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Liverpool’s Player of the Year and the amorality of the beautiful game

Date: 25th April 2014 at 6:48pm
Written by Christy Malyan

Football has and will always be a completely moral-less sport. We often use words such as pride, passion, dignity and honour to describe certain profiles in the game, but as Jose Mourinho will quickly tell you, all that really matters is whether you win, lose or draw. Never has this been more prevalent than in regards to Luis Suarez. Exactly one year and one day ago, the Liverpool assassin received a ten match ban for biting Cheslea’s Branislav Ivanovic. Although the incident lacked any real viciousness or risk of injury, it is still one of the most disgusting and disgraceful, not to mention stupid, acts I’ve witnessed on a professional football pitch. Fast forward to the present day however, and you might be forgiven for forgetting that the 27 year-old was once the Premier League’s leading public enemy; slaughtered in the press, heckled on the pitch and widely condemned by English football’s most forefront figures. It wasn’t just the Ivanovic bite, it was the racial slur aimed at Manchester United’s Patrice Evra in October 2011, it was the hand-ball on the line against Ghana in a World Cup quarter-final and the subsequent obnoxious celebrations as he crushed the dreams of an entire continent, it was the Cannibal ... Read More


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