SUÁREZ WAS SANCTIONED
Evra, about the racist insults of Suárez: "It was ridiculous for Liverpool to support him"
Published:23/10/2019 - 19:05h
Updated:23/10/2019 - 19:05h
Patrice Evra recalled his racist incident with Luis Suarez from years ago, when the Charrúa militated in Liverpool and he in United. The 'reds' supported their striker and the Frenchman influenced it in his last interview
Patrice Evra and Luis Suárez starred a racist incident does several years (season 2011-2012), in which the French accused to the charrúa to call him several black "times". The '9' of the FC Barcelona played by then in the Liverpool, whereas the Frenchman played in the Manchester United. After the meeting between both groups, the FA investigate thoroughly the occurred and decided to sanction to the Uruguayan.
To the tip imposed him eight parties of sanction and a fine of 40.000 pounds. The Liverpool reacted quickly to the punishment to his star and defended publicly his innocence and the disproportionate of the punishment. The team 'network', in fact, even decided that his players carried a T-shirt of support to Suárez in the following meeting of Premier after the sanction.
Evra Spoke of all this in the program 'Monday Night Football' and left clear that seemed him "ridiculous" that the Liverpool defended something like this. "It was ridiculous that the Liverpool supported him, exposed a lot. You have to support to yours, but this occurred after it knew the sanction... Which message command to the world doing this?", it aimed.
The ex left side French also remembered the party of turn between both groups. Suárez decided to deny him the greeting to the ex 'red devil' for having aired it sucedido in the party of gone. Evra Felt "sad" by him in this moment. "I thought: 'What happens him to this uncle? it is prejudicing To himself same' felt Me sad by him", affirmed.
Carragher arrepiente Of what sucedió
In all the wrap that sucedió, the players of the Liverpool supported to his mate and decided to go out with the T-shirts mentioned previously. In the same program in which the Frenchman spoke, also did it the by then second captain of the 'reds', Jaimie Carragher. The English arrepintió of the decision that took the footballers in this moment.
"We committed a grandísimo error, is obvious. It was afternoon of party, travelled in the day and gather us to eat and asked us if we carried the T-shirts put... Something of what I neither had heard to speak. At the end, the club is like a family, whose first reaction is to support, but in this case was badly. My apologies", concluded.