Price per head services learned that Mark Lawrenson, former Liverpool defender, believes that now the club will look to sell Luis Suarez after the controversial player received a lengthy ban from the sport.
FIFA banned Suarez from all football-related activity for four months after he bit Giorgio Chiellini on Tuesday in Uruguay’s 1-0 World Cup win over Italy, in an incident that surprised fans and pay per head services all over the world.
The 27-year-old who is very famous with price per head services also faces a nine-match international ban, as he was sanctioned for similar offences when playing for Ajax and Liverpool.
The striker was banned for 10 matches after biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic last April, and pay per head services found out that Lawrenson, who was very successful in a seven-year spell with the Reds from 1981 to 1988, believes that it is time for the club to part ways with Suarez, who reportedly attracted the interest of Barcelona and Real Madrid.
“It’s just a case of ‘here we go again’, isn’t it? I don’t really think that the punishment fits the crime,” Lawrenson told BBC Radio 5 Live.
“How do you explain to your lad who’s a football fan exactly what Luis Suarez keeps doing?
“He is now obviously a persistent offender and I thought actually the ban would have been much harsher.
“What does Liverpool owner John Henry do now? I would think he wants to wash his hands of Luis Suarez. Henry will try and get the best possible deal for Liverpool. Somebody will buy him. It is football when all is considered.”
Alan Hansen, Lawrenson’s former central defensive partner, believes that Liverpool can give the player another chance, and price per head services would really like to see if this will happen.
“I think the punishment’s fair,” Hansen said.
“Obviously, the worrying thing for any Liverpool supporter was that there was very little or no provocation, and the question is: Will he do it again?
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“Liverpool have got to draw a line under this and say: ‘One more indiscretion and it’s over.’”