Should Liverpool FC bite back?
On 24 June, millions of football fans across the world tuned in to watch England v Costa Rica and Italy v Uruguay. Although the Italy v Uruguay match was always going to be the most interesting as both teams were fighting for a place in the next round, it has unfortunately attracted the biggest headlines for the wrong reasons.
Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini has alleged that Uruguay’s Luis Suarez bit him during the match. The referee did not see the incident and Suarez was not sent off at the time, but FIFA has since confirmed that disciplinary proceedings have been opened against Suarez following an apparent breach of the FIFA Disciplinary Code. If found guilty, Suarez could face a lengthy ban, which would prevent him from playing the rest of the World Cup…
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