Luis Suarez reckons Manchester United is the most devilish club in England. The Liverpool striker claims the Red Devils hold strong “political power” in England, which they utilize by abusing other clubs and players.
Luis Suarez also informed that Manchester United conspired against him to inflame his race row with their defender Patrice Evra. Liverpool was forced to sideline the Uruguayan international for a while after Luis Suarez’s match ban for racially abusing Patrice Evra.
The race row between Luis Suarez and Patrice Evra has caused a lot of debates. Luis Suarez told reporters he disliked Manchester United because of their immoral behavior and informed that the whole incident left his family in tears.
Well, the Luis Suarez and Patrice Evra saga should go out as an early lesson to Chelsea skipper John Terry, who was has been found guilty of racially abusing Anton Ferdinand. The Football Association will finally reveal their decision over the case before the end of this week.
Luis Suarez was given an eight-match ban after he called Patrice Evra “negro” seven times during a match between Liverpool and Manchester United. Luis Suarez admits that he said the word “negro” once, but in a way that was not offensive.
“It was so hard what happened to me,” Luis Suarez said. “I don’t show my emotions in the field but outside I do it.
“I cried a lot with all the Evra stuff. The trial week was complicated for me. My wife and I cried a lot during that week. That’s when I realized who were the people who really support me and who were the people who were with me because of their own interest.
“People at the club (Liverpool) are sure that it was a way that Man United used to put me out of the team and stop Liverpool.
“I came home and I wanted to do all that, but I couldn’t because my daughter was at home. There were complicated days, and then things became harder after the punishment.”
Luis Suarez also talked about the incident when he refused to shake Patrice Evra’s hand at Old Trafford. Luis Suarez said that he wanted to shake Patrice Evra’s hand but the Manchester United player dropped his hand just to create more problems for him.
“It was a misunderstanding, what happened between me and Evra at Old Trafford,” Luis Suarez said. “In fact, I think it was all arranged against me again, as it had happened with the punishment.
“In England, Man United has this political power, and you have to respect that and shut your mouth.”