Suarez oh Suarez

@adhyz82 (36289)
Indonesia
February 13, 2012 2:15pm CST
many people still talk about suarez doing when he refuses to shake hands Evra.. many people is angry with him.. many people now said and suggest Liverpool for selling this player even Suarez had said sorry for all of them who dislike his action in that match... Kenny daglish as liverpool manager always complaint too, that media had been overacting for publishing the news of Suarez...and always make the situation become uncontrolled.. so?? as our football lovers, i believe Suarez is really one of the best goalgetter..but i can`t believe he do like that..he break the fair play even we dont know if he is really insulting Evra like that.. many people now see Suarez is like rubbish for Liverpool and break the long history of The Pool.. what do you think now about Suarez??
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
14 Feb 12
There are two things here. First of all he was within his rights not to shake hands with Evra if he felt hard done by the incident. But, the second point is when you know the controversy is so bad and everyone's eyes are on you, it was really the most stupid thing to do for Suarez!! There really was no need for this. Cheers! Ram
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@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
15 Feb 12
both of them is stupid..
@Sanitary (3969)
• Singapore
20 Feb 12
Yes, if he's truly a pool player, he ought to respect the proud history of the club he's playing for, instead of letting his pride get in the way. Football is a game for everybody and since he has gotten his punishment, he should have learnt from that and accept evra's handshake. Since he refused to do it, it goes to show he's unrepentant and his ban should be lengthened again. It would be good if he's banned for him, set an example to all racist footballers out there, including John terry.
@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
22 Feb 12
thats right football is game for us we love this game and we hate the people which never understand the meaning of football for us
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• Indonesia
15 Feb 12
I really disagree with his behaviour. He should have known that what he did will become a public spotlight. Whether he dislike Evra or not, he should act professionally and shake Evra's hands. At least it wouldn't draw any controversy. More over, he played for Liverpool, a club with such a big history. It's truly a shameful for such a club having a player like Suarez
@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
15 Feb 12
yes now Suarez is not the public enemy for MU fans only but now suarez become the public enemy for many football lovers..