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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Luis Suarez's Uruguay ban may be appealed after FIFA corruption charges

The ESPN FC experts respond to the recent FIFA arrests and investigations.
ESPN's legal analyst Roger Cossack gives his insight on the FIFA arrests.
A comprehensive review of all of the day's FIFA investigation storylines.

Luis Suarez's ban for biting Giorgio Chiellini could be appealed in the wake of FIFA's crisis, according to the Uruguayan Footballers' Union (MUFP).

Uruguay international Suarez was banned for four months by FIFA after biting Italy's Chiellini at last summer's World Cup in Brazil.

The Barcelona striker, who was contracted to Liverpool at the time, was also given a nine-match suspension from international matches -- a decision upheld after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) rejected an appeal.

His...

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Barcelona forward Luis Suarez credits Brendan Rodgers for his success

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets, including whether or not FC Barcelona's attacking trio could serve as the three Ballon d'Or finalists this year.
ESPN FC's Ross Dyer and Shaka Hislop delve deeper into Barcelona's second goal against Bayern Munich as Lionel Messi won a header in midfield and Luis Suarez found the feet of Neymar for an easy finish.

Barcelona forward Luis Suarez once again credited Liverpool and their manager Brendan Rodgers for his development as a player, according to a recent interview.

"Your game changes all the time. If you are not learning every day in training, you are going backwards as a player," Suarez told Squawka. "Liverpool developed me and I did well in the Premier League, scoring hat-tricks or getting winners, and that gives you the confidence to think you can be a game-changer when you go out on the pitch."

Suarez,...

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Diego Forlan: Uruguay must cope with Luis Suarez's absence at Copa America

Both Forlan and Suarez found success in 2011.

Uruguay must accept Luis Suarez's absence at the Copa America and look to prove that they can play without him, according to former striker Diego Forlan.

Suarez, 28, is Uruguay's record goalscorer and has been in incredible form for Barcelona so far this season. However, the striker will miss the summer tournament as he is still serving a nine match ban following his bite on Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini at last year's World Cup.

But Forlan, who retired from international duty in March,...

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Chicharito Hernandez scores, Jose Corona preserves win for Mexico

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Mexico were victorious over Ecuador in their international friendly, as Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez's first half goal proved the difference.
It was Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez's goal and Jose de Jesus Corona's penalty save that saw Mexico past Ecuador in an end-to-end thriller of an international friendly.

Javier Hernandez scored and Jose Corona stopped a penalty as Mexico defeated Ecuador 1-0 in a friendly in Los Angeles on Saturday.

Hernandez provided the only goal of the game in the 14th minute when he cut inside and curled in a shot from the top of the 18-yard box.

Corona made a number of key saves, but none was bigger than his penalty save on Miller Bolanos in the 73rd minute.

Diego Reyes clattered into Angel Mena in the box, but Bolanos could not convert as Corona dived to his right.

Mexico coach...

Argentina defeat El Salvador without Lionel Messi

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Federico Mancuello scored from a tight angle and Argentina controlled El Salvador on Saturday.

WASHINGTON -- Ever Banega scored on a deflected shot, Federico Mancuello added a late goal and Argentina beat El Salvador 2-0 in a friendly on Saturday.

Argentina played a lacklustre game without star Lionel Messi, who stayed on the bench with a right foot bruise. The Barcelona star took a knock last Sunday in the clasico against Real Madrid and missed several training sessions this week with the national team.

Messi had tests done on Tuesday, which revealed no serious injury.

Banega scored with...