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Third BITE doesn't mean FIFA should threat him like a criminal and take out his WC credentials. No one is questioning the punishment here, just the kind of punishment.

Maybe it is a little harsh, but mind you, he was suspended and fined twice before, for the same reason, and he kept on doing the same mistake. Maybe this will teach him a lesson.

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Why does he bite people though? Like wtf why not punch then or give them a shoulder. Was he a dog in another life or something?

With teeth like that - I'd guess he was Chief Beaver :)

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Third BITE doesn't mean FIFA should threat him like a criminal and take out his WC credentials. No one is questioning the punishment here, just the kind of punishment.

Well he won't do it again right? That's the whole concept behind punishment!!!

So what if he suffers some discomfort - that's life Cause/Reaction.

He caused the situation by being an idiot

The reaction is FIFA have acted in a way that demonstrates this will not be tolerated.

FIFA HAVE to do this - International sponsors WILL NOT put up with this behaviour from a 'professional'

Parents with kids now have a lot of explaining to do - how many copycat bites do you expect to see now in Children? If there were statistics, you would see a massive increase.

This is NOBODY else's fault apart from Suarez.

As for 'precedent' - I doubt anybody had foreseen such an act in a World Cup - leaving FIFA with a blank canvass - they have made a decision and now set a precedent. Anybody else guilty of biting in a FIFA controlled match will now receive the same punishment.

I get why you think this is English bias - but it's not - it was a deplorable action on the World Stage.

I'm a little sad that you don't actually support this action - most feel FIFA have been lenient.

As for the RAWK brigade - they knew it was coming.

If I got banned from driving for being an idiot - do you think my employer could lobby for me to still drive to work - NO - the fact that I am banned is my own fault and my employer suffers from hiring an idiot and as such would likely replace me, those are the consequences of my actions...

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No, and no. Intentional violent tackle is not what football is about. Take the Aguero/Luiz incident two seasons ago. Thats definitely not what you should expect to see on the pitch. You are basically saying if the agressor using his foot in FOOTball, its more acceptable than using his teeth. I can't accept that. I agree, biting is totally out of place, but again, I said he deserved the punishment, I'm just saying FIFA just went too far, specially with the 4 month ban, and taking out his WC credentials and treating him like a criminal.

Its not the only problem here. What was the criterion used to punish him? Who punished him? Why 9 games and not 10? Why 4 months and not 3, 5, 6, or even 1 year?

Punishment with no rules to regulate the punitive power is always some kind of authoritarianism.

His football activity ban is totally out of place. FIFA should only ban players from international duties. His aggression happened in a WC. Why he should be banned from club competition? Competitions that FIFA is not involved?

But in the last sentence you said FIFA should obligate Suarez to see some psychiatrist. It seems you love an authoritarianism, just like most part of Brazilians.

Treating like a criminal ? He is a fucking criminal. He bit a person, which is assault. If he was an everyday Joe and had bit a person out in the streets for the third time right now I can guarantee that he would be getting bummed in a public jail.

What is wrong with obligating him to see a psychiatrist ? He is clearly mentally ill. If I was working at an office and my coworker started biting other people I'd want the guy to be fired. If not, I'd need some assurance that the poor fucker is being treated and hence my health is not endangered every time I am in the same room with him. Every time defenders face this guy next season they better be careful turning their backs to him.

If they ban him from just international competition Uruguay will just organize meaningless friendlies making the ban completely ineffective. If you have any doubt about that, consider the fact that even their president is out to meet him. It's not like there are any major international tournaments coming up anyways after this in the next few months. An international ban would be useless.

As everyone else has also said before, this is the THIRD time he has done this. Seeing that a ten game suspension was in fact not enough to keep him from doing this again the ban should have in fact been larger than 4 months.

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Parents with kids now have a lot of explaining to do - how many copycat bites do you expect to see now in Children? If there were statistics, you would see a massive increase.

To honest I don't get this kind of argument. If you think what he did offended Children, then kids should not be allowed to watch football.

So Suarez should be banned from football because parents with kids have a lot of explaining to do?

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Treating like a criminal ? He is a fucking criminal. He bit a person, which is assault. If he was an everyday Joe and had bit a person out in the streets for the third time right now I can guarantee that he would be getting bummed in a public jail.

I'm leaving this topic.

I like psychedelic stuff, but thats enough for me.

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Maybe it is a little harsh, but mind you, he was suspended and fined twice before, for the same reason, and he kept on doing the same mistake. Maybe this will teach him a lesson.

He was fined by FA. FIFA has nothing to do with his behavior in Premier League.

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To honest I don't get this kind of argument. If you think what he did offended Children, then kids should not be allowed to watch football.

So Suarez should be banned from football because parents with kids have a lot of explaining to do?

That's not what he means and you know it isn't.

I'm a football coach and last night at an under 8s training session, I had dozens of kids laughing and joking saying they were going to bite someone. It only takes one bad tackle or push and that bite becomes a reality in the heat of the situation.

And you're saying a bite isn't assault? :blink:

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Third BITE doesn't mean FIFA should threat him like a criminal and take out his WC credentials. No one is questioning the punishment here, just the kind of punishment.

why not? if he was to stay in brazil with uruguay team, he would provoke a reaction from the fans, the opposition etc during matches and looking at how he acted like a massive twat on the touchline 4 years ago vs Ghana (after getting sent off) , FIFA are spot on to send him packing

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That's not what he means and you know it isn't.

I'm a football coach and last night at an under 8s training session, I had dozens of kids laughing and joking saying they were going to bite someone. It only takes one bad tackle or push and that bite becomes a reality in the heat of the situation.

And you're saying a bite isn't assault? :blink:

Exactly, what I was going to say. So many kids look to him, and he bites people, they are going to do the same. And what if he or them, God forbids, bite an artery, and do something to the other player. He is a magestic footballer, wacked in the head tho.

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Also as for Leonardo after his elbow he visited Ramos in hospital and was crying when he apologized. Suarez's action wasn't as severe but has shown absolutely no remorse and in fact believes there is a conspiracy against him. All the more reason to punish him if he doesn't see his faults.

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Henrique's posts do get more bites than a defender marking Suarez don't they.

It was his third time doing this, he's already had two bans so of course it was going to be heavy especially doing it in the biggest international tournament going.

As for his credentials being removed, what choice did FIFA have? What reason did he have for still being there? HE HAS NO BUSINESS HAVING CREDENTIALS. That's why they were removed and why he was told to fuck off. That doesn't mean he's being treated like a criminal.

He's being treated like a person without appropriate credentials.

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I'm leaving this topic.

I like psychedelic stuff, but thats enough for me.

go to your local shopping centre and bite people at random. see for yourself if its an assault or not.

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I'm leaving this topic.

I like psychedelic stuff, but thats enough for me.

Next time someone bites you at the office don't call it an assault. Be a gentleman, give the man your whole arm.

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Third BITE doesn't mean FIFA should threat him like a criminal and take out his WC credentials. No one is questioning the punishment here, just the kind of punishment.

Yes it does.

Because if you do it a third time it means you will never learn. So you have no choice but to throw the book at him, or some chiellini. ?

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The thing is - if he HAD ADMITTED IT and apologised - I think his punishment would have been less.

Not admitting it, threatening to sue FIFA etc is never going to end well

That's why he's a MASSIVE BELL END along with all of his supporters.

Admit you did something wrong, take the punishment like a man and move on...

I mean the video evidence is there - why even deny it?

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To honest I don't get this kind of argument. If you think what he did offended Children, then kids should not be allowed to watch football.

So Suarez should be banned from football because parents with kids have a lot of explaining to do?

I guess you don't have kids?

Monkey see, monkey do - is how children are influenced, parenting and education provide a filter for behaviour - along with children finding 'role models'

Suarez did something that was so out of the ordinary for a football match, it's hard for parents to explain (rationally) and to ensure kids don't think this behaviour is acceptable.

Football has worked hard (especially in the UK) to get rid of racism, fighting and bad language - so that the sport millions of children follow can be enjoyed by the whole family - this is a good thing.

I'm sure you can twist my words to suit your agenda - fair play - I always read your posts and try to understand the different angle you take, I like that - it challenges my thoughts and opinions. But, I'm really struggling to understand your perspective on this.

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