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Sports Reporter: Suárez Will Be Booted From World Cup for Biting

By    |   Wednesday, 25 Jun 2014 05:58 PM

Uruguay soccer player Luis Suárez, who bit Italian soccer player Giorgio Chiellini in a match this week, will likely be booted from the World Cup soccer tournament in Brazil, says Miami Herald sports writer Michelle Kaufman. 

"Clearly, there's video evidence that he did bite him, and it's a problem," Kaufman told Ed Berliner on "MidPoint" on Newsmax TV on Wednesday. 

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"This is the third time he's done this to an opponent so he definitely has a pattern of being a biter, and I absolutely expect that he will be booted from the tournament," she explained.

"I don't think there's any question that'll happen," Kaufman added. "I'd be shocked if it didn't."

Kaufman says "it's a shame" he did it "because he is one of the best players in the world."

However, Kaufman opines, his disturbing pattern of behavior will work against him.

"He's had multiple big time suspensions . . . and two of the suspensions were for biting so this is the third time with him and it's a reactionary thing," she said.

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Uruguay soccer player Luis Suárez, who bit Italian soccer player Giorgio Chiellini in a match this week, will likely be booted from the World Cup soccer tournament in Brazil, says Miami Herald sports writer Michelle Kaufman.
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