Suarez Banned Again

Posted on May 9, 2013 by


Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has been in a couple of controversial incidents in his career, and recently, he has added another to the list.

He has been banned for ten games for biting Chelsea defender Banislav Ivanovic.

The Uruguayan international will miss the rest of the season, which doesn’t look too promising for Liverpool.

“I think it was a very stupid act. I just hope he doesn’t waste his talent going around doing stupid stuff like that,” sophomore Austin Young said.

The twenty-six-year-old was fined by Liverpool a day after the incident.

He also personally apologized to Ivanovic after realizing the stupidity of the act.

The two teams ended up drawing the match, 2-2, and Suarez had a big role in the game. He gave up the penalty early in the game and ended up scoring a late goal to equalize.

Liverpool may be thinking about getting rid of Luis if he keeps partaking in such obscene acts in the club.  The star forward is not looking to leave Anfield anytime soon, but if he keeps up this childish behavior he may be released.

Of course, Liverpool does not want to let go of such a great talent, so they will keep him around in hopes of him getting his head straight.

This also is not the first time Luis Suarez was charged for this offence. Back when he played at Ajax, he was banned seven games for biting PSV Eindhoven midfielder Otman Bakkal in the shoulder during a match in November of 2010.

He also received an eight-match ban last season for allegedly racially abusing Manchester United defender Patrice Evra. Since that time, there has become a certain kind of rivalry between Suarez and the French defender.

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