Suárez deserved to be fifa 14 coins

Mujica then conceded that Suárez deserved to be fifa 14 coins punished for his bite on Chiellini during last week’s World Cup Group D clash in Natal the third such incident in the Uruguay striker’s professional career - but criticised the severity of the ban. "They could have punished him but not given him this fascist ban, " added Mujica. The Uruguay football federation has informed Fifa it will appeal against Suárez’s ban. On Saturday, it emerged that the player’s defence against a charge of biting an opponent was that he lost his balance and hit his face on Chiellini’s shoulder. Those claims were dismissed by Fifa’s seven-man disciplinary committee before imposing the punishment on the 27-year-old.

The son of Julio Grondona, the second most senior man in world football and a senior Fifa vice-president, has become embroiled in a World Cup ticket scandal. Humberto Grondona, who has a post as a technical adviser to world football’s governing body, admitted selling on tickets to a friend. The batch included two tickets to the final. The controversial Argentinian Julio Grondona, who railed against the British press and the FA as Fifa became engulfed in corruption allegations in 2011, has been on its executive committee since 1988 and also chairs the influential finance committee. Grondona junior told Argentinian TV station TyC he spent more than $9, 000 5, 243 on 24 category one tickets for group games and knockout matches including the final and a semi-final. "

I have a friend that is someone very well known in Argentina who wanted to come and I sold to him some of these tickets, " he said. "He on his part gave the tickets to another friend, what they then did with the tickets I have no idea. "Asked for the identity of the person he sold the tickets to, Grondona junior added: "I cannot tell you. But do you think I would dirty my hands for $220? The truth is that I have no idea where these tickets went to. "The involvement of Grondona’s son was confirmed by pictures that circulated of tickets with his name on them. It will be a huge embarrassment to Fifa at a time when Rio police are clamping down on a match-fixing ring alleged to have operated from the Copacabana Palace, where Fifa president Sepp Blatter and all its senior executives are staying.

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