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Luis Suárez is getting more and more comfortable with his new team / PHOTO: MIGUEL RUIZ-FCB

This is no Armageddon. After the loss to Celta, Luis Suárez sat down with Barça TV and said "we have to keep our heads up." He recognized that things have been "bittersweet" this week, with a win over Espanyol in the Catalan Super Cup sandwiched by losses at Real Madrid and tonight at home to Celta. “It's been nice, but the results haven't."

Despite everything, Suarez said he was more comfortable against Celta than in the other two games. "I was tired in the second half at the Bernabeu," he admitted. "The Super Cup helped my rhythm, and tonight I felt good."Sometimes football is just unfair. When the ball doesn't want to go in, it doesn't go in.His take on this evening's loss? "Sometimes football is just unfair. When the ball doesn't want to go in, it doesn't go in. Their keeper was key," he offered. They knew what to expect with Celta, he said, "but now we have to look ahead to Ajax."

Suarez wanted to reassure the fans. "Stay with us, because we are the first ones who want to try and turn this thing around."


Luis Suárez: "We need to keep our heads up" por fcbarcelona

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