Debate: How Should FIFA Deal with Luis Suarez After Alleged World Cup Bite?

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Debate: How Should FIFA Deal with Luis Suarez After Alleged World Cup Bite?
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FIFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Uruguay striker Luis Suarez over his alleged bite during the World Cup Group D match against Italy, reports BBC Sport.

The Liverpool star was involved in an altercation with Azzurri defender Giorgio Chiellini during the match, and television replays appeared to show the forward biting his opponent on the shoulder.

Uruguay went on to win the match 1-0 to send the Italians out of the tournament, but the headlines on Wednesday have surrounded the incident.

Uruguay and Suarez have until 9pm BST/4pm ET on Wednesday to respond to the charge, as Sky Sports reported.

But what is the best course of action for FIFA over the incident?

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Banned from all play for the remainder of 2014 & banned from international play for 5 yrs (only allowed to return upon agreeing to weekly evaluati...
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It's surely a no-brainer, as a repeat offender Suarez should be banned from the tournament pending psychological tests. Whether he will be though is a...
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A lot of people are defending him because "he can't control it". That is exactly the reason he needs to be done playing international football. A ma...
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I totally agree! I saw chiellini bite his own shoulder minutes before the altercation with Suarez. Planting the teeth marks as evidence only to try a...
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Are you people nuts? Banned for the tournament, year, 2 years??? He should be banned forever from FIFA play. His professional days should be OVER.
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