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Faves & Likes: Biting humor and peeks into U.S. camp
by Mike Woitalla, June 25th, 2014 12:28AM
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[SOCIAL MEDIA ROUNDUP] There may be something tragic about Luis Suarez, and Giorgio Chiellini might not consider it a laughing matter, but we still felt obligated to collect bite quips from Twitter. Also, images from the U.S. camp as the Americans prepare for Thursday's clutch game against Germany.

Uruguay beat Italy, 1-0, to reach the second round, where it will likely play Colombia without Suarez, who appeared to bite Chiellini on the shoulder and faces suspension. It the third such incident for Suarez, who was the two-goal hero in Uruguay's 2-0 win over England.



From the man who once got chewed by Mike Tyson.





The USA left its headquarters in Sao Paulo after practice for Recife, site of its game against Germany that will decide its fate at this World Cup.













1 comment
  1. John Burns
    commented on: June 25, 2014 at 7:54 p.m.
    Hey, Luis! U an Cheillini real buds? No, but we get together to chew the fat now and then.

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