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Suarez Charged

The wheels of justice are turning!

On the day that Sepp Blatter muddied the racial waters by showing his ignorance on the subject, the Football Association has finally gotten around to charging Luis Suarez with the synopsis now being that they, possibly, now believe that Patrice Evra was perfectly right when he, after the fixture with Liverpool, complained that he was racially abused by the Uruguayan on numerous occasions during the match.

Of course, Suarez continues to protest his innocence and we`re under no illusions that the outcome of this charge could go either way, but, with it appearing to have taken a back-seat to the John Terry case, it`s great to see that the wheels of justice, however slowly, are finally turning!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday November 17 2011

Time: 4:40PM

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I personally didn't expect Suarez to have a case to answer to due to the lack of evidence against him and that he would simply get away with it (assuming he has done something wrong).
TheFamousNo7
Oh and did no-one tell Suarez that if he shook Evra's hand after the game this whole situation could've been avoided? Well, that's according to Blatter anyway. No wonder the game has failed to develop with such a backwards thinking man in charge. Sexist, homophobic and now racist comments as well as a history of allegations of corruption how on Earth is he still in charge?
TheFamousNo7
If Suarez is found guilty he should be banned for the rest of the season to set a precedent. Just a pity that Dear old John Terry probably won't get anywhere near the same punishment as Suarez, seeing as he is (quite inexplicably and disgracefully) England Captain.
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