Evra: The FA Accused Suarez Denounced by Patrice Evra because of alleged racial slurs, Luis Suarez has been questioned by the FA. The incident took place during the last Liverpool – Manchester United, October 15. The French international had complained of the conduct of Uruguay at the end of the meeting.
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has been accused of racist allegations against Patrice Evra. The FA has retained the accusations of the French side Manchester United ( 1 — 1 ), who had complained of the conduct of Uruguay at the end of the meeting. “There are cameras and you can see me say some words at least a dozen times. There is no place for it in 2011,” revealed Evra. Suarez denied the allegations of the former Monaco. The FA’s investigation and questioned the Liverpuldien.
In a short statement, the FA, who viewed images of the meeting, decided to attack: The FA today accused the Liverpool player Luis Suarez, following an incident during the match Liverpool — Manchester United at Anfield October 15, 2011. Suarez was indicted for insulting or have misbehaved towards Patrice Evra. The Uruguayan is also charged with having included a reference to ethnicity and or color and or race of Patrice Evra.
Suarez will not plead guilty
Club Liverpool responded quickly on its official website. The club wants the Mersey taking the time to analyze the situation and take stock with his attacker. “We will discuss the problem with (Luis Suarez) when it is income from its international obligations, but he will not plead guilty and hope that it will ask to be heard. Luis remains determined to clear his name after allegations made in his against it by Patrice Evra.“