Luis Suarez Apologizes And Promises Never To Bite Anyone Again
September 11, 2015
Days after being sent home from the World Cup in disgrace, Suarez issued an apology on Twitter and Facebook for biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini. The 27-year-old Uruguay striker, who has a well-documented history of sinking his teeth into opponents, also vowed to never be involved in a similar incident again.. FIFA bit back with a nine-game suspension and a four-month ban
that sent Suarez home from Brazil ahead of his team. But only time — and the absence of tooth marks on his opponents — will tell if the promise can be kept.
Luis Suarez has made an apology and promise. Suarez’ latest biting incident occurred late in a group-stage game on June 24 that sent Uruguay into the Round of 16. The apology was quickly accepted. Without Suarez, Uruguay was eliminated by Colombia.
The apology apparently satisfied Chiellini, who responded to Suarez on Twitter