The Stoke city manager Tony Pulis has said that the English FA should be taking action on the Liverpool striker Luis Suarez after his theatrics in the match against Stoke city during the weekend. Stoke city were the visitors to Anfield during the weekend and they have not won at this ground for a record 49 years. They have frustrated Liverpool in the last few seasons and this fixture has finished as a 0-0 draw. It was the case once again as Stoke city defended valiantly throughout the match. Liverpool created numerous chances, but failed to take them as usual.
However, the Stoke city manager Tony Pulis was more concerned about the theatrics of the star striker Luis Suarez. Tony Pulis has made no secret of the fact that he would like to see diving eliminated from the game. Luis Suarez was guilty of going down to easily on numerous occasions according to the Stoke city manager, who has called for a ban from the English FA for the Liverpool striker. He has also highlighted the Liverpool defender Glen Johnson, who did not complain too much about a fair tackle from Stoke city player during the match. As a result of this draw, Liverpool continue to sit below the top half of the table.
“I’ve been on about and banging the drum about people who fall over and in one incident in the second half it’s an embarrassment. The FA should be looking at this. Give him three games [banned] and he will stop falling over. We are disappointed with the amount of bookings that we got and we are disappointed that maybe one or two of the Liverpool players weren’t booked. Suarez is a fantastic player with great ability. He is a handful and he is the one player we are frightened to death about,” said Tony Pulis.