Comparing the reporting of The Mirror newspaper and their chief sports writer following the Luis Suarez ban and John Terry’s ban.
Next Sunday afternoon the eyes of the world will be firmly locked on the pitch as the two most successful clubs in the history of English football lock horns once again.
In an incredible piece of decision making, our beloved Football Association trumped itself again today by handing out a mere £45,000 fine to Manchester Utd defender Rio Ferdiand for a comment made on Twitter.
Si Steers takes a look at the British media’s handling of the Luis Suarez racism case.
Sebastian Coates says the media gave Suarez a bad name, and “went out to kill him”.
Glen Johnson explains his side of the Luis Suarez – Patrice Evra race row and sees things from a similar view to how most Liverpool supporters viewed it.
Ian Ayre, has labelled Luis Suarez’s decision not to shake hands with Manchester Utd defender Patrice Evra before yesterday’s encounter between the two sides at Old Trafford as unacceptable.
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has apologised for not shaking hands with Manchester Utd defender Patrice Evra before Saturday’s Premier League clash between the two sides at Old Trafford.
Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has apologised for his angry outburst at reporters following the Reds’ 2-1 defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford in the Premier League.
Just who refused whose handshake? Evra played his victim cards perfectly to make it look like Suarez did.
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez says he expects a torrent of abuse when the Reds visit Manchester Utd this Saturday in the Premier League.
A Man United fan has been arrested for racist abuse of a Stoke player, not that you would know from the lack of coverage in British press.