peachesenregalia wrote:Gatehawk wrote:Just when you think Suarez has apologized: http://www.theguardian.com/football/201 ... y-training
You should really stop reading $h!t like this. Because the report said "Suarez apologized to his teammates", this paper has read that as "He offered Rodgers no apology". It's sensationalist crap designed to sell papers. Suarez will be just fine. He'll lay low for a while, serve the remainder of his ban, then come back scoring. This is Liverpool's make or break chance with him, though. If we miss out on CL again, he's the same as gone.
But it's funny, just when everyone comes out saying Suarez has apologized, the Guardian is probably the only one to say that he didn't.