 10:40:03
Luis Suarez has admitted
that it's not easy for him to
watch Barcelona in action
without being able to help
his team-mates on the pitch.
The Uruguayan attacker was
handed a heavy suspension
after biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini at the
World Cup and will be forced to watch his team
from the sidelines until October 25 as a result.
And the former Liverpool and Ajax star says he is
finding it extremely difficult to cope with the la
"The truth is that I am really suffering," Suarez was
quoted as saying by Marca.
"I'm banned for quite a few games and I have only
missed a few now. I feel so powerless that I'm not
able to do anything from the outside.
"I can only talk and scream. It's the only thing I can
do. I have to accept my situation, though."
The attacker then went on to stress that he doesn't
feel any pressure to return to the pitch after his
suspension for biting an opponent.
"I know that I have to be very cautious. I am calm
about it because I used to live in England and went
through a similar situation there. I am used to
playing under this pressure. I don't feel any extra
pressure because all eyes will be on me.
"You have to be wary and take responsibility after
everything that happened to me. I have to be smart
in this regard."