Luis Suarez apologises for his Evra handshake snub, but does that mean we should forgive him?
Suarez on Sunday apologised for his failure to acknowledge Evra's hand during the traditional pre-match greeting as he came face to face with United's captain for the first time since being given an eight-match ban for racially abusing the Frenchman at Anfield in October.
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But Suarez's actions clearly infuriated Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre after Reds manager Kenny Dalglish and club officials were widely criticised for refusing to publicly condemn their player's behaviour.
United boss had Sir Alex Ferguson branded Suarez a disgrace, while Professional Footballers' Association chief Gordon Taylor called the Liverpool star's actions "disrespectful, inappropriate and embarrassing".
Suarez finally showed some contrition in a statement expressing his regret for his actions, but that couldn't prevent Liverpool going public with their anger.
Should we forgive Luis Suarez for his actions after he's apologised? Or should we do as Sir Alex Ferguson suggests, 'Liverpool should sell him' ? Or is there anything to forgive at all? You tell us!
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