Wherever Luis Suárez goes in the world, goals tend to follow. I guess practice makes perfect, because he has that goal celebration down to a fine art.
As the Boks continue to grow in stature after another resounding World Cup victory trouble is brewing, One photo in particular doesn’t look good.
The bottle openers of Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez have finally hit shelves in England, putting that chomping footballer to good use.
The president of Uruguay, José Mujica, has chimed in on the whole Suarez-biting incident and sent out a few words on what he thinks of FIFA.
Uruguay’s Luis Suarez biting Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini during Tuesday’s World Cup match may not even be the first time Suarez attempted to bite the exact same player.
Uruguay striker Luis Suárez has once again caused an uproar by biting an Italian player during World Cup, and is set to face a FIFA disciplinary hearing within the week.
Luis Suarez, hated universally for his unsportsmanlike conduct, was in the headlines again this week after a Tottenham Hostpurs mascot snubbed his handshake on live TV.
It has been a while since Luis Suárez bit the arm of Branislav Ivanović during a match between Liverpool and Chelsea. Lest you forget again, local artistic genius, Regis Matare has stepped up to the plate, producing a stunning portrait of the event. Check it out.
Moments after news broke of Suarez biting Chelsea defender, Branislav Ivanovic, Suarez had a new Twitter follower, none other than Mike Tyson. I cannot stress to you enough how awesome this is.
The name Luis Suarez leaves a bitter taste in most South African’s mouths after the 2010 FIFA World Cup. But this time Luis has moved to another level. Liverpool’s “trouble-prone” striker attempted to bite the arm of Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic. Check it out
Manic Monday, also known as Transfer Deadline Day, was ended as Big Ben tolled at 11pm UK time yesternight. Torres had been choppered down to West London, Carroll had been whisked from North East to North West and Charlie Adam was seen in a rubber dingy trying to defect from Blackpool. One man is responsible for the hullabaloo: Roman Abramovich.