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    Luis Suárez’s most controversial gesture: did he remind Koeman of the call with which he kicked him out of Barça?

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    Luis Suarez made the second goal of Atlético de Madrid in front of Barcelona and the Uruguayan did not celebrate it effusively out of respect for his former team. In fact, the Uruguayan attacker only limited himself to apologizing, although when he returned to his field for the kickoff, he dedicated himself to the stands in which he was Ronald Koeman a gesture that has attracted a lot of attention and that could be a dart to the Dutchman.

    Former striker of Barcelona and Liverpool put his hand to his ear, simulating a phone call. This gesture, if the story of the departure of Luis Suarez the Barça team is better understood. And even more so if it is taken into account that the stand the Uruguayan was looking at was the one the sanctioned was occupying Ronald Koeman.

    «Koeman He called me and told me that he was not going to count on me ». Thus he revealed Luis Suarez – on The Transistor- months ago how the Dutch technician contacted him to throw him out of Barcelona. These forms, after so many years of goals and commitment, hurt the Uruguayan a lot, who finally agreed to leave the Camp Nou to go on an adventure in the Atlético de Madrid, where he was champion of the Santander League that same year.

    This is the story of the way Ronald Koeman decided to throw out Luis Suarez. The Uruguayan still has this in mind and decided to make that gesture of a phone call to the Dutchman to remind him that he is still a more than competent forward. It is clear that thanks to their goals the men of the Cholo Simeone they celebrated the alirón last year and that this season continues to drill rival goals. Among them, the Barcelona from Koeman.

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