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2014-06-25 02:35:54 AM  
I'm told this was the actual headline in the UK press?  I couldn't find it quoted as such online though, so I'm stealing credit!

/muhahahaha
 
2014-06-25 02:41:14 AM  
Just when you thought it was safe to go back on the pitch!

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2014-06-25 07:15:40 AM  
Why do all these playersbkeep throwingbtheir body parts violently into his mouth?

With any luck he will get banned for life from all FIFA sanctioned events.
 
2014-06-25 07:24:24 AM  

lindseyp: I'm told this was the actual headline in the UK press?  I couldn't find it quoted as such online though, so I'm stealing credit!

/muhahahaha


Here's what it was, on the front page of HuffPo UK:
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2014-06-25 07:26:45 AM  
I blame Pac-Man for teaching our children that it's acceptable to chomp anyone in blue.
 
2014-06-25 07:34:20 AM  
Every once in a while there's an athlete like this that is vilified but I end up feeling bad for him.

Guys like Tyson or Iverson, and now Suarez.

There's something wrong with this guy.  He's not just a dick, there's something beyond that seriously wrong with him.
 
2014-06-25 07:37:06 AM  
What?! Not Big Mouth Strikes Again?!
 
2014-06-25 07:39:14 AM  

MugzyBrown: Every once in a while there's an athlete like this that is vilified but I end up feeling bad for him.

Guys like Tyson or Iverson, and now Suarez.

There's something wrong with this guy.  He's not just a dick, there's something beyond that seriously wrong with him.


It seems that that's his final solution when he's extremely frustrated. So far, his three bites have been: during an argument with an opponent, after being shut down by Ivanovic with Liverpool trailing, and this time with Uruguay in real danger of being eliminated from the WC in the group stage.
 
2014-06-25 07:40:32 AM  
First, I don't know much about soccer.

The refs didn't see the incident so no foul was called. But now FIFA is reviewing the game tapes in order to pass down punishment.

Does FIFA also review game tapes when there are blatant missed or wrong calls that unfairly allow/disallow goals which change the outcome of the game?

Do they also review game tapes to impose fouls (other than for biting) on players for which the refs missed or to overturn wrongly called fouls?
 
2014-06-25 07:43:48 AM  
He was quoted as saying, "Chomp, pachewy chomp. Pachewy chomp"
 
2014-06-25 07:44:44 AM  
I don't know what the price would have been for a transfer for him before this, but I do know it's lower today even if he does not get a domestic ban. And that's his fault for being an idiot. However if he was to get a 20 domestic ban the price drops even further. I don't think it's fair to teams to be punished financially by FIFA for something that did not happen on their watch. All that considered I think no domestic ban with an international ban that runs through the next World Cup would be best.
 
2014-06-25 07:45:26 AM  

Enlightened Liberal: First, I don't know much about soccer.

The refs didn't see the incident so no foul was called. But now FIFA is reviewing the game tapes in order to pass down punishment.

Does FIFA also review game tapes when there are blatant missed or wrong calls that unfairly allow/disallow goals which change the outcome of the game?

Do they also review game tapes to impose fouls (other than for biting) on players for which the refs missed or to overturn wrongly called fouls?


Review only seems to apply to wrongly-called cards or transgressions that the ref missed.
 
2014-06-25 07:46:47 AM  

Ring of Fire: I don't know what the price would have been for a transfer for him before this, but I do know it's lower today even if he does not get a domestic ban. And that's his fault for being an idiot. However if he was to get a 20 domestic ban the price drops even further. I don't think it's fair to teams to be punished financially by FIFA for something that did not happen on their watch. All that considered I think no domestic ban with an international ban that runs through the next World Cup would be best.


He's going to lose value for sure, which is hilarious, since there was talk of Barcelona being willing to pay Suarez's transfer fee to bring him over.
 
2014-06-25 07:47:31 AM  

Enlightened Liberal: First, I don't know much about soccer.

The refs didn't see the incident so no foul was called. But now FIFA is reviewing the game tapes in order to pass down punishment.

Does FIFA also review game tapes when there are blatant missed or wrong calls that unfairly allow/disallow goals which change the outcome of the game?

Do they also review game tapes to impose fouls (other than for biting) on players for which the refs missed or to overturn wrongly called fouls?


My understanding of it is that the ref writes a report. If in that report he says I saw the incident there was nothing wrong, that's the end of it no video review. If however the ref says I know something happened, but I have no idea what because I did not see it. Then FIFA can open an investigation and review film.
 
2014-06-25 07:50:07 AM  

Ring of Fire: Enlightened Liberal: First, I don't know much about soccer.

The refs didn't see the incident so no foul was called. But now FIFA is reviewing the game tapes in order to pass down punishment.

Does FIFA also review game tapes when there are blatant missed or wrong calls that unfairly allow/disallow goals which change the outcome of the game?

Do they also review game tapes to impose fouls (other than for biting) on players for which the refs missed or to overturn wrongly called fouls?

My understanding of it is that the ref writes a report. If in that report he says I saw the incident there was nothing wrong, that's the end of it no video review. If however the ref says I know something happened, but I have no idea what because I did not see it. Then FIFA can open an investigation and review film.


That's how you get situations where de Jong's kung-fu kick to Xabi Alonso's chest in the 2010 WC final only gets a yellow and no further punishment, while Ramires got a 4-match ban for his missed elbow to an opponent's face in the EPL. One of them got seen and judged by the ref, the other was missed.
 
2014-06-25 07:53:23 AM  
this is not a morality contest!
 
2014-06-25 08:02:15 AM  
I remembered when Danny Ainge got bit by Tree Rollins, Ainge's finger was almost bit off. Mjst be embarrassing to be bit by a Tree.
 
2014-06-25 08:03:02 AM  

Princip's Sandwich: Ring of Fire: I don't know what the price would have been for a transfer for him before this, but I do know it's lower today even if he does not get a domestic ban. And that's his fault for being an idiot. However if he was to get a 20 domestic ban the price drops even further. I don't think it's fair to teams to be punished financially by FIFA for something that did not happen on their watch. All that considered I think no domestic ban with an international ban that runs through the next World Cup would be best.

He's going to lose value for sure, which is hilarious, since there was talk of Barcelona being willing to pay Suarez's transfer fee to bring him over.


I don't know - an international ban only for a few years would actually be a good thing for his employer.

They get one of the best players in the world, in his prime with zero chance of being injured when playing for his national side.

Of course the fact that he might chomp someone might be perceived as a negative.

As a Liverpool fan who watched Suarez a lot this season where he was almost always the best player on the pitch I can't believe it. There is something wrong with him.

If it's a total ban maybe he can grow a mustache and get the lead in the Freddy Mercury biopic that Sacha Baron Cohen dropped out of.
 
2014-06-25 08:05:23 AM  

fo_sho!: Princip's Sandwich: Ring of Fire: I don't know what the price would have been for a transfer for him before this, but I do know it's lower today even if he does not get a domestic ban. And that's his fault for being an idiot. However if he was to get a 20 domestic ban the price drops even further. I don't think it's fair to teams to be punished financially by FIFA for something that did not happen on their watch. All that considered I think no domestic ban with an international ban that runs through the next World Cup would be best.

He's going to lose value for sure, which is hilarious, since there was talk of Barcelona being willing to pay Suarez's transfer fee to bring him over.

I don't know - an international ban only for a few years would actually be a good thing for his employer.

They get one of the best players in the world, in his prime with zero chance of being injured when playing for his national side.

Of course the fact that he might chomp someone might be perceived as a negative.

As a Liverpool fan who watched Suarez a lot this season where he was almost always the best player on the pitch I can't believe it. There is something wrong with him.

If it's a total ban maybe he can grow a mustache and get the lead in the Freddy Mercury biopic that Sacha Baron Cohen dropped out of.


He's going to lose value as someone who can't handle pressure. He's a real talent, one of the better strikers playing right now, but he can't seem to keep his head.
 
2014-06-25 08:16:11 AM  
Hmmmm. I feel like Italian for dinner tonight! Should I have tortellini, fettuccine or chiellini?
 
2014-06-25 08:23:09 AM  
By the way Suarez may get a red if Chiellini wasn't a total biatch the whole game.

I wouldn't have believed him either if I was the ref.
 
2014-06-25 08:30:24 AM  
pbs.twimg.com
 
2014-06-25 08:36:27 AM  

Princip's Sandwich: Ring of Fire: Enlightened Liberal: First, I don't know much about soccer.

The refs didn't see the incident so no foul was called. But now FIFA is reviewing the game tapes in order to pass down punishment.

Does FIFA also review game tapes when there are blatant missed or wrong calls that unfairly allow/disallow goals which change the outcome of the game?

Do they also review game tapes to impose fouls (other than for biting) on players for which the refs missed or to overturn wrongly called fouls?

My understanding of it is that the ref writes a report. If in that report he says I saw the incident there was nothing wrong, that's the end of it no video review. If however the ref says I know something happened, but I have no idea what because I did not see it. Then FIFA can open an investigation and review film.

That's how you get situations where de Jong's kung-fu kick to Xabi Alonso's chest in the 2010 WC final only gets a yellow and no further punishment, while Ramires got a 4-match ban for his missed elbow to an opponent's face in the EPL. One of them got seen and judged by the ref, the other was missed.


Also, when Abby Wambaugh got sucker punched in the last Summer Olympics by a Colombian player.  It happened behind the play, so none of the Referees saw it, but it was clear something happened.  It's similar to how the NFL will fine a player for something that happened during a game and was not called by the Referee.
 
2014-06-25 08:44:11 AM  

skinink: I remembered when Danny Ainge got bit by Tree Rollins, Ainge's finger was almost bit off. Mjst be embarrassing to be bit by a Tree.


Heh, I just saw Tree Rollins this past weekend - twice. He's an asst with the Chicago Sky.

Oh, and biting people is bad, to keep it on topic.
 
2014-06-25 08:46:20 AM  
That's such a tender subject.
 
2014-06-25 08:52:25 AM  
I can't shake the feeling that, at this point, somehow the joke is on all of us.  Bite someone once or twice, and my reaction is that you're out of control and need help.  But if it happens a third time, it's got to be some sort of performance art, right?
 
2014-06-25 08:53:42 AM  

EyeballKid: What?! Not Big Mouth Strikes Again?!


Leave my mother out of this, please.
 
2014-06-25 08:59:04 AM  
Why are asking whether or not he'll be suspended when we should be asking why he hasn't been arrested?
 
2014-06-25 09:05:13 AM  
Wait! Wait! Wait! Wait!,
Did something mildly interesting happen at the World Cup?
 
2014-06-25 09:07:38 AM  

The Muthaship: Why are asking whether or not he'll be suspended when we should be asking why he hasn't been arrested?


Valid point.

Yes, he deserves to be arrested, but on a bigger scale, is it worth creating an international incident at the World Cup?

If Brazil sends in the police to arrest Suarez now, it's going to be a very heated quarterfinal match if Brazil and Uruguay win their round of 16 matches. They would be on a collision course on July 4th. That match would get super ugly.

Let FIFA handle it for now. After the game on July 4th, arrest the son of a biatch.
 
2014-06-25 09:11:36 AM  
To be fair to Suarez, chiellini is supposed to be served al dente.
 
2014-06-25 09:11:37 AM  
Why is this even being debated? Ban him and get him some help.
/will not elaborate on my quasi scientific socio-cultural theory on this whole incident
//can't believe this %$^#& despoiling this great sport
 
2014-06-25 09:14:14 AM  

grokca: Wait! Wait! Wait! Wait!,
Did something mildly interesting happen at the World Cup?


Gee you're so cool and interesting! We should hang out!
 
2014-06-25 09:15:01 AM  
It's hip to be squarejawed.
 
2014-06-25 09:16:04 AM  

grokca: Wait! Wait! Wait! Wait!,
Did something mildly interesting happen at the World Cup?


No. Get back to your OTA rumors and tidbits reading on Bleacher Report
 
2014-06-25 09:18:31 AM  
Luis, Luis, ow, ow, let my shoulder go
 
2014-06-25 09:24:04 AM  
Suarez uses bite. It's super effective!
 
2014-06-25 09:26:43 AM  
The dual flop afterwards was truly inspirational.
 
2014-06-25 09:32:17 AM  
All the people who bet on him biting someone are happy right now.

This was an actual prop bet in Europe.
 
2014-06-25 09:38:51 AM  
Get this squirrel off the field and onto a headshrinkers couch please. The son of a biatch is too bitey for 1st grade let alone World cup matches.
 
2014-06-25 09:39:41 AM  

balfourk: All the people who bet on him biting someone are happy right now.

This was an actual prop bet in Europe.


There was even an outlandish one that paid off if Suarez tried to replicate Ozzy Osbourne's classic bat incident, but with a robotic facsimile of the animal to keep activists at bay and a specially softened spot near the posterior so as to not hurt the baller's teeth.

Alas, nobody took the bot bat butt bite bet.
 
2014-06-25 09:44:33 AM  
This gets my vote for Headline of the Week.
 
2014-06-25 09:49:01 AM  
If I'm an opponent, I put 1-2 of my roughest "goons" on him to needle him all match long. When he inevitably breaks and bites one of them, at best the ref sees it and we get a red card and a lifetime ban. At worst, the FA/FIFA reviews it later and he gets a lifetime ban.
 
2014-06-25 09:50:52 AM  
I'd love to see Pepe vs Suarez one day. Can we make that happen?
 
2014-06-25 09:58:03 AM  
Was hoping for a side of fava beans and a nice Chianti

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2014-06-25 09:59:46 AM  

Crewmannumber6: this is not a morality contest!


Except when it's done to one of his own players; then it's "HANGDASUMB*TCH!"

Even the Uruguayan press got into it: A Uruguayan reporter there at the press conference applauded Oscar Tabarez's response.  Another Uruguayan-based reporter told an English counterpart "You only want to talk about (Suarez biting someone), not about the game."

I'm getting the distinct feeling that if Uruguay played against Italy, Pope Francis was a player and Lugano broke his leg, Uruguay would throw a victory parade in Lugano's honor.
 
2014-06-25 09:59:53 AM  
All my Colombian friends I was watching the match with yesterday are hoping he gets banned before their match on Saturday.  I think he shouldn't be playing for Uruguay again at that Liverpool fans should be turning his back on him, but that's just me.
 
2014-06-25 10:00:33 AM  

HaywoodJablonski: I'd love to see Pepe vs Suarez one day. Can we make that happen?


Only if it's a steel cage match.
 
2014-06-25 10:01:41 AM  

cc_rider: Was hoping for a side of fava beans and a nice Chianti Chiellini


FTFY.
 
2014-06-25 10:03:58 AM  
I was unaware that the Wachutu Argentines were biters!
 
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