Liverpool forward Luis Suarez had the chance to apologise for his actions against Manchester United defender Patrice Evra, the Independent
KickItOut, the organisation aimed at eradicating racism from football, claim that Suarez could have said sorry about the incident that took place during the 1-1 draw between the two clubs at Anfield on October 15th. The Football Association have charged the Uruguayan and he could face a six game ban if found guilty.
Liverpool have backed their player wholeheartedly and Suarez himself has threatened to take the case to court if his appeal is unsuccessful, even seeking help from the Uruguayan government.
A KickItOut spokesman said: ‘It would appear that Patrice Evra had no other option than to lodge a complaint in the absence of an apology or any sort of explanation. The process has begun and we await the outcome.’
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