字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Luis Suarez, is he a man to be feared? I said before. I'll say it again. It's a team game. You been in touch with him at all? Do you expect him to be fit? Has he given you any clues? I don't think he's asked me for any clues, and I've not asked him for any clues. Is Luis Suarez the sort of player to start a game if he's not 100% fit? You'd have to ask Luis Suarez that. I don't really want to comment on Luis Suarez or Uruguay or anything to do with Uruguay. I'm worrying about England, worrying about what we can do as a team. I'm worried about how we're going to negate any problems that they're going to cause. I'm worrying about how we're going to be able to attack them and show what we can do as a team. It's just... He didn't obviously come on to the pitch at any time against Costa Rica when they needed it, so that might suggest that he's struggling. I don't know. I'm not on texting terms at the moment with Luis. I don't think Steven Gerrard, Jordan Henderson, Raheem or Glen Johnson are either, as well at the Liverpool staff. I don't think he wants to conversate with those people because of course they're English, and they may feed us a little bit of information, so I don't think Luis is going to want to tell anybody about how he's feeling. I hope he's okay, as I said. I hope he's fit. I hope he's fighting fit because I'd never wish injury on any footballer, but regardless of whether he's playing or not, we can't worry about Luis Suarez as an obsession with Luis Suarez, Luis Suarez. I mean, there's Cavani. There's other players for Uruguay. It's a team game, and that's the end of it for me.