He cheats repeatedly. He is vain. He puts himself before the team repeated. His ego is out of control.
He cheats no often or more than any other player. Vanity, everyone has something of that in them. Disagree completely. What you see as putting himself above the team, i see him as taking on the responsibility of leading the team. Ego out of control, how?
Oh and this:
No offence but i try hard not to listen to Daniel Taylor's weasley smear campaigns. Liverpool fans should know better after the smear campaign he ran against Suarez.
He is the antithesis of the sporting ideals I want to instil in my kids.
Hard working, incredibly disciplined in honing his talents, willing to take responsibility on the pitch, they aren't antitheses of sporting deals. They are admirable traits. And most importantly he's very human. He fails, he's criticised, abused week in week out very publicly but does he give up, bow down to the critics? nope. He works harder to improve himself, to prove his critics wrong. I'm not ashamed to admit but he's a man to be admired. And off the pitch, he's not a racist, sleeping with the wife/gf of a team mate, nor his sister in law and generally a decent guy.