Friday, December 23, 2011
This was the match in question where Liverpool and Uruguay's mercurial striker, Luis Suarez reportedly racially abused Manchester United's Patrice Evra.
The match ended 1-1, it was held in Anfield, Liverpool's home on October 15th 2011.
Nobody heard what Suarez said of Evra, not even the referee. Only God, Suarez and Evra knew.
And for that, Suarez was banned for 8 matches and fined 40,000 pound sterling.
And for this, Liverpool is set to lose their star striker for a lengthy spell following the FA’s disciplinary action over his racism charges. Do you agree?
To me.. Hell No.
We must also investigate who started the abusive remarks. It could be Patrice Evra himself. Maybe Evra insulted Suarez first.
Look at the 2006 FIFA World Cup Final between winner Italy and France.
France's Zinedine Zidane head-butted Italy's Marco Materazzi because the Italian insulted Zidane first.
So in this case, it is possible that Evra insulted Suarez first and Evra deserves a 10 matches ban as well and fined maybe 60,000 pound sterling!!
Suarez is no ordinary player. He is among the best striker in the world, having helped Uruguay to qualify all the way into the 2010 World Cup semifinal, and winning the 2011 Copa America at the expenses of Brazil and Argentina.
And who is Evra, he is not a great player.
Suarez said that the decision had hit him hard.
"Today (Tuesday) is a very difficult and painful day for both me and my family. Thanks for all the support, I'll keep working!" tweeted the 24-year-old Uruguayan international striker.
Meanwhile the stupid and ugly Evra had revealed immediately after the match that Suarez had repeatedly abused him.
"I was very upset," the stupid Evra said. "In 2011 you can't say things like this. He knows what he said, the ref knows it, and it will come out."
Go Suarez, Go Liverpool. You will never walk alone.