I see now he's accepted the ban, which i hope does not mean we'll never actually see the report. Until we do so, assuming we do, I have to assume either the rational would have been hard for Suarez to overcome, or perhaps because of his latest experience with the FA appeals process he felt no matter how strong a case he might have to have the ban reduced, he just could not get a fair hearing.
I'd hope for the first, but fear for the second. Only other explanation is Suarez has just decided to give up, not just on this case, but football in England altogether. Now that might make some who would take great pleasure to run him out of town, very happy, but think its a very sad day if its true. Not just because I'm biased because Suarez happens to be Liverpool's best player, but because he also happens to be one of the leagues best players.
Now I know some will get on high horses and tell me some things are bigger than football, and despite Suarez being truly one of the most talented footballers in the world we don't want his kind, however it would not take very long to make a list of plenty of other players just as nasty if not worse who have not just been tolerated but are considered hero's by their fans.