Suarez and Dalglish issue apologies

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Luis Suarez issued a public apology yesterday following widespread condemnation of his actions prior to Saturday's clash against Manchester United.

The Liverpool striker, banned for eight games after being found guilty of abusing Patrice Evra, refused to shake his hand before kick off.

Suarez said he has let the club and Kenny Dalglish down, who also apologised yesterday for conduct not "befitting of a Liverpool manager".

Roberto Mancini hailed his side after another win last night - and also said he would be prepared to welcome Carlos Tevez back to the club.


North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham will compete for the signature of Ajax defender Jan Vertonghen, 24, in the summer. (Metro)

Sir Alex Ferguson says he will be watching Christian Eriksen closely when Manchester United meet Ajax in the Europa League on Thursday. (Sky Sports)

And finally, Chelsea will face competition from Juventus in the summer transfer window for the signings of Gonzalo Higuain. (ESPN)

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