MANCHESTER – Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson agreed with the FA’s decision to impose sanctions on Luis Suarez. For close calls Fergie Ferguson, Suarez deserve such punishment.
But Fergie is not willing to issue an opinion on Liverpool camp protest filed by wearing a T-Shirt which contains support for the Reds against a player who has made racist acts against his players, Patrice Evra.
“Our support to Patrice (Evra) is very clear and remains the same. This issue is finished and I think we are satisfied that they (the FA Disciplinary Commission) gives the right decision, “said Fergie, like quoted by Irish Times, Saturday (12/24/2011).
For Fergie, he commented rather than rivalry between Liverpool and his team as when in the field. But this case is about an act relating to race one player that should not happen in sports.
“This is not about Manchester United and Liverpool at all. It has nothing to do with it. This is a situation where an individual is called racist taunts, “he concluded.
The FA Disciplinary Commission formally verdict for the Uruguay national team striker with eight game ban plus a fine of 40,000 pounds, or about 568.7 million dollars. Suarez was given a few days ahead of time to appeal.