Found April 23, 2013 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has a biting problem. The 26-year-old has been at the center of a number of controversies throughout his career, but the biting seems to generate the most buzz. As you can see from the video above, Suarez appeared to bite Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic in the arm during a match over the weekend. In November of 2010, Suarez was given a seven-game ban by the Dutch FA for biting a different opponent.
As a result of his most recent incident, Suarez has been slapped with a massive fine from his club. An investigation from the FA will determine how long his latest ban will be, but it is expected to be quite significant.
Now onto the good stuff. Mike Tyson recently decided to start following Suarez on Twitter. See the connection there? During an appearance on “The David Glenn Show” on Monday, Iron Mike was asked about it.
“I just sort of got on the the Twitter thing and I said hey, um, this is an interesting guy, let me follow him, check him out, see what his jo...
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For those of you not familiar with Liverpool player Luis Suarez, here’s what you need to know, he’s a very talented player with the morals of weasel.
Suarez is almost always embroiled in some sort of controversy of his own doing, whether it’s blatant diving or punching players, this isn’t even the first time he has bitten an opponent. Last season he was suspended eight...
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez will be offered anger management counseling after biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic, the Professional Footballers' Association revealed on Monday.
Suarez has apologized for his "inexcusable behavior" after the incident during the 2-2 draw at Anfield that has left the Uruguay international facing the prospect of a lengthy ban....
The FA have handed Liverpool striker Luis Suarez a 10-game ban for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic in Sunday's Premier League match.
Suarez pleaded guilty to a Football Association charge of violent conduct on Tuesday but rejected the governing body's claim that an automatic three-match suspension was "clearly insufficient".
A three-man independent...
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez's 10-game ban for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic has attracted differing reactions on Twitter.
Here TEAMtalk carries comments on how the ban has been received.
Joseph Barton @Joey7Barton: Think its a fair ban for Suarez. Mine was 2 longer and deservedly so in my eyes. Liverpool and the player, shouldn't appeal. Its a fair ban!
Luis Suarez is reportedly considering his future in English football after receiving a 10-game ban for his bite on Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic.
Liverpool said they and the player were "shocked" by the verdict of the Football Association's disciplinary commission on Wednesday and are awaiting the written reasons as to why seven games were added to the striker...
Sunderland striker Stephane Sessegnon insists team unity has been key to their recent turnaround in form.
The Black Cats followed up their 3-0 derby win at Newcastle with a 1-0 victory at home to Everton on Saturday that helped ease relegation fears.
Benin international Sessegnon scored the opening goal at St James' Park and the winner against Everton to earn praise from new...
Liverpool goalkeeper Jose Reina has criticised Luis Suarez's 10-match ban for biting as "absurd, out of proportion and unfair".
The Uruguay international was handed the punishment after an independent panel decided the incident involving Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic warranted additional punishment above the statutory three-game suspension for violent conduct.
Luis Suarez's well-publicized chomp on opponent Branislav Ivanovic's forearm has attracted a lot of attention around the world. There are video games, viral memes and even fake severed arms being thrown on to the soccer pitch — all mocking the Liverpool soccer star's infamous bite.
Now a mother, identified as "Sharon from Wales," believes Suarez is to blame...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JOHN LEICESTER AP Sports Columnist The next time Luis Suarez gets the urge to sink his teeth into an opponent, let's hope his victim is someone other than Branislav Ivanovic.
Because finding words that rhyme with the Serbian defender's name is tricky.
Spinach? Twitch? Stitch?
Inventing suitably humorous chants to poke fun at the Liverpool striker...
Relax, Luis Suarez. So you bit someone in the heat of the moment.
Iron Mike has been there and he's got your back. Feel better now?
The FA have announced today that they have charged Luis Suarez of Liverpool with violent conduct after he took a bite out of Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic during yesterday’s game. Luis Suarez – taking a bite out of the Chelsea defender The incident was not seen by match officials, and therefore can be subsequentl reviewed [...]
Originally posted on Top-soccer.comWith Chelsea seeking vital points in their quest for a Champions League place, their clash with Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday was bound to be fiercely contested. The match was given added spice by the return of Chelsea’s interim boss Rafael Benitez to the club where he had previously been so successful. Although the match was not short of high...