Could Liverpool sack Suarez?
Published 27 June 2014 By: John Mehrzad
The World Cup in Brazil has currently been overshadowed by his actions. Whilst recent talk has centred on the effect of his ban on a proposed transfer away from his employer club, Liverpool, a more interesting question is whether Liverpool even has to sell Suarez in order to recoup his market value?
The contractual position
Conduct for Uruguay rather than Liverpool
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- Tags: Brazil | Employment Law | FIFA | FIFA Disciplinary Code | FIFA Disciplinary Committee | Football | Sponsorship | World Cup
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