I had to laugh when I read this on the BBC Live reporting of the latest Luis Suarez biting incident:
Diego Suarez, who tweets using the handle @suarez is getting a lot of abuse following the controversial Luis Suarez’s incident with Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini.
Buenos Aires-based Suarez tweets: “I am not Luis Suarez. There are many Suarez in the world, I am not Luis Suarez. Please.”
The Special John @bainesyDiego10 stated:
#Suarez devastated he’ll potentially miss out on a meeting with Germany. Apparently he quite fancied the shoulder of Lahm…
Will Suarez be found guilty of biting and if so how long will he be banned for this time? The BBC states, ‘The maximum ban Suarez could face if governing body Fifa takes retrospective action is 24 matches or two years’. I hope he misses the next game at least to lift Colombia’s hopes in the knockout stage against Uruguay. Can you imagine the Colombian angst if Suarez is left to play them this Saturday and he scores?
Just in on BBC sports news:
Fifa vice-president Jim Boyce says football’s world governing body ‘must investigate’ Luis Suarez.
Boyce adds: “I have watched the incident several times on television.
“There is no doubt Luis Suarez is a fantastic footballer but once again his actions have left him open to severe criticism.
“There is no doubt that Fifa must investigate this incident very seriously and take whatever action is deemed necessary.”