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    Luis Suarez horse teeth

    Anyone watching the Liverpool v Chelsea game ?

    Suarez has just bit a chunk out of Ibrahimovic.

    A crime he got a 10 match ban for in Holland

    the guy's nuts

    Here's his bite when playing for Ajax




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    And duly pops up with a last gasp equaliser

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    Fukkin love it, 96 1/2 mins !!

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    Fucking low life scum bag. I genuinely hope he dies in a car crash on the way home.

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    Liverpool's Luis Suarez BITES Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic - Mirror Online

    He'll cop a ban again I'm sure, but why should filth like this be allowed to stay in the game. If you did that on the street you would be arrested and have a criminal record, yet on a football pitch it is treated with a wrap on the knuckles.

    Fucking scummy piece of shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aberlour
    Fucking low life scum bag. I genuinely hope he dies in a car crash on the way home.
    Think he,s got a chopper Alibaba

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    If Chelsea don't finish in the top 4, I'm going to find the little scum bag and pull his teeth out one by one, with a pair of rusty pliers.

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    incredibly funny and what a goal
    surely chelsea understand the need for 6 minutes?

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    If the FA are serious about ridding the game of vilolence then the man should be banned for life from professional football and seen as an example of the results of violence in football. He won't of course as they couldn't give a monkeys !

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    I sincerely hope that that scumbag played his last match for this season.

    What an awful character and dirty player.

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    ^ That would imply a mere 4-match ban.

    I remember Vieira getting six matches for gobbing at Neil Rudddock (although it might have been for missing).

    The FA will quite happily throw the book at him and who can criticise them?

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    The FA seem to do very little in cases like this or in blatant diving etc. Look at all the instances where video footage has shown players to dive when they haven't even been touched by the other player and writhe around the ground like they have been shot in the hope of getting a penalty. The excuse the FA uses is they cannot punish the player if the referee doesn't spot it at the time. What type of shyte excuse is that ? If the after match video plainly shows the player wasn't touched he should be banned.
    Treat everyone as a complete and utter idiot and you can only ever be pleasantly surprised !

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    ^ I do hope that it will be different this time based on his past record and the fact that he was banned 7 matches for a similar incident when playing for Ajax.

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    I can confirm that the FA are going to throw the book at him.

    Apparently, it's this one:

    http://www.amazon.com/The-Cannibals-.../dp/0969989504

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    That is premeditated assault and knowing that the human bite can be very dangerous the FA should probably hand it over to the police......

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    Luis Liverpool controversies

    December 2011 - Given eight-match suspension and fined 40,000 for racially abusing Manchester United's Patrice Evra.
    February 2012 - Refuses to shake hands with Evra at Old Trafford and is described as a "disgrace" by Sir Alex Ferguson.
    October 2012 - Accused of diving by Stoke manager Tony Pulis.
    November 2012 - Accused of stamping on Dave Jones by Wigan manager Roberto Martinez. January 2013 - Mansfield chief executive Carolyn Radford says Suarez "stole" their FA Cup tie when he scored after using his hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Luis Liverpool controversies

    December 2011 - Given eight-match suspension and fined 40,000 for racially abusing Manchester United's Patrice Evra.
    February 2012 - Refuses to shake hands with Evra at Old Trafford and is described as a "disgrace" by Sir Alex Ferguson.
    October 2012 - Accused of diving by Stoke manager Tony Pulis.
    November 2012 - Accused of stamping on Dave Jones by Wigan manager Roberto Martinez. January 2013 - Mansfield chief executive Carolyn Radford says Suarez "stole" their FA Cup tie when he scored after using his hand.
    It's only the first one that matters (and his ten match ban for Ajax for his last dental infraction).

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    insane moment for goofy with tv cameras to show his insanity.
    a move to turkey might suit him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Luis Liverpool controversies

    December 2011 - Given eight-match suspension and fined 40,000 for racially abusing Manchester United's Patrice Evra.
    February 2012 - Refuses to shake hands with Evra at Old Trafford and is described as a "disgrace" by Sir Alex Ferguson.
    October 2012 - Accused of diving by Stoke manager Tony Pulis.
    November 2012 - Accused of stamping on Dave Jones by Wigan manager Roberto Martinez. January 2013 - Mansfield chief executive Carolyn Radford says Suarez "stole" their FA Cup tie when he scored after using his hand.
    He has also been caught on camera spitting at people. He is the biggest scum bag in world football IMO. Missing games this season means nothing as they are limping home in 7th. The ban needs to include a decent amount of games at the start of next season as well IMO.

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    For all his faults the guy is too good to be playing in that Liverpool side.

    I wouldn't be surprised to see him playing for PSG next year

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    John Nicholson sums it up well

    Can we say this once and very loudly: this whole damn thing doesn't really matter! It really doesn't! De-wad your panties now!
    No-one died, no blood was drawn, no need for a rabies injection. Move on, nothing to see here, no need for hours of debate.
    Everyone should be thanking Suarez. He's the gift that keeps on giving whether you want to love or hate him. He's a super-skilful angry, gerbil-like creature that hunts a ball down like a wild animal hunts its quarry. He's utterly brilliant and great entertainment up to and including the biting habit. We should be grateful.
    Incidentally, has biting replaced spitting as 'the worst thing you can do on a pitch'?
    Either way, the reaction on Sky to it was predictable. Graeme Souness looked on in the sure knowledge that he had committed many much more bloody, painful acts of violence on a football pitch and Jamie Redknapp shook his head as though the Uruguayan had finally gone and killed someone.
    Lighten up folks, does anybody remember laughter?
    They were so sombre, so very horrified that they showed it time and again, slowing it down and replaying it as though it was the Kennedy assassination in Oliver Stone's movie JFK. 'back and to the left, back and to the left.'
    They were using it as a form of entertainment while simultaneously shaking their heads and saying how terrible it was. That's just plain hypocrisy. You could show it once and move on. It's not that big a deal. It's markedly less violent than a hard tackle. All the hand-wringing about 'we're not talking about the football, we're talking about Suarez' is utter hypocritical tosh. You're choosing to talk to about it because it's good fun to see a man biting someone on a football pitch; it's bloody hilarious in fact. But if you wanted to, you could all but ignore it. Everyone could. One bite, a fine and a few games banned, there you go, issue over. But no. Now it seems that we have to get ourselves into a lather of indignation, losing all perspective on the incident itself, losing all grip of its importance in football or in life and someone elevating it to the equal of a war crime.
    Where on the scale of football sins does it lie? Worse than diving? Worse than a bad tackle? Worse than kneeing someone in the back? Worse than fighting? Worse than putting your thumb up someone's bum? All of those could cause a major injury (except the bum thumb thing, unless you've got a very big thumb with a sharp nail). It's not like he actually removed any flesh so was it actually a real bite or some sort of faux vegan-inspired bite which did not taste flesh? A soya bite, if you will.
    It's time that there was some honesty and perspective about these type of incidents when were we're all supposed to throw our skirts over our head, indulge ourselves in competitive outrage and wail about another dark day for football. Can't we just laugh it off? In what way does it really matter? Will there be a sudden outbreak of biting across the land as all of us, hypnotized by Suarez' actions, seek out the taste of human flesh?
    Biting is no worse - in fact, it is considerably less bad - than many acts of aggression on a football pitch. It is not some uniquely heinous sin.
    It is however, a small but bloody mad thing to do, so let's enjoy that fact and admit we love this sort of thing. It keeps us all entertained and that's what football is all about. Entertainment.
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    ^ Read the first few lines and didn't bother with the rest.

    Would you be happy if you got a call from the school, telling you your son had just bitten someone during a PE lesson?

    Any view other than that this scummy, freakishly abnormal behaviour has no place anywhere in society let alone by a professional sportsman, is ridiculous to say the least.

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