FA HANDS 10 MATCH BAN TO LUIZ SUAREZ FOR BITE ATTACK ON IVANOVIC

Posted: April 24, 2013 in Bizarre, News, sports
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As the saying goes…”No sin goes unpunished”, and that is exactly what the English FA have done by handing controversial Liverpool striker Luiz Suarez a 10 game ban for his astonishing bite attack on Branislav Ivanovic in the premiership game against Chelsea on sunday. This means that Luis Suarez will not play football again until September.
The striker accepted a charge from the FA for violent conduct on Tuesday but took the bizarre step, backed by his club, of making it clear to the governing body that they will appeal should the independent disciplinary commission have decided upon a more severe punishment than the standard three-match suspension.
A statement on the FA website said: ‘Luis Suarez has been suspended for a total of ten matches after an Independent Regulatory Commission today ruled on a charge of violent conduct.
Luis Suarez will not play football again until September after he was hit with an 10-match ban for his astonishing bite attack on Branislav Ivanovic.
The striker accepted a charge from the FA for violent conduct on Tuesday but took the bizarre step, backed by his club, of making it clear to the governing body that they will appeal should the independent disciplinary commission have decided upon a more severe punishment than the standard three-match suspension.
A statement on the FA website said: ‘Luis Suarez has been suspended for a total of ten matches after an Independent Regulatory Commission today ruled on a charge of violent conduct.
Watch the video of the bite here:

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