Giorgio Chiellini wants FIFA to reduce Luis Suarez’s four-month ban after the Liverpool striker apologised for biting him at the World Cup.
Former Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish believes the Premier League club should not wash their hands of Luis Suarez in the wake of his latest biting controversy.
Uruguay captain Diego Lugano has described Luis Suarez’s four-month ban as an act of “barbarity” that breaches the player’s human rights.
Former England captain Rio Ferdinand would keep Luis Suarez at Liverpool if he were Reds boss Brendan Rodgers.
An England fan had his ear bitten off by another after the national side’s World Cup game against Uruguay.
It is being reported that Luis Suarez denies any deliberate attempt to bite Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini in this week's 1-0 World Cup win by Uruguay.
Oscar Tabarez inferred the English media were to blame for the “excessive” four-month punishment that was handed out to Luis Suarez.
Giorgio Chiellini has sympathy for Luis Suarez, believing the punishment inflicted on the man who bit him is “excessive”.
Betting website 888poker has dropped Luis Suarez as its ambassador following his bite on Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini at the World Cup.
Liverpool are taking legal advice after facing up to another nightmare scenario with Luis Suarez after their star striker departed the World Cup in disgrace with a four-month ban from all football imposed for biting an opponent.
Liverpool could build a case to sue Luis Suarez for breach of contract if he is banned for biting, according to a leading employment lawyer.
Twitter was chomping at the bit to react to Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez apparently biting Italy’s Georgio Chiellini.
FIFA is expected to make a swift decision on Luis Suarez’s future in the World Cup and the Uruguay striker may play no further part in the tournament after appearing to have bitten Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini.
FIFA has announced it will investigate the Luis Suarez alleged biting incident with Liverpool’s Uruguay striker likely to face a lengthy ban if found guilty.