Italy-Uruguay has left the World interrogative over Suarez’s origin with speculations going on whether he is a kind of a hidden allien among us ? Since the incident, it is wide past time for him and the Uruguayian team to come forward with a clear apology not only to the Italian player, but also to the entire World including Fifa for « pitbulling evidence ».
Clearly the gesture comes in contradiction of the good impression americans’ team have given so far : refreshing, young and enthusiasm. May be the key of their success so far. Costa Rica, Equador, Chili, Uruguay, Colombia, Argentina and Brasil are just lovable to see on the playing field.
Suarez has been heard at CNN commenting the FIFA’s probe with a smile telling « I’m not afraid at all at any sanctions, should this be the case ». It’s either arrogance, stupidy or unconsciousness. He added, if the FIFA were to go through all the previous incidents, then this would be an endless task. Meaning this was regular soccer business as usual.
May be he is right. The fact is this must change. Soccer is mired with lots of vulgar misconducts. Crude and animal.
Only a blind man can buy the Suares’ explanation of « colliding with the Italian player ». This is what happens when deterrent sanctions are not issued in order to stop players from crossing the red line : biting the opponent is a flash point.
Gay marriage’s activists have sent a message of joy celebrating a double gay marriage in Indiana and Utah, praising the court ruling this way : « you get a gay marriage and a gay marriage ». Bof, bof, bof, this is unessential. The essential thing is this pitbull biting like happening has lost momentum. This is the ultimate victory, breaking that biting momentum and helping young people not to jump into satanic practices sold to them like the cutting-edge progress of the Humanity, whereas this is the exact opposite. High ranking State’s nominations won’t bring any change on perception.
BRASIL 2014 : A GOOD VINTAGE
NIGERIA AND ARGENTINA ARE QUALIFIED FOR THE NEXT ROUND. 3 FOR ARGENTINA AND 2 FOR NIGERIA. This World Cup is enjoyable to follow. So many goals have changed the mantra of tied matches. This is a Great Fiesta. Bravo, brava Brasil. Brava Moussa. Bravo Messi.
Unfortunately, CNN is reporting Unknown number of casualties after blast rocks crowded plaza in Abuja, Nigeria, official says.
Pitbulling one more time at Capitol Hill
From CNN. House Speaker John Boehner said today that he plans to sue President Barack Obama over his use of executive action without consulting Congress.
« You know the Constitution makes it clear that the President’s job is to faithfully execute the laws, and in my view the President has not faithfully executed the laws, »Boehner said at a news conference on Capitol Hill.
Republicans argue that the President is breaching his constitutional power by sidestepping the legislative process. Obama has used executive actions as a way to bypass a deeply divided Congress, avoiding inaction on issues the White House has made hallmarks of the President’s second-term agenda.
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi called the lawsuit « a subterfuge » and said Republicans in Congress are « doing nothing » and « they have to give some aura of activity. »
THE DAY AFTER, THE FIFA ISSUES DETERRENT SANCTIONS AS FOLLOWING : FOUR MONTHS OF SUSPENSION AND MORE.
Quote from CNN. « FIFA also announced that Luis Suarez, Uruguay’s star striker, has been suspended for the rest of the World Cup tournament for biting Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini during the game between the two soccer powers on Tuesday. He is suspended for a total of nine matches and is banned from any kind of soccer-related activity for four months.
Heavy rains in Recife, Brazil, the location of today’s World Cup match between the U.S. and Germany, has caused extensive flooding, turning roads into rivers and making access to the stadium difficult.
FIFA, the world governing body of soccer, just announced that the U.S. game will be played as scheduled at noon ET ».
ELBOWINGS – FRANCE VS ECUADOR is the next investigation concerning one nudge ; in fact there were two intentional blows of elbows aiming to hurt the adversary. Those punishable anti-game gestures are deplorable, as they can seriously harm a player, caught by surprise. Ecuador is said to have asked an investigation to the Fifa over the French player Sakho’s nudging.