In his seven-plus years as a professional, Luis Suarez has produced some of the most sublime football on the planet. An unwavering willingness to track down every ball, he often pulls off the most audacious of passes and shots with relative ease. He never wants to be subbed off before the full 90 minutes is played, and his work ethic in training has been hailed by managers and teammates alike. He scored 23 Premier League goals for Liverpool this season, and before last Sunday’s match against Chelsea, he was on the short list of nominees for the PFA Player of the Year Award.
Now, Suarez has once again been cast back into the light of controversy with his biting of Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic. Unfortunately it’s not Suarez’s first time to bite an opposing player, and now a player who has been hailed by so many for his virtuoso performances, finds himself at one of the biggest crossroads of his career. With news of his 10-match suspension coming out today, it’s time to take a closer look at the History of Luis Suarez’s Moments of Madness.