Luis Suarez’s mum has launched a passionate defence of her son in the wake of the racism row engulfing the Uruguayan, the Liverpool
Liverpool have decided not to appeal the Uruguayan’s eight match ban for racist abuse issued by the Football Association. Suarez is accused of using the word ‘negro’ seven times in two minutes towards Manchester United defender Patrice Evra. The Reds are continuing to protest Suarez’s innocence and Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has stated that there are things the independent regulatory commission have omitted from their report.
Sandra Suarez, who lives in the Uruguayan capital of Montevideo, is refusing to accept her son used a racist term and believes that the FA have been too harsh to ban him for eight games. The 24 year old has often been accused of being tempestuous and whilst Sandra Suarez admits her son is volatile at times, he is not someone who will racially abuse somebody else.
‘The truth is that I laugh when they call my son racist. Nothing could be further from the truth. It’s a shame because it had been a perfect year for Luis. I know my son. I know he has to calm down a bit with things like the salute he made to rival fans, but he’s no racist. One thing is his conduct on the pitch and another is that they accuse him of being a racist. Nothing could be further from the truth’, Suarez’s mother defiantly said.
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