Liverpool were quick to act following the incident with an apology from the Uruguayan being posted on the club’s official website, alongside manager Brendan Rodgers and the club’s managing director Ian Ayre both stating that Suarez’s actions were unacceptable.
Suarez also said that he was trying to get in contact with Ivanovic so that he could apologise in person and he revealed on his Twitter page that he had spoken to the defender, and thanked him for accepting his apology.
However, while it is believed that Ivanovic appreciated the gesture, he has chosen not to accept the apology with Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech saying that his teammate was “not happy at all.”
Suarez was fined by Liverpool and is awaiting further punishment after being charged by the FA.
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