It took Luis Suarez only three minutes after returning from his ban for racially abusing Patrice Evra before the Uruguayan striker was amongst the controversy yet again.
Coming on as a substitute in the clash at Anfield between Liverpool and Spurs Suarez aimed a kick which caught Scott Parker full on in the stomach.
Referee Michael Oliver decided to book Suarez rather than issue what many believed was a red card offence.
Ahead of Saturday’s clash between United and Liverpool at Old Trafford, Wayne Rooney wasted no time stoking ip the fire by tweeting:
“If ref sees that kick from suarez and books him for it it should be red.”
There’s no doubt almost all United fans will probably agree with Wazza regardless of whether it really was a red card offence or not such is the level of contempt all Reds hold the Uruguayan in. Let’s ask ourselves though was it really a red card or is it just a case of Rooney playing a bit of mind games before the explosively charged game on Saturday.
Personally I think it’s a red card and he should have been banned for the rest of the season, not that I’m biased at all…