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Agree with you, and I am glad to see I am not alone with this view.
Whether he is guilty or not, to me, is not relevant. The guy has been given and now served a ban for racial abuse. He needs to understand the implications that has on the CLUB he represents, not just on him as an individual.
His handshake refusal to me smacked of putting self ahead of club. Clearly he still feels very strongly that he has done nothing wrong, perhaps he thought the handshake would be an admission of guilt? I don't know. What I do know is that the handshake was an opportunity for the individual to put an end to something that was hurting the club, and hurting it badly.
He chose to prolong the issue and fan it even further, with no regard for the detrimental impact to the club. I just can't accept that I'm afraid.
He has to go.
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I dont know if this is just nitpicking but looking at it suarez keeps his hand in the same place when he shakes everyones hand but evra does seem to lower his hand more to the side when suarez comes along and if evras hand was at same place as suarez then they would of shook hands the way suarez sees it when he gets to evra that his hand is on his side and the second he starts walking past evra it starts to rise a little but this could just be nitpicking and suarez could still not of shook his hand anyway.