There are players like that who cross the white line and suddenly, everything they think about anything is correct, and anyone who disagrees is an enemy. Cantona was like that, Di Canio, Keane. When the result is still up for grabs, it's get the fuck out of my way so I can do what I want. Bellamy has a touch of it, so did Souness (except he was much smarter about it). Keane got himself banned for the European Cup final and still raged his way all over Juventus, and thought nothing of trying to do someone over a years old grudge, because fuck you. Anything to win, no matter the cost. Cantona was similar, the only thing that mattered was that he be allowed to do what he wanted, and Di Canio used to go fucking nuts when any decision went against him.
Some time ago, I remember Suarez got a chance and blew it wide and before the ball had even hit the crowd, he was stamping and kicking the turf. Couldn't care less who was watching, or how many unmarked teammates were hollering. He just had his little tantrum at himself. It's funny to watch, and it's thrilling too because everyone loves a guy like that on your team. See how our centre halves shepherded him off the pitch and blocked off all comers in the tunnel. Managers love a player like that, too, and it is almost unnecessary to point out mr ferguson's hypocrisy about him when one considers that he bought Keane and Cantona and tried to buy Di Canio.
It becomes ever more depressing but Gary Neville is by some distance the best football pundit out there. He said, of the pre match palaver, that it didn't bother him at all. They don't like each other. Nothing wrong with it, this is Liverpool and the Mancs, this is the real deal. You're not supposed to like each other, get on with it. The sooner the chattering classes fess up and admit they fucking love guys like Suarez, the better. Everyone needs a villain.