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I'm a sucker for feuds, long going ones between players. If both Luis Suarez and Patrice Evra stay put for at least a couple of more seasons at Liverpool and Manchester United, we'll be getting plenty of more fireworks in the upcoming United and Liverpool matches, who were never exactly a calm fixture anyway.
Manchester City were simply too good for the offensively handicapped Liverpool, as their manager let Luis Suarez begin his ban, lost decisively 3-0 and went on to throw hints and allegations about the whole Suarez-Evra incident at the post game press conference.
The Patrice Evra and Luis Suarez racial abuse case came down to a matter of reliability, and while the FA found Evra to be sure, calm and certain in his testimony, the evidence presented by Luis Suarez was deemed unreliable, according to the report, which means Suarez will serve an 8 match ban.
Liverpool and Luis Suarez are protesting, but it seems to me the best they can get out of this situation is the sentence lessened. The FA hit Suarez with an 8 match ban plus a £40,000 fine for racially abusing Patrice Evra in the Liverpoo - Manchester United match from two months ago.
Inch by inch, Arsenal are getting closer to what they want, but they still have quite a way to go. Their £40 million bid does make Liverpool obligated to consider their offer, which means allowing Luis Suarez to hold talks with Arsenal, but it doesn't mean that the Reds have to sell the Uruguayan striker.
Scoring twice against Tahiti isn't a real cause for celebration, but Luis Suarez became the all-time leading goalscorer for the Uruguay national football team, reaching 35 goals in 67 matches, giving us another opportunity at the man who is one of the best footballers in the world today, even though some would prefer to focus on other sides of his play and personality.
It's not perfectly clear how the post-Jose Mourinho Real Madrid will look, but they are trying to get the best players, available or not. They've lost the Neymar battle, but they're going after others, with Luis Suarez the latest name to be linked with them, despite being labeled as not for sale by Liverpool.
Obviously, when a Liverpool fan makes a video about how Luis Suarez is being short changed by the referees this season, it's will be taken with a grain of salt. After the Uruguayan added yet another pathetic dive to his repertoire you can only expect only more ignoring from referees to his appeals.
It wouldn't be too far fetched to declare Luis Suarez the most hated footballer in the Premier League at the moment, and not because of what he said to Patrice Evra. Another no-win for Liverpool, a 1-1 draw at Sunderland, as Suarez scored their only goal, but another display of behavior from the Uruguayan you simply find harder and harder to overlook.
After Luis Suarez scored that wonderful free kick in the 66th minute, it seemed like Liverpool won't let their lead go for a second time. They did, ruining Brendan Rodgers to claim his first Premier League win since becoming the Liverpool manager, but gave him and the fans plenty of reasons to smile and look forward to after outplaying Manchester City for most of the match.