Suarez should also apology for embarrassing Kenny Dalglish in 2011

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Are Liverpool to blame for his behaviour?

Date: 1st July 2014 at 6:31pm
Written by Daniel Eyre

Just as we were turning our focus back onto the World Cup, with two knockout stage matches being settled by penalty shootouts, Luis Suarez got his name back onto the sport pages of the English newspapers with his apology. The striker released a statement on his personal website, apparently with the Uruguayan FA or Liverpool unaware of this act, saying he was sorry for biting Giorgio Chiellini. Some cynical football fans are convinced that he's been told to make a public apology to help his move to either Barcelona or Real Madrid, but what should we make of the fact that since the incident, the emphasis on Liverpool has mainly been that they are the victims of this? The club are not only left embarrassed and disgraced from Suarez's actions, they are also left in the difficult position of working out what to do with the troubled forward. Do they sell him, or do they hold onto a man who has been far and away their best player since his arrival at Anfield? Are they really just the innocent sufferers from the incident, or are they to blame for the striker's third animalistic attack on another player? In the 14 months that have passed since Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic ... Read More


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