Seiya Suzuki: Match pauper’s million pound dream is over

Seiya Suzuki has urged the players’ union to lead strike action to defend his allocation rights, but says M.L.B. Arrival’s delayed release is down to a walkout by government bureaucrats. The Brazil-born international forward can hit seven bags of rice in a year, but each item is filled with detail to comply with the law governing his weekly ration. “The problem is that government people are still here,” Suzuki said in comments published by the BBC. “They call me ‘the farmer’ and it really is a problem, because my house has been left empty for months. Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. “My sons have been working hard to support us and now they have to say goodbye to everything. They told me they couldn’t face paying fees for the building and supplies. “As we are not rich enough, they have already got work offers for me, but I can’t go. I thought the time would have passed but this government have done everything to hurt my career.” In addition to not being able to spend money on the homes of his children, Suzuki is apparently unable to buy his prized Rolls Royce Silver Shadow (pictured). Suzuki has been sold many times during his 16-year career. He has spent time at the likes of two of Brazil’s all-time greats at Santos, Paulista and Corinthians. The 33-year-old also previously spent three seasons with Merida and saw out his career with amateur clubs in Rio de Janeiro and Recife. He was signed by Premier League side Bolton this summer, where he is set to play alongside former England man Robbie Keane. M.L.B. Arrival is scheduled to release on Monday and Suzuki was hoping to be back on the pitch for Bolton’s match with Wigan. *Note the table below is not yet finalised.

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