Suarez Doesn’t Agree With More Than Three Matches

Three games for biting this guy?
There was a relative lack of surprise around the News Desk today when word came in on the trusty old fax machine that Luis Suarez has accepted the charge of violent conduct handed down by the FA after the striker bit Branislav Ivanovic during Chelsea’s visit to Anfield on Sunday.

The Uruguayan has since apologized personally to Ivanovic, who chose to not pursue the matter further with Merseyside police, and although he has accepted the FA charge, he doesn’t believe his punishment should exceed the automatic three-game penalty. There could be an appeal in the works should the Football Association get heavy handed with the Uruguayan striker, but questions have been raised as to how much backing the club is prepared to show their troubled charge. Suarez will face an independent regulatory commission on Wednesday and they could choose to throw the book — or multiple books — at him for this latest transgression. More on this if and when El Pistolero is spotted pushing the book cart around FA headquarters.

3 thoughts on “Suarez Doesn’t Agree With More Than Three Matches

  • April 23, 2013 at 10:50 pm

    independent regulatory commission like the 3 Manure supporting one last season. Who decided Evra character was lilly white even though he admitted racially abusing Suarez. And don’t forget their warning that he would get a lifetime ban if he was brought before them again. Which is what I predict he’ll get. But if they do then the can of worms will be opened.

  • April 23, 2013 at 10:54 pm

    If the FA decide, like they already appear to have done, to throw the book at Luis, then he and LFC should throw it straight back at them in the form of an appeal. The FA’s own rules state that it is a 3 match ban and more serious offences have either gone unpunished altogether, or have attracted lower penalties. It’s time LFC grew a spine, and stopped letting these clowns at the FA take the p*ss out of us.

    They always think twice about taking on Man Utd, cause they can’t be bothered with the aggro. That’s how we should react. Sod the nicely nicely approach, look where that’s got us – every decision goes against us, and no league titles for 23 years.

  • April 24, 2013 at 1:56 am

    @bill – LFC fan here. I believe mr suarez used the dreaded “n” word in spanish when talking to mr evra. that is not acceptable, in any language. not one of us can apologize for the idiocy that mr suarez has shown. if only his actions were as brilliant as his play on the field. I, for one, do not want to see him in an LFC kit anylonger. He does not deserve to wear those historic colour/colors imo. again imo. have a good one and lets go Reds!

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