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Uruguay also has three friendly internationals scheduled before the end of October so its star escort striker is available to play against Japan on September 5.
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But Suarez will still eskort have eight matches of his nine-game ban from competitive internationals to serve and Uruguay FA president Wilmar Valdez said he bayan escort was disappointed with the CAS ruling.
Its a cultural matter. The way we live football in South America is different to escort bayan Europe, for us there are things which are normal and which deserve sanctions, but not such harsh ones, he said.
But leading Spanish sports lawyer Xavier Canal said the CAS decision was to be expected.
I find it logical that the player is allowed to train with his colleagues and he can be presented by the club, he told CNN.
The infraction happened while playing for Uruguay, and I think its logical that the ban on playing for his country (in competitive matches) still stands.
The Chiellini incident was the third time Suarez had bitten a player — he had previously been banned for similar transgressions while playing for Dutch club Ajax and English side Liverpool.
With Suarez sidelined, Uruguay lost its last-16 match to Colombia and was knocked out of the World Cup.
Suarez eventually apologized for his actions, but lost his appeal to FIFA over the sanctions before deciding to take the matter to CAS — an independent last resort body that deals with sporting disputes.
FIFAs punishment did not stop Barcelona signing Suarez from Liverpool in a $127 million deal last month which will give the club a star-studded attack when he finally lines up alongside Lionel Messi and Neymar.
Suarez was top scorer in the English Premier League last season, winning the two major player of the year awards for his outstanding performances in helping Liverpool to second place and a return to the European Champions League.
He suffered a knee injury at the end of the season which threatened his participation in the World Cup. He missed Uruguays first game but recovered to score two goals that ended Englands hopes of reaching the knockout stages as the South Americans on 2-1.
But in the final group game, his bite on Chiellini — captured by television cameras — provided the most notorious moment of the World Cup, overshadowing a 1-0 victory by Uruguay that eliminated Italy.
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In other football news Thursday, UEFAs appeals panel has upheld the decision to expel Legia Warsaw from the Champions League for fielding an ineligible player.
Legia won its third qualifying round match against Scottish champions Celtic 6-1 on aggregate, but brought on defender Bartosz Beresynski with four minutes remaining of the second leg.
He had been given a three-game ban after being sent off in Legias final Europa League game last season and duly sat out two matches in the second qualifying round and the first leg of the tie against Celtic.
But Legia had failed to officially register Beresynski as a player, leading to the UEFA action.
The punishment means it will drop to the Europa League with Celtic reinstated to the final qualifying round of the Champions League, but Legia club officials said they would be making a further appeal to the CAS to overturn the decision.
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