Luis Suarez has caused a whole world of trouble for himself with his Dracula impersonation on Branislav Ivanovic at the weekend, being served with a 10 game ban by the FA.
It has caused all sorts of debate, constituting a more serious ban than the eight games Ben Thatcher was given for his violent elbow on Pedro Mendes several years back.
When the FA take a look at their rules and consider their inaction over Callum McManaman's tackle on Massadio Haidara, they will realise something is amiss.
Not that Suarez deserves to get off scot free, what he did was wrong, he realises that, and received a seven game ban in Holland for a replica offence.
The severity of the ban has led many in the football world to criticise the FA, and even question whether Luis Suarez will want to remain in English football.
One of those was former Tottenham midfielder Rohan Ricketts fired off several tweets on issue earlier today, claiming the Liverpool forward has been poorly treated by the FA, with regard to the racial abuse allegations and now this.
If I was @luis16suarez I would have a long think about how I act on the field and then think if its worth staying in the Premier League.— Rohan Ricketts (@RohanRicketts) April 24, 2013
There is a good chance that Suarez, who is remember a foreigner with no ties to the English game, may decide once and for all it is not worth the hassle of remaining at Liverpool.
The club have given him mixed messages, with a public dressing down but also giving him their full backing in complaining about the severity of the ban - and the player will likely be having mixed fortunes.
Remain and tough it out, or force through a transfer and likely end up playing Champions League football next season?
If you were Suarez how would you be feeling tonight about the ban?
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