It’s the hot topic on the Sports pages in Britain and in the pubs – the hefty ban handed down on Uruguayan player Luis Suárez for biting an opponent at the World Cup.
The talented but troubled striker must sit out nine games for his country and be away from the game for four-months, which will affect the early part of his season at his club, Liverpool.
Suárez’s ban is the longest World Cup suspension issued for an on-field action. Tom Rivers in London Has the reaction from there.
ABC News correspondnet Tom Rivers joins us from London to discuss:
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