TRUE LIFE STORY......................For Super STAR, Luis Suarez, every disappointment is Indeed a blessing; Gets mammoth €1million bonus following his scintillating start to life at Atletico Madrid.
"Every disappointment is a blessing".... this is a quote I believe in. I have seen a lot of disappointment turn out to be a blessing in my life and others
-MIKE CERUTTI OSAGE
The latest is that of soccer icon and dangerous marksman Luis Alberto Suárez Díaz the Uruguayan professional footballer who plays as a striker for Spanish club Atlético Madrid and the Uruguay national team.
after his sad departure and near shameful exit from Barcelona, who bluntly said they do not want him anymore, he left in pains, today he is singing praises to God, let downturned blessing
PURE MAGIC MAN SUAREZ
Luis Suarez has earned himself a bonus of €1million after racking up 15 goals for Atletico +3
Luis Suarez has earned himself a bonus of €1million after racking up 15 goals for Atletico
The former Liverpool front man has 16 goals in 17 league appearances so far this season and has a strike-rate of a goal every 80 minutes he has been on the field. Indeed, he broke the record previously held by Cristiano Ronaldo for reaching the total in the quickest time in LaLiga history.
And according to agency report that this writer has been following, Suarez rich vein of form has already seen the 34-year-old rewarded with a bonus of €1m (£875,000), with his 15th goal of the campaign seeing him hit one of the incentivised targets in his contract.
And it is claimed that Suarez will earn more still, with that total due to rise should he hit 20 goals - a target that appears increasingly likely.
It is deserved reward for the striker after bouncing back from a painful summer exit at Barcelona.
Suarez has made clear his feelings following the explanation last year that he was no longer required at the Nou Camp.
The Uruguayan has scored 16 times in 17 league appearances already this season for the club +3
The Uruguayan has scored 16 times in 17 league appearances already this season for the club
It resulted in a tearful farewell media conference, one that was only arranged following pressure put on the club's board by the likes of Lionel Messi.
And he admits he felt 'disrespected' by his former club, who allowed him to leave for just £4m.
'It was tough because of the way I was disrespected, but I wanted my children to see me leave the club with my head held high,' Suarez told Onda Cero.
'When the time came to tell my children about the move, it was very difficult. They're older now and sensed there was going to be a change.
'There were some very tough moments surrounding my departure from Barcelona. There were rumours that were eventually confirmed and that's what hurt me the most.' SAID the charitable minded Suarez
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