Luis Suarez cast a dark shadow over Uruguay’s enormous victory on Tuesday when he bit Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini’s shoulder. Perhaps the most disturbing part about the bite is that it was the third — thats right, third — time Suarez has done that to an opponent.
On Nov. 20, 2010, Suarez was suspended seven games by the Dutch FA for biting an opponent in the middle of a discussion with players and referees. It looked like something that was straight out of a vampire movie.
history of Suarez biting. http://t.co/M9182GEkJl
— Steph (@myregularface) June 24, 2014
Then on April 21, 2013, Suarez was given a 10-match ban and a massive fine by Liverpool after he bit Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic on the arm during an English Premier League game.
Given his history and the evidence that has already been aired on TV (like these bite marks on Chiellini’s shoulder), it would be a shock if FIFA does not suspend Suarez. The fact that he has bitten three opponents in the past four years is disturbing. Suarez, as good of a player as he is, obviously has some sort of serious issue. He needs therapy or something.