Reds star hits back
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has hit back at Stoke boss Tony Pulis and has told him to focus his efforts on his own club.
Pulis was fuming with the player's antics during the goalless draw between Stoke and Liverpool at Anfield last weekend and labelled the Reds striker an "embarrassment". The City boss also called for retrospective action to be taken and says by handing the player a three-game ban it will soon stop him from falling over. However, speaking ahead of Uruguay's World Cup qualifiers against Argentina and Bolivia, Suarez has hit back and told Pulis to concentrate on Stoke not him. "Everyone should focus on their own team," Suarez revealed. "Those who want to talk can do so, I am not worried about what they say. "Any manager can say what he wants about me but it doesn't affect me. Let them carry on talking. "Meanwhile I will continue to play football and to concern myself with my team and with what I do - and nothing more."