The 27-year-old was supported by domestic club Liverpool the last time he was involved in such an incident, with the Reds standing by the former Ajax man during a 10-game ban for delving his teeth into Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic.
With Fifa now investigated his latest indiscretion, Suarez could be set for another lengthy ban, which would be a major blow to both the Merseysiders and manager Brendan Rodgers.
Wednesday, June 25, 2014 12:30
Sorry Suarez, but soccer's not your thing.
Look, I'm just asking you not judge people for what the medias says.
Suarez scored 2 goals to England days ago.
Please do your research before calling someone animal.
Thats not even the slight thing true.
I have no problems with Uruguay or its people nor do I have this imaginary grudge you claim I have. I love soccer as much as anyone else but when the darker side of the sport crosses a line it crosses a line. Role model or not, Suarez had no right to bite anyone. There is no excuse.
Picture this. A child is playing a game with his friends and in a fit of passion or rage depending how you look at it; bites one of his friends. Not on accident, but grabbed him and bit his arm. The kid is now ostracised by his peers and will always be looked on in fear to play with, let alone ever play a game with those group of individuals ever again. Slide tackles and elbows are natural occurrences of the game and we all know more than half of the players sell the damage more than actual infliction. They're grown men. They can take a beating. But biting can bring infection and disease faster than any of those other injuries will.
So please, call me ignorant all you want. The entire world saw the truth and as the majority agree, it's something that should not to be taken with a grain of salt. Just be glad he only had a 4 month ban instead of losing his career for his third infraction.
I never said i was defending him
I clearely stated that i, and the whole uruguay knows he did wrong.
But its not worth the price he needed to play.
If every soccer player that did sonething like that
Italy , Brazil, uruguay
Among other great teams
Would just have teams of 9 players.
Fifa exxagerated with the ban.
And now the whole sorld economy is taking profits by spreading it as wildfire.
The english, that clearly known the ban was a bit too much. Is selling newspapers like crazy and so they are taking advantage.
I call you ignorant, because you are incapable of doing research about the subject.
The picture you see everywhere
With a bruise
Is actually photoshopped
And now the photographer is on trial.
An italian literally stepped on "Palito" pereiras head
As shown in the picture i sent you.
Is that any less than biting?
Palito on his side didnt made drama
And literally semi passed out
And kept on playing.
What happens in the field is supposed to stay there.
Not going out calling for medias just to make drama about it.
Suarez was wrong for letting Fifa catch on him so easily.
But this went out of hands.
You are saying that, a bite.
That didnt even bleed
Is going to infect?
Im pretty sure that a player opening you a wound with his feet on your leg, and then that leg sweating and being passed all through the field will bring much more bacteria that a superficial bite.
Yes an italian got beaten
One of ours literally almost got permanent brain damage.
Where are the medias talking about that?
Im discussing this because the entire internet is calling him
And uruguay itself
A place with violent "animals"
And its not like that, people just judge without even seeing both sides of the coin.
I am sorry if i cant make you understand what i mean.
My english sucks.
But please read this well and try to get my point.
Suarez tried to cover up those bite marks with his shirt. That doesn't mean the bite was fake. It was definitely real.
I don't represent all people who are picking on Uruguay, that is unfortunate for people to gang up on them for something one man did and I'm sick and tired of being implied as if I am. He had the shirt of his country on and he knew his actions would affect them. I'm not saying they deserve any of that treatment for his misdeed and it's not like italian fans don't feel terrible about how their team was acting either. Balotelli is known for his temper and it has disturbed many as well. They (the italians) feel shame too you know and it's not like we're not getting punished either.
and your English is fine.