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Stevie G is only too aware that Liverpool's season unravelled at Selhurst Park, when the Reds decided to let Crystal Palace score three goals in the space of nine minutes.
This hit no one harder than poor old Luis Suarez, who blubbed like a small toddler when things didn't go his way.
After the domestic season and before his annual attempt to force a move away from Liverpool, Suarez had a World Cup campaign to deal with. However, this was put into jeopardy when he picked up an injury while training with Uruguay.
The talismanic striker managed to score a brace against England "at 50 per cent fitness," but then tragedy struck in the match against Italy, when he accidentally tripped and lost his balance, landing teeth-first on Giorgio Chiellini's shoulder.
Poor Luis was given absolutely no sympathy for his unfortunate tooth injury by the evil English-speaking media, and the anti-Uruguay conspirators at FIFA gave him a four-month ban for the game—just for biting someone on the field for the third time! How harsh is that?
Suarez's future looks a little brighter, as the banned player has now been bought by a team banned from buying players, but he still faces a few more months of no football-related activity.