Liverpool 'shocked and disappointed' with 10-game Suarez ban

2014/4/6 
The club's managing director Ian Ayre has questioned
replica Argentina MailloT De Football the severity of the suspension handed to the Uruguay international after he bit Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic Liverpool have expressed their shock and disappointment at the news that the Football Association has handed striker Luis Suarez a 10-game ban for biting Branislav Ivanovic.CANTONA, THATCHER & BARTONEngland's other lengthy bansEric CantonaNine months, kicking a fanMark BosnichNine months, failing a drugs testRio FerdinandEight months, missing a drugs testJoey Barton12 games, violent misconductPaolo Di Canio11 games, pushing over a refereeDavid Prutton10 games, pushing over an officialPaul DavisNine games, punching an opponentLuis SuarezEight games, racial abuseThe incident took place during Sunday's 2-2 draw between the Reds and Chelsea at Anfield.The Uruguay international striker subsequently released a statement
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Liverpool & Tottenham make moves for Benteke

2014/4/6 
The Premier League big hitters have made enquiries for the Belgian striker, who has yet to agree a new contract with Aston Villa after a terrific first season in England EXCLUSIVEBy Wayne VeyseyLiverpool and Tottenham have made enquiries for Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke, Goal understands. The Premier League big hitters are both prepared to offer the Belgium international a bumper rise on his current €24,000-a-week terms this summer as well as a major playing role. Liverpool are believed to have replica Algeria MailloT De Football registered their interest in Benteke as they prepare for the possible departure of Luis Suarez, with Real Madrid leading the chase for the Merseysiders' prize asset. TRANSFER TALK4/1Christian Benteke is 4/1 with BetVictor to
2014 Korea Camiseta de Futbol join TottenhamAs reported by Goal, Anfield boss Brendan Rodgers has been assured that he will be given a large portion of the€47 million-plus Suarez fee to buy a proven centre-forward if the Uruguayan is successful in engineering a move this summer. Spurs have also targeted Benteke as they prepare to reinforce a front line that was found wanting last season. The Londoners have currently dropped their interest in No.1 target Leandro Damiao
replica Costa Rica MailloT De Football and turned their attention to high-calibre alternatives. Benteke had an outstanding debut campaign in England after signing for Villa last year in an€10 million deal, scoring 19 top-flight goals to help maintain the club's Premier League status. The 22-year-old has three years remaining on the contract he signed 12 months ago but there is a growing acceptance among the Villa hierarchy that they are vulnerable if the powerhouse forward pushes for a move. Villa manager Paul Lambert revealed recently that Benteke has been offered an improved contract but his future remains in doubt while it remains unsigned. Borussia Dortmund are also closely monitoring developments. Speaking during the international break at the end of last month, Benteke admitted he may demand a transfer this summer. "If Aston Villa say I must stay, I won't necessarily accept that. I do not in any way want to feel I didn't get the most out of my career." Asked about the possibility of joining Arsenal, who had been linked with a move for him, the striker said: "If the chance comes up for me to join a club like Arsenal, I'm convinced we can reach a compromise where everyone comes out a winner." It is understood that Benteke would be attracted to a move to Anfield but he might have to bide his time as the Suarez saga could drag on all summer. Spurs are looking at other striker alternatives, including Barcelona's David Villa, Saint-Etienne's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Roma's Pablo Osvaldo and Porto's Jackson Martinez.Follow Wayne Veysey on
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