Suarez has apologised

About time too
Now it can all go away
15:24 Sun 12th Feb 2012
 
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Good though that is, it's left a stain on LFC, or more specifically on Suarez. It's patently obvious that the club have had to intervene and get a grip of their loose cannon. His days at Liverpool are numbered IMHO and with the increased scrutiny he will now find himself under I doubt it'll be long before he transgresses.
Here he is biting a players ear.

Not sure how many countries he has left who will have him back !
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58ILbyflta8
Big deal.The words door,shut,horse,bolted come to mind.
IMO there is no way he can be excused for the disgraceful gesture of refusing to shake the hand of Evra.
This is compounded by the fact, that he had told his club,in the morning,that he would shake his hand.
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In the spirit of reconciliation I have not mentioned the apology seems to be aimed at LFC and not Patrice Evra

Luis Suarez you know what you are
I am certain the American owners are behind this statement. Liverpool FC is a valuable asset and its brand is being trashed by one player and a loyal but misguided manager.

// "I have spoken with the manager [Kenny Dalglish] since the game at Old Trafford and I realise I got things wrong.
"I have not only let him down but also the club and what it stands for and I'm sorry. I made a mistake and I regret what happened.
"I should have shaken Patrice Evra's hand before the game and I want to apologise for my actions.
"I would like to put this whole issue behind me and concentrate on playing football." //

I think the owners will have also told Kenny to get a grip or he is out.
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Steve - I have watched the video of yesterday's handshakes several times.
Perhaps you'd care to confirm quite what it is that you think you see?
i couldn't if i wanted to as i have no ideas what it means!
To be fair, SAF was the epitome of the professional manager yesterday, criticised his own player (Evra) for his end of match celebration. Shame KK couldn't bring himself to do the same in relation to Suarez who has made him and the club look like mugs for agreeing to but subsequently refusing the handshake.

Damage already done, 'apology' too late.
Sorry Steve,totally disagree.
I have watched numerous replays of this incident.Having seen it all on both Sky
and BBC many times now,it is completely beyond me,how you can say,that Evra
was the perpetrator,in this whole affair.
I bet there was some arm twisting by KD to get Suarez to apolagise.
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What does that mean?

Suarez passes over Evra's hand and Evra then grabbed at his arm. Anything that happens after that is precipitated by Suarez's petulant actions.

If you really want to argue the toss and claim to have 'an opinion' you really ought to watch it, again.
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Steve, I see you're wearing your LFC blinkers today
Eh?
Have you had an extra large helping of Sherry trifle?

Watch the clip again and see if you can spot the part where Suarez shakes Evra's proffered hand.......as he had agreed to do last Sunday.
Suarez has made a monkey out of KD (a man I hold in high esteem) and out of LFC (not *my* club, but a club that deserves more respect than it is currently receiving from its' own player).
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Don't be a twit. Suarez has admitted to it by apolgising. He says // I should have shook Evras hand and that was a mistake //

Don't you believe your own player?
Where do you think the Facebook link takes you to?
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