Luis Suarez Should Seek Treatment, Says FIFA General Secretary Jerome Valcke

Updated: 27 June 2014 22:07 IST

It is the third time in Luis Suarez's career he has been banned for biting. Jerome Valcke dismissed comments from Giorgio Chiellini on Friday who said the punishment on Suarez -- the heaviest sanction of a player at a World Cup ever -- was too harsh.

Luis Suarez Should Seek Treatment, Says FIFA General Secretary Jerome Valcke
Uruguay's Luis Suarez reacts after clashing with Italy's Giorgio Chiellini during their 2014 World Cup Group D soccer match at the Dunas arena in Natal June 24, 2014 © AP

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Topics : FIFA World Cup 2014 Football
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