Why Luis Suarez Should Be Banned for Remainder of 2014 World Cup

Team Stream Now@@bleacherreportB/R VideoJune 24, 2014

Italy are going home and Uruguay advance—but in ugly fashion.

Luis Suarez, considered to be having the best tournament of his life so far, was seen biting Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini late in the game—the third such instance in Suarez's career.

Suarez was not penalised in any way by the referee in the game.

What should FIFA do with Suarez, and how does this affect his transfer status in the summer?

Find out in the video and leave your comments below.

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