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The bite… that shook England!

Suarez, who brought excitements to the British industrial premier league football, now is is being crucified for biting the Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic during the 2-2 draw with Chelsea at Anfield on Sunday., the British media coverage of the south American player lacks depth and cultural sensitivity… how is biting is different than spitting, stumping, , kicking… racism is live and well in professional sports, but a childish act like biting opponent T-Shirt is considered outrageous, and stupid, barbaric… , in some culture bitting in looked as a form of expressing affection.. where parents bite their own kids to show their love! … it is an assimilation act of affection! A British police statement read: “Merseyside police can confirm that following an incident at the Liverpool v Chelsea game yesterday officers have spoken to Branislav Ivanovic in person. He had no apparent physical injuries and did not wish to make a complaint. This is now a matter for the Football Association.”, which is talking about putting Suarez on an anger management program.
Even the staunchest Liverpool supporters joined the fray. “Why on earth would you want to take a chunk out of someone’s arm when you are on a football field? That is an absolutely incredible act of brutality. It’s madness.”
Suarez offer his personal apology on twitter, Luis Suarez ✔ @luis16suarez.

“I’m sad for what happened this afternoon, I apologize Ivanovic and all football world for my inexcusable behaviour. I’m so sorry about it!!
2:43 PM – 21 Apr 2013

The british league without the foreigner players would be another boring dull league, it wont survive more than a few weeks, these players who were bought like modern expensive slaves, came from south America, Africa and Spain has turned the premiere league to a global spectacle, and generated lots of money along the way. They want the labors and not the culture, they want workers and not the people…the west like middle eatern food but not the people, the south american players but not the people.

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