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BREAKING RIGHT NOW!!!: A Senior FIFA Official (Speaking On Condition of Anonymity) EXCLUSIVELY Tells Sky News "Suarez MUST Face A Severe Sanction" For Yesterday's World Cup Biting Incident During The URUGUAY v ITALY Decider Match!
This just off the wire, folks: Sky News has just received EXCLUSIVE information from a senior FIFA Official who was speaking on condition anonymity, that Louis Suarez, the Uruguay striker who allegedly bit Italy defender Chiellini during yesterday's big World Cup group decider, "MUST face a severe sanction."

FIFA, the world football Governing body, is currently in an emergency disciplinary process to resolve the issue of the allegation of misconduct during yesterday's heated footie match and reach a verdict as to the punishment Suarez will be handed. The latest I have from FIFA is a statement made a few minhtes ago, possibly by the same Official: "If we [FIFA] allow this where will it stop???"

Pundits are now debating what they believe should be the appropriate punishment for the volatile Uruguaian striker. Most are agreeing that the star will be handed a two year ban from International football, however. It is still a hot point of contention as to whether the ban should also include his club career, too.

Football jurisprudence experts and various authorities on the correct legal application in such cases have been saying today that FIFA is expected to hand Louis Suarez a 24-match ban from International football which will work out to roughly to the two years sanction that is now being speculated the forward will be handed.

Several redeeming qualities and attributes that friends and fans of the Uruguayan player are hoping will mitigate Suarez's disciplinary punishment are the facts that he IS a world-renowned star of the game on the pitch and has brought much joy to millions of fans worldwide; and known by all his personal friends and family to be a genuinely affable, family man and good friend off the pitch.
When asked about the biting incident during a post-match television interview late last night Suarez denied he bit the Italian defender and shrugged it all off saying that Italy's Chiellini was to blame for what happened because the Italian "elbowed" him in his face first.

Meanwhile, speculation is rife regarding the future of Suarez's club career at Liverpool F.C. So far the only statement I have been ale to get is that Liverpool is currently waiting to see what disciplinary steps FIFA will take against their troubled star striker. Pundits seem to be of the belief that the Merseyside football club could possibly sell the player who is currently valued at £70,000,000. Should Suarez's national team progress further that sum could possibly increase due to his pivotal goals against England that gave Uruguay's World Cup campaign huge impetus. Sky News's footie Pundit Ray Wilkinson said today that he expects Liverpool to sell now whilst a lot of money can be made from the sale of the player given his current form for both club and country...

Another interesting aspect about the whole ongoing Suarez "biting" story is that the player's sponsors, such as Adidas and '888 POKER', are already believed to be reviewing their deals with the footballer.

This story has just been broke EXCLUSIVELY by Sky News so I haven't yet got a link and have to hack-away on my Droid myself to get you all this. Anyone who can find it please post it for the rest of us. Many thanks, sports friends!

ICELANDIC NOTES: I'm gonna' keep this concise, friends, but my own personal belief is that first of all, the Mexican referee is NOT to blame for not taking action against Luis Suarez last night simply because he was busy attending to play that was still going on towards the Italian corner flag. Please stop blaming the ref. He was arbitrating the game elsewhere at the time. That also goes for Chiellini the Italian defender who told Italian State television Rai Uno that he blames the referee. He's stupid and is culpable of having elbowed Suarez anyway. The whole world has seen him do that, now.
Secondly, this was not the worst foul that has taken place on the pitch during this World Cup; by no stretch of the anti-Suarez imagination! The so-called "Suarez bite" was extremely superficial and in no way ever endangered Chiellini's football career. Even during last night's game itself a much worse foul occured against a Uruguayian player when an Italian player lunged his boot at full force into a Uruguyan player's shin which looked very serious to all who saw it. Should HE be banned fr the next few games? It WAS a much worse foul! I've seen players' shins LITERALLY break into multiple pieces by such fouls. Anyone remember Manchester United's Roy Keane's sickening foul against that Norwegian player? It's happened more than once in the Englsh Premiership, folks. Suarez is a kindergarten nurse compared to such psychos! Kooky, but harmless.
I predict FIFA WILL hand Luis a two-year International ban, yeah; but his club career will contnue, possibly in Spain and not England.
I'm trying to get information from Liverpool's American owners concerning their next steps that they intend on taking specifically with regard to Suarez's future at the Merseyside club. As soon as I get some more info I'll be back...

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he should be banned for an entire year from all competetive play
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If he is sanctioned than the guys who got away with intentionally elbowing an opponent in the face need the same. Saw it several times, but Col vs Japan was the most recent. An elbow to the nose can do a lot more damage than a bite to the shoulder.
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It looks like it Kip Kat!

Thanks for chiming in, dude!
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If he is sanctioned than the guys who got away with intentionally elbowing an opponent in the face need the same. Saw it several times, but Col vs Japan was the most recent. An elbow to the nose can do a lot more damage than a bite to the shoulder.
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THAT'S exactly what I was trying to get folks on here to see, last night, friend. I told them that the Italy player who was red-carded comitted a foul that would have done faaaaar more to end a player's career than what Suarez did. In fact, apart from the fact that what Suarez actually did happened to look somewhat kooky, those bite marks are sooooo superficial an injury to a professional athlete's career that it is a joke for such a professional Internatinal player to run to daddy (in this case the referee!) and insist the Uruguian striker be sent off let-alone banned from International footie for possibly two years. FIFA is worried that it DID look kooky and fears for its public image should they leave it go by...

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It's the pucking World Cup friends, NOT Area-51!!!

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Its a sign of friendship in our Country ffs, leave luis alone!
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 Quoting: KipKat


Don't count yer chickens too soon, you lovely birdy, you!

What if this is all just damage control by FIFA to make the dubious global football body look like they actually give a puck about their tattered reputation, in the public's eyes...?

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Don't count yer chickens too soon, you lovely birdy, you!

What if this is all just damage control by FIFA to make the dubious global football body look like they actually give a puck about their tattered reputation, in the public's eyes...?

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Anything other then a ban would be the end of fifa!
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The photo of him as a child should have been a clue

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^ Puckin' hilarious, dude! Epic! Ha!Ha!Ha!Ha!!!!!!! Thanks!

Where do you puckers find all these incredible gifs, maaan?!?!?!...

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And the proposed new kit

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Suarez is the world cupredface they can't do this wtf buckweed was just trying to have lil fun
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^ Ha!Ha!Ha!Ha!!!!!! I'd love to embed your pictures on the opener, Shoot-Straight Johnny!

Many thanks, sport!

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he should be banned for an entire year from all competetive play
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He'll probably get longer than THAT, sir! A "24-International-game-ban" is on the cards. In all likelihood, he'll be allowed to continue his club career at Liverpool but I think they'll sell him to a Spanish side, now.

He's currently valued at £70,000,000 and rising...

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So you're saying an elbow is the same as baring your fucking TEETH and biting someone like a lowlife ANIMAL, instead of acting like a professional player?

Give me a break.
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and by the way, Chiellini's elbow came AFTER the beaner scumbag bit into his shoulder and tore his shirt with his teeth. The Italian's elbow is trying to get this biting orangutan of a "player" off of him.

Fucking animal.
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So you're saying an elbow is the same as baring your fucking TEETH and biting someone like a lowlife ANIMAL, instead of acting like a professional player?

Give me a break.

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Everything I've been reading from the anti-Suarez camp is purely subjective and reactionary diatribe. YES! When it really comes down to it, an elbow in the face, in terms of the potential physical harm it inflicts, is not only "the same" but much worse. Chiellini could have permanently damaged Suarez's eye. The Italian player who lunged at the Uruguayan's shin during the same match is more guilty of deliberate physical harm than Suarez, aswell. As a judge, I wouldn't punish Chiellini, however. Cirumstances predispose me to mitigate his punishment to just a serious reprimanding, sir. However; Chiellini is one of those players who make the game look bad by putting it, "Calcio", in a bad light with all of his notorious snitching on oponents to referees, even in the Italian Serie A league. The real reason why FIFA is taking this incident so seriously is because it DOES look animal-like and not because any harm was inflicted upon Chiellini. FIFA has an image to maintain. Throwing Suarez under the bus will come naturally to Blatter and co(horts)...

Ciao e grazzie tanto, felice amico. Buon estate.

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The photo of him as a child should have been a clue

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There you go...make him wear a mask, like they do to the cannibals.
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So you're saying an elbow is the same as baring your fucking TEETH and biting someone like a lowlife ANIMAL, instead of acting like a professional player?

Give me a break.

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Everything I've been reading from the anti-Suarez camp is purely subjective and reactionary diatribe. YES! When it really comes down to it, an elbow in the face, in terms of the potential physical harm it inflicts, is not only "the same" but much worse. Chiellini could have permanently damaged Suarez's eye. The Italian player who lunged at the Uruguayan's shin during the same match is more guilty of deliberate physical harm than Suarez, aswell. As a judge, I wouldn't punish Chiellini, however. Cirumstances predispose me to mitigate his punishment to just a serious reprimanding, sir. However; Chiellini is one of those players who make the game look bad by putting it, "Calcio", in a bad light with all of his notorious snitching on oponents to referees, even in the Italian Serie A league. The real reason why FIFA is taking this incident so seriously is because it DOES look animal-like and not because any harm was inflicted upon Chiellini. FIFA has an image to maintain. Throwing Suarez under the bus will come naturally to Blatter and co(horts)...

Ciao e grazzie tanto, felice amico. Buon estate.
 Quoting: ICELANDIC

You're missing the point my Maltese friend...the elbow came AFTER --AFTER--the bite, a reflex action by Chiellini. I'd elbow an Uruguyuan monkey too, if he bit me in the shoulder.
Chewy Luis has got to go. Ban his sorry ass.
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You're missing the point my Maltese friend...the elbow came AFTER --AFTER--the bite, a reflex action by Chiellini. I'd elbow an Uruguyuan monkey too, if he bit me in the shoulder.
Chewy Luis has got to go. Ban his sorry ass.
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Ha!Ha!aHa!Ha!!!!! Molto umeroso!!!: "Suarez e un scimea!!!!"

Okay! Ho fatto il "elbow" dopo... errrm... tu vede San Pei, pero?!?!...

^ My Italian is a little limited to '80s Japanese manga cartoons!
I agree, if I were the judge I would take into account that Chiellini was most probably shocked by being bitten by "cannibal Suarez" and his elbow response was more reflexive!

...None of us can prove that, though...
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The issue here is not about what causes more injury, an elbow or a bite, it's the matter of a professional footballer, deliberately biting a fellow player. We are for ever seeing aggressive fouls and elbowing, unfortunately it's seems to be part of the game.

We have seen some very aggressive and unwanted tackles in the English Premiership, like the Roy Keane tackle that ended Haland's footballing career.

Now Suarez has taken a lot of stick from the press and fans over the past few years, some justified, some not, but he just can't seem to stay out of trouble.

I have often compared Suarez's football career to the world champion boxer Mike Tyson, both fantastic sportsmen, top of their profession, but both have the tendency to lose their control.

Both came from poor backgrounds, and I believe both sportsmen cannot handle the rewards of money and success. They will do anything to ensure victory, regardless of the consequences.

Here's the thing, should we throw Suarez under the bus or let him get away with it?

I believe he should be punished, but not the two year international ban, may be a 4 game ban playing for his country.
Unfortunately, I think Liverpool will sell him, which is a shame, as Suarez is one of the best players, if not the best player in the Premiership.

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