Luis Suarez’s ban was too harsh

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Twitter reacts to Liverpool star’s four-month ban

Date: 26th June 2014 at 4:38pm
Written by Ben Coldwell

Fifa have hit Liverpool and Uruguay striker Luis Suarez with a four-month ban from all 'football-related activity' as a result of his heinous bite on Italy's Giorgio Chiellini in their World Cup tie. With it being the third time the striker has committed such an offence, he has been slapped with the biggest ban in Fifa's history, as well as an additional ban of nine international games and a fine of 100,000 Swiss Francs. ... Read More

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    Les Morgan
    2 months ago

    Suarez should have been given a 12 month ban with medical treatment. LIverpool should have a zero-tolerance to this sort of behaviour, if Suarez refuses medical help they should terminate his contact & sack him. Liverpool need to a lead from Chelsea on how they dealt with Mutu. It should not always be about money.

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