Liverpool legend Aldridge: Suarez needs to make public apology to fans

Liverpool legend John Aldridge has called on Luis Suarez to make a public apology to the Reds faithful after spending the summer pushing for a transfer.

Liverpool legend John Aldridge has called on Luis Suarez to make a public apology to the Reds faithful after spending the summer pushing for a transfer.

Aldo wrote in the Liverpool Echo: "I’ve got to say the club have handled it brilliantly and I take my hat off to owner John W Henry and manager Brendan Rodgers for the way they have refused to be bullied into a deal.

"Rodgers is obviously convinced that Suarez is ready to knuckle down after allowing him back to work with his team-mates following a week spent training on his own.

"However, there still hasn’t been any sort of public apology.

"Before Suarez makes his comeback from suspension he needs to go on LFC TV or speak to the fans via the ECHO and say sorry to them for the way he has treated the club.

"He needs to admit that he has been badly advised and that he regrets the disrespect he has shown. He needs to vow to give everything to fire us back into the Champions League."

 
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