Suarez seems an all round nice chap..

PeteUSA

Very well known Exeweb poster
Joined
Mar 9, 2004
Messages
17,833
Location
Avondale (Near Phoenix) Arizona, USA.
I know most on here were at the Liverpool game, but for those left with the TV coverage (which I thought was excellent), there was a brilliant bit at the final whistle, when a City fan had the balls to call to Suarez, who was sat at the end of the substitutes bench, call him over, and ask him if he could get a picture taken with him, while this woman, who I assume was his missus, took the picture! Suarez got as close to the seperation rail as he could to be in the picture with this fan, and produced a beaming smile for the the long winded taking of the portrait, before catching up with the rest of the team on their way out!

I thought that was a nice touch, and I couldnt imagine many other players of his status doing that.

Does anybody know who the fan is (he looked in his 40's), or weather he's an exewebber? I wouldnt mind seeing the picture on here.
 

Cheggers

Active member
Joined
Oct 8, 2006
Messages
2,035
Location
Exebridge, Dulverton
I know most on here were at the Liverpool game, but for those left with the TV coverage (which I thought was excellent), there was a brilliant bit at the final whistle, when a City fan had the balls to call to Suarez, who was sat at the end of the substitutes bench, call him over, and ask him if he could get a picture taken with him, while this woman, who I assume was his missus, took the picture! Suarez got as close to the seperation rail as he could to be in the picture with this fan, and produced a beaming smile for the the long winded taking of the portrait, before catching up with the rest of the team on their way out!

I thought that was a nice touch, and I couldnt imagine many other players of his status doing that.

Does anybody know who the fan is (he looked in his 40's), or weather he's an exewebber? I wouldnt mind seeing the picture on here.
Pete, have to say, all the players and backroom staff I had dealings with before, during and after the match were very amicible and willing to have the photos taken with fans and staff. As can be seen in the gallery on the club website, they even let me in the changing room to take photos. Not a Liverpool fan but they went up in my estimation. Liverpool FC thank you.
 

PeteUSA

Very well known Exeweb poster
Joined
Mar 9, 2004
Messages
17,833
Location
Avondale (Near Phoenix) Arizona, USA.
Pete, have to say, all the players and backroom staff I had dealings with before, during and after the match were very amicible and willing to have the photos taken with fans and staff. As can be seen in the gallery on the club website, they even let me in the changing room to take photos. Not a Liverpool fan but they went up in my estimation. Liverpool FC thank you.
Thats nice to read Keith, and I have to say that from the TV coverage, it appears that throughout the squad, and including Dalglish, they didnt appear in the slightest bit c*cky, particularly by not over-celebrating their goals, or arguing with refereeing decisions.

I must check out the gallery now for your pictures.
 

Cravat 2

Member
Joined
Nov 11, 2010
Messages
942
Ask the Ghanians if they think he's an all round nice chap.
He reacted instinctively and threw out an arm in desperation to prevent a goal against his team in a World Cup game. He was caught and sent off. They missed the penalty.

I'd hope for the same from Tommy Nichols if Exeter reached the FA Cup quarters! :)

Most of the England team would probably just be pleased to be out and heading back to their mansions!
 
Last edited:

flat_cap

Member
Joined
Jan 13, 2010
Messages
893
Location
Scoring offside goals for Exeweb
They were a right bunch of miserable tw*ts both when they arrived at the airport, and when they departed. Funny how their behaviour changes when the cameras are off. The only exception was Kenny Dalglish who was very thankful and a true gentleman, letting the female staff through security before him etc.
 

chrisnaan

Member
Joined
Mar 9, 2004
Messages
635
Location
Nailsea
The only exception was Kenny Dalglish who was very thankful and a true gentleman, letting the female staff through security before him etc.
Surely that's not the sort of sexist behaviour a family club like ours should be allowing. ;)
 

Mackster

Active member
Joined
May 22, 2007
Messages
4,133
Location
Maidstone
Since Kenny has taken over the scousers popularity has gone up. He is a proper football man and does have a real affinity with the fans. He was bit of miserable ******* last time he was in charge of 'Pool but now we are seeing that he has a real sense of humour (I'm not talking about signing Downing & Henderson for £40m).
 
Top