WHAT Luis Suarez did last Sunday against Chelsea was completely unacceptable and unnecessary in any walk of life in any way shape or form.
If any Palace player were to do that to an opponent, I doubt he would be playing for us again. I don't think Steve Parish would tolerate a human being doing that in a Palace shirt.
You have got to look at Liverpool. They defended Suarez over the other incidents and now I think this is indefensible.
Let's be honest, if he drew blood there, which thankfully he didn't, it would be even worse.
It's bad enough spitting at someone, but to bite someone, I just can't believe it.
Normally, anyone who has had children will know that at two or three years old, they'll lose their temper and they might try to bite you – obviously his mum and dad need a word with him, don't they? It's absolutely ridiculous.
It beggars belief, and for him to say he only deserves a three-match ban, I think he should shut up and take responsibility for what he's doing – it isn't good enough or acceptable.
He's supposed to be a role model to millions and millions of children, and it's not the first time he's done it either. He did it at Ajax a few years ago, so what is he doing?
You have got to learn from your mistakes in life. Everyone is allowed to make a mistake, but he's made that same mistake twice now, so what was he doing?
Controversy seems to follow him, but I don't think just having top talent is acceptable. You have to be accountable and professional, and I don't think he's been like that.
He's been unprofessional – he's let his team down, he's let his club down, he's let himself down and also his mum and dad, to be honest.
It makes you think how was he brought up?
His ten-match ban is one of the biggest I've seen in football but you just have to ask yourself if he is learning. I don't mind anyone who makes one mistake on a certain subject, but when they do it twice then they haven't learnt from the first time, that's the whole point.
Who knows what happens in South America and what is acceptable in their game. I can remember years ago seeing Uruguay kick Pele all over the place and he had to come off.
They basically kicked him out of the game quite literally and he had to miss the rest of the World Cup that year.
I have never witnessed anything similar to what he did last weekend, only in the boxing ring with Mike Tyson on Evander Holyfield, and that was outrageous.