Football: Suarez must apologise to Liverpool, says Rodgers
DUBLIN (AFP) - Brendan Rodgers has told Luis Suarez he must apologise to his Liverpool teammates and the club's fans who he insists deserve better from the controversial Uruguayan.
The Reds boss, speaking after his side squandered a hatful of chances in their 1-0 friendly defeat to Celtic in Dublin, also reiterated his stance that the striker, who is wanted by Arsenal, is not for sale under any circumstances.
And now he's told the player to admit the error of his ways by showing some contrition ahead of the beginning of the Premier League season, which kicks off with Liverpool's clash with Stoke next Saturday.
"Luis needs to do a couple of things," Rodgers said. "Obviously, we need initially a recognition, an apology to his team mates and the club. And then I'm sure once we get that, we'll have the commitment he's ready to fight like he's always done.