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Desperate Arsenal Fan Creates ‘Free Suarez’ Twitter Acount In Order To Bring Him To The Emirates

Desperate Arsenal Fan Creates ‘Free Suarez’ Twitter Acount In Order To Bring Him To The Emirates

It’s fair to say Arsenal have dipped in form recently and after the weekend’s 1-0 defeat away to Stoke, things aren’t looking good for the London club in terms of winning a title.

And after recent news which has revealed that Luis Suarez did in fact have £40m buy-out clause one Arsenal fan believes the Uruguayan should be at the Emirates and created a ‘Free Suarez’ account on Twitter along with creating a petition.

By Scott MacArthur – @scottmacarthur8

The petition asks for Liverpool to release Suarez to Arsenal free of charge and apologise to them before paying them £4.5m in compensation, however it is the Twitter account which is giving Liverpool fans across the country a laugh with its Tweets.

https://twitter.com/FreeSuarez1/status/440497395499929600

The fan then went on to give his legal opinion

https://twitter.com/FreeSuarez1/status/440500886570156033

Before stating he something isn’t right and he smells corruption …

https://twitter.com/FreeSuarez1/status/440509402525601794

The petition has only reached over 100 signatures on change.org and has been laughed at by most people, however, if you believe Suarez is at Anfield illegally and should be an Arsenal player then you can sign it here.

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