Ferguson rejects Suarez peace talks

Ahead of Liverpool’s clash with Manchester United on the 11th of February, the Liverpool board have called for peace talks between the two clubs to try and restore harmony after the Luis Suarez racism saga. However, United manager Sir Alex Ferguson does not deem the talks necessary.

The Scot told BBC Sport that: “I do not see why there is any need for it. It is nice of them to do it through the press. You would have thought they would come to Manchester United first. I do not see why there is any need for it but I have nothing to say about it.”

Luis Suarez earlier this week issued an apology to anyone his use of the word ‘negro’ may have offended, but his club believe in order to maintain a relationship with their bitter rivals they should undergo talks to minimise any abuse Suarez may receive ahead of the match.

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