Glenn Moore

Glenn Moore is Football Editor for The Independent and a Uefa B licence holder.

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Luis Suarez comment: Uruguay must not lionise Liverpool striker but make him see he needs help

The Uruguay striker has admitted he deliberately bit Giorgio Chiellini

Johan Djourou will have to stop Lionel Messi on Tuesday

World Cup 2014: Johan Djourou, Bryan Ruiz, Julio Cesar...Premier League flops who’ve made the grade in Brazil

They may not have set the English top-flight alight, but have excelled here

United States fans in Detroit watching the World Cup group match against Germany

Belgium vs United States preview World Cup 2014: High stakes as America falls in love with soccer

Jurgen Klinsmann’s side is pulling in crowds and TV viewers – and Fifa is taking notice

Costa Rica manager Jorge Luis Pinto

Costa Rica vs Greece World Cup 2014 preview: Jorge Luis Pinto's faith in team ethic gives Costa Rica the edge

Colombian coach will be ordering more of the same tomorrow against Greece

South Korea players look dejected after a 0-1 defeat to Belgium in the 2014 FIFA World Cup

World Cup 2014: Lack of success for Australia, Iran, Japan and South Korea due to Asia being left in isolation

World’s most populous continent cut adrift after poor showing in group stages

Luis Suarez ban: Twitter sees the absurd side of over-the-top punishment for Liverpool and Uruguay striker

There is a wide divergence of opinion on social media

Luis Suarez

Luis Suarez bite: Let’s move past the shock value and get some perspective

Danny Mills would send him to jail, Alan Shearer would ban him worldwide for “as long as I could”, which under Fifa statutes is two years. What heinous crime could Luis Suarez have committed to prompt such a response from two players who were not exactly shrinking violets on the field?

Luis Suarez holds his teeth while Giorgio Chiellini lies in pain

Luis Suarez bite: Image is just as potent as Zinedine Zidane's 2006 final headbutt

This incident will be inseparable from the 2014 World Cup

England pictured after playing Italy in Manaus

World Cup 2014: England and others pay price for jungle games in Manaus

Seven teams lost their next match after playing in the draining heat of the Amazon

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