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Football's ‘bad boy’ Suarez kicked out of World Cup

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Suarez said he regretted his previous biting incidents, telling the Mirror newspaper in London recently that he worried what his children will think. “That thought almost hurts me more than the actual deed. The fact, as well, that I will have to explain one day to my kids that it was me, their father.” Photo: AP

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