Found February 13, 2012 on Total MLS:
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 of the table with a 1-0 win at Aston Villa but the big news of the weekend happened at Old Trafford where second place Manchester United beat Liverpool 2-1. The match was overshadowed by the pregame though where Liverpool’s Luis Suarez, just back from a suspension stemming from racial comments toward Manchester United’s’ Patrice Evra, refused to shake hands with Evra. Evra took offense and grabbed at Suarez who then was shunned by Rio Ferdinand who refused to shake the Uruguayan’s hand.  What was an ugly incident intitially could have been put to rest but both Suarez let it linger. After the match Sir Alex Fer...

De Boer: Suarez can do "stupid things"

Ajax coach Frank de Boer has admitted Luis Suarez is capable of "some stupid things". Suarez brought shame on Liverpool last weekend when he refused to shake Patrice Evra's hand ahead of the Barclays Premier League defeat at Manchester United. The South American was eventually forced into an apology after Reds managing director Ian Ayre said Suarez had misled the...

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...

Liverpool sponsor 'disappointed' in conduct

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Report: EPL handshakes to stay

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Steven Cohen: It is the perfect time for Champions League to return (

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