Llamarte Luis Suárez.
Llamar neGro a un neGro y que el muy hijo de puta te acuse con la prensa.
Decir que llamas neGros a los neGros en tu pueblo y que por eso todos los neGros del mundo se han de joder...
Que la FA te sancione por desplantes racistas con 7 partidos de suspensión.
NUMBER FIVE YEAH!!!
En el primer partido que inicias después de tu suspensión le niegas la mano al idiota que te acusó!!!!
AND WONDERFUL NUMBER SIX!!!
El presidente de tu equipo te obliga a pedir disculpas por tu sarna mental y preferirías sufrir de escorbuto antes de estar viviendo el calvario que te acosa!!!
“When I went on TV after yesterday’s game I hadn’t seen what had happened, but I did not conduct myself in a way befitting of a Liverpool manager during that interview and I’d like to apologise for that.”
Ayre effectively said Suarez lied in the days before the game, having earlier informed the club’s Director of Football, Damien Comolli, he would not refuse the handshake with Evra.
“We are extremely disappointed Luis Suarez did not shake hands with Patrice Evra before the game,” said Ayre.
“The player had told us beforehand that he would, but then chose not to do so. He was wrong to mislead us and wrong not to offer his hand to Patrice Evra. He has not only let himself down, but also Kenny Dalglish, his teammates and the club.”
Such strong public criticism of the striker is unprecedented by Anfield standards, and exposes the deep sense of anger at Suárez’s undermining of Dalglish.
Earlier attempts to suggest the ‘non handshake’ was instigated by Evra were rejected out of hand by Liverpool.
They are now assessing whether to take disciplinary action against the 24-year-old South American, but they must establish if they can legally do so under the terms of his contract.
Having been ostracised by the rest of English football for his conduct in the original Evra race row, Suárez is now completely isolated.
Liverpool felt particularly let down given their staunch defence of the player throughout the initial Evra case. It was telling that the first reference in Suárez’s statement was aimed towards Dalglish.
“I have spoken with the manager since the game at Old Trafford and I realise I got things wrong,” said Suárez.
“I’ve 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.”
Liverpool’s owners will be undoubtedly monitoring his form and conduct closely over the last few months of the season as they consider if his career on Merseyside can recover from recent event