Found January 12, 2013 on Finishers Forum:
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Nope. Sorry guys. Unfortunately this article isn’t about a dedicated FBI agent forced to surgically exchange his own face for the face of a known super-criminal to prevent major US calamity (as depicted in the strikingly realistic John Woo film, Face/Off), but I remain optimistic that a statistical face-off between the Prem’s top two scorers will evoke comparable exhilaration. Think that final fight scene with Nick Cage and John Travolta somehow maneuvering all over a swerving, full-throttle speed boat while trading vicious haymakers to the face with an anchor, except this time it’s RVP and Suarez trading scoring figures in an equally full-throttle excel table. I know, your pulse is quickening…  … Recently, Brendan Rodgers proclaimed (for all who cared to listen) that Luis Suarez was absolutely “unplayable”… meaning he can not be stopped… and that he (Brendan) wouldn’t swap the Uruguayan drama-magnet’s services for anyone in the EPL, including league-leading goal scorer Robin va
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