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Cavani clashed with Chile's Gonzalo Jara during Uruguay's Copa America quarter-final

<b>Paolo Di Canio (11 matches) </b><br/>
The recently ousted Sunderland manager received an 11-match ban for pushing referee Paul Alcock to the ground after he sent him off in Sheffield Wednesday’s 1-0 win over Arsenal in September 1998. During the suspension he signed for West Ham, and scored five goals in his final 13 league appearances of the season to help the Hammers finish fifth and qualify for the Intertoto Cup.

With Luis Suarez returning for Liverpool, we look at how players have recovered from lengthy bans

Will the striker be able to get straight back into the swing of things?

Javier Chevanton has signed a short-term deal with QPR

Transfer news: Javier Chevanton signs for QPR on short-term deal to ease injury crisis up front

Uruguayan international joins on a three-month contract

Luis Suarez set for Liverpool return: A look at his most controversial moments

The highs and lows of the Liverpool striker

Brendan Rodgers manager of Liverpool talks with Victor Moses

Brendan Rodgers defends decisions in face of criticism, insisting they are for the greater good at Liverpool

The Reds' manager has made some questionable transfer and team selection calls

<b>Thierry Henry</b><br/>
Known for scorching along touchlines in jubilation at yet another strike, the former Arsenal and Barcelona star has taken to simply propped himself up against the post, hand on hip.

Thierry Henry, Luis Suarez, Robbie Fowler and the best, bizarre and controversial goal celebrations

A look at some of the more memorable ways a goal has been celebrated

Gus Poyet

Gus Poyet emerges as first choice to replace Paolo Di Canio as Sunderland manager

The former Brighton manager heads the list of potential candidates

Tongue tied: Hull City’s David Meyler ties his rainbow laces yesterday; only one Premier League club has made a conscious decision to support the cause

The Last Word: Self-interest leaves rainbow warriors thin on the ground

Campaign to support gay players has become a missed opportunity to tackle sport's last taboo

Luis Suarez has returned to the fold at Liverpool

Luis Suarez return will be 'seamless' predicts Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers

The striker is free to return in the Capital One Cup game against Manchester United next week

Fall guy: Luis Suarez goes to ground to earn Uruguay’s first-half penalty against Peru in yesterday’s World Cup qualifier in Lima

Luis Suarez dives into trouble on Peru trip

Luis Suarez is banned for indiscipline from Premier League matches but the controversial striker is still free to get up to his old tricks at international level.

The body of Brazil’s former president João Goulart to be exhumed over claims of assassination

'Jango' died in 1976 while in exile in Argentina

Coutinho in action against Stoke at Anfield

Peter Beardsley claims Liverpool midfielder Coutinho has already surpassed him and tips the Brazilian to become an Anfield great

Former Reds forward believes the 21-year-old could be the next Kenny Dalglish and feels Brendan Rodgers has got a 'special player' on his hands

Luis Suarez arrives at Anfield ahead of Liverpool v Stoke

Transfer news: Luis Suarez arrives at Anfield ahead of Liverpool match against Stoke as Premier League finally gets underway

The wantaway striker returned to first team training yesterday and appeared at the Reds' ground with a smile on his face

Brendan Rodgers doesn't want to talk about Luis Suarez again until the striker is available for selection

Transfer news: Brendan Rodgers tired of Luis Suarez transfer saga - and will not discuss Arsenal target until 10-match ban expires

Suarez's current ban lasts until the end of September but captain Steven Gerrard's comments suggest Suarez could still leave the club this summer

Wayne Rooney in action for England against Scotland

Transfer news: Wayne Rooney is 'not for sale' says David Moyes as interest from Chelsea continues - but he may not play in Premier League opener

Striker played 66 minutes for England yesterday as he continues his comeback from injury but Moyes insists that he is not available despite continuing interest from Chelsea

Luis Suarez played and scored for Uruguay against Japan

Transfer news: Luis Suarez remains unrepentant over push for Arsenal move ahead of talks with Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers

The striker understands his chances of a move are almost over

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