Found February 14, 2012 on
PLAYERS: Patrice Evra
Patrice Evra, Chris Smalling and Sir Alex Ferguson agree that the secret to Manchester United's success lies with everyone at the club. Players and coaches rely on support staff to take care of off-field details, so they can focus on matters on it. Jonny Evans, Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez, Smalling and Evra lead a behind-the scenes tour of United's practice facility at Carrington. They introduce fans to the longtime laundry and equipment manager, Albert Morgan, and other back-room staff. "Evans gives sponsors and support staff shout-outs in the video as well. "The kit ladies who have got all our DHL training...

No sanctions for Liverpool and United

Liverpool and Manchester United will not face disciplinary action from the Football Association over the scenes at Old Trafford that followed Luis Suarez's refusal to shake Patrice Evra's hand. Players from both clubs were involved in a heated exchange at half-time during United's 2-1 win on Saturday, while Evra was spoken to by referee Phil Dowd after the final whistle...

Luis Suarez Expresses Remorse For His Refusal To Shake Hands With Patrice Evra

The weekend match between two of English great clubs was full of tension with the added drama of Suarez and Evra not shaking hands. I am sure we all know the story by now or may be I should just refresh your memory on what transpired between the Uruguay striker and the Frenchman in October last year. Luiz Suarez was accused of using racial insults on Evra, an offense that led to...

Time for a truce between warring rivals

What's in a handshake? Saturday in Manchester gave us another reason to ask. For me, a handshake is a way to acknowledge the presence of another human being. It can be heartfelt or it can be insincere, but one thing is for sure, it can't be cowardly. In my world, real men shake hands. The decision by Liverpool's Luis Suarez not to shake hands with Manchester United...

Weekend That Was - February 13

The Weekend That Was is a new article that will post every Monday and will take a look at the weekend that was in the world of football/soccer. We’ll take a brief look at happenings in the English Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, and any other noteworthy occurrences in world football. Let’s get it started with our first installment. In England, Manchester City stayed top...

Frank de Boer: I hope Luis Suarez stays at Liverpool despite Patrice Evra row (

The striker's former boss admits both player and club have made a big mistake, but he does not think the Uruguayan is racist and hopes he remains in English football

Anti-racism campaigners urge FA to ban Luis Suarez & insist striker should apologize directly to Patrice Evra (

Show Racism the Red Card representatives have voiced displeasure with the Uruguayan and want him to undergo a process of education so he can 'see error of his ways' for Evra snub

Liverpool sponsor 'disappointed' in conduct

Liverpool's biggest sponsor criticized the club Monday for its conduct during the fractious Premier League match against Manchester United that was marred by Luis Suarez's refusal to shake hands with Patrice Evra.

Da Silva: Suarez fired United up

Fabio da Silva says Luis Suarez’s failure to shake Patrice Evra’s hand inspired Manchester United to victory over Liverpool on...
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