Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has reopened the racism row which dogged his - and the club's - season by describing his eight-match ban as strange and insisting his "conscience is clear".
The Uruguay international was banned after being found guilty of racially abusing Manchester United's Patrice Evra in a match at Anfield last October. Suarez insisted throughout he had done nothing wrong and has never publicly apologised to the Frenchman. And he still feels a sense of injustice now.
"The suspension, I suppose, you could call strange and unbelievable," the 25-year-old said in an interview with Russia Today. "There was not a single convincing proof that I had done any of the things they accused me of doing."
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