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Suarez bite v2

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Chiellini immediately holds his shoulder. He bit him.

 

...you have to love him. No one will want to buy him now :) (wishful thinking)

 

Wonder if Cameron will try to get some political gain this time....

 

 

 

To the Italian tv's credit, they didnt give a fuck. They were more concerned with the red card.

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Difficult from those angles but it looked more like a really shit attempt to headbut him in the back of the head to me.

 

The fucking mental little bastard. 

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Nowt like the British media to whip up a controversy. England are truly shit - OH LOOK LOOKS LIKE SOMETHING HAPPENING INVOLVING A PARIAH!

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Posted this in the world cup thread, it looks like a bite to me. He presses his face down into Chiellini's shoulder. If he wasn't trying to bite him then it's one of the shittest attempts at a headbutt I've ever seen.

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Bad news is he's going to get a ban for a long time

 

Only from International games. Would be a very dangerous precedent to apply a domestic ban as only the English FA can do that and then ofcourse each FA would start banning players of other nationalities.

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