Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Official FA Drop Sanctions for Suarez

LIVERPOOL - Luis Suarez finally officially sanctioned punishments imposed by law independent FA commission. Fine of 40 thousand pound sterling and the sanctions should not be competing for Liverpool over eight games into the punishment for Suarez.
These penalties are imposed by the FA-related incidents of racism made ​​by the Uruguayan striker when Liverpool met with Manchester United, 15 October. Suarez revealed tantrum when Evra said about the behavior Suarez told French TV.
"The law independent of the FA Commission has found violations committed payload Luis Suarez proved, and issued a ban punishment for eight games and fined him 40,000 pounds to the appeal awaited," the FA said in a statement as quoted by Eurosport, Wednesday (21/12/2011 ).
"Mr. Suarez had used insulting words to the lord Evra, as opposed to the article FA Rule E3 (1); insulting words used by Mr. Suarez contain elements of skin color insult Mr Evra are also published on the regulation E3 (2), "added the statement.
Even so, Suarez could breathe. Because the sentence was suspended until Suarez appealed the sentence against him was.
"Mr. Suarez should get a warning for his behavior in the future, and condemned the ban appeared in eight games in all competitions conducted a competitive team (Liverpool), and a fine of 40,000 pounds; penalties are suspended pending the outcome of any appeal filed by Mr. Suarez in this decision, "concludes the statement.


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