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Junior Blues Co-ordinator
Dec 27, 2007
Think of Bilel Mohsni, then multiply that maverick attitude to a world class player, and there you have Louis Suarez. His behaviour in the Liverpool v Chelsea game today, biting an opponent, was nothing short of disgraceful, and yet, the skill of the player leaves you wondering what the heck goes on in that brain? Such a contradictory disregard, not just for what is right in football, but what is right generally for any human being, means that tomorrow's headlines will be all about him.

Eric Cantona had his moments, but Suarez is streets ahead. It's not the first time he's done this, last time he was banned for several matches. I can't believe the ref didn't even check Ivanovic's arm when the incident happened! For me, this time, not just the FA, but also Liverpool FC need to act. There is no place for such behaviour, and there is no excuse for it. Do the decent thing and sack him.