Four-month ban for Suarez

Luis Suarez has been banned from all football for four months and from international football for nine matches following his bite on Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini.

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Synergy says...

@gyrate> Are you even aware of how the law works? Yes you can't be punished for crimes you already were punished for. However if you have repeated the same offense, it will be considered and your next punishment will be harsher. Basically this is coz it shows that inspite of the punishment you didn't learn your lesson and need a harsher punishment.

Lastly can you stop pretending this is some conspiracy against Pool. Its a punishment against a player, who wanted to leave for Barca and is still trying to engineer a move away. If anything the cannibal has just reduced 20 mil from his selling price. Rio was banned for 1 year and so was Cantona. If anything the cannibal got a very light sentence.

Lastly apart from Pool and Suarez, players don't go around biting players during international tournaments, so nobody will be stopping players from going.

Posted 8:35am 1st July 2014

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