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Evra will pursue Suarez claims (AUDIO)

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson says Patrice Evra will pursue claims he was racially abused by Liverpool striker Luis Suarez.

The left-back made the claims after the 1-1 draw at the weekend, stating there were numerous incidents throughout the match.

United are in Romania for their Champions League clash with debutants FC Galati. Last year's runners-up are yet to win in the competition this year, having drawn their opening matches against Benfica and FC Basel.

Wayne Rooney is expected to start after being benched in the Anfield clash.

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Writer: Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 18 2011

Time: 10:55AM

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Best of luck to Evra but I can't help but feel Suarez will walk free. We've seen in the past that witness accounts and video proof isn't enough. You need audio evidence and that's pretty hard to retrieve if the player is saying it under his breath or just loud enough for Evra to hear and that's without factoring a full stadium with fans chanting, singing, cheering and jeering. Evra was clearly distressed with Suarez.
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