Anfield striker could face a ban for Fulham incident.
The Football Association is reviewing a hand gesture made by Liverpool striker Luis Suarez after the 1-0 defeat at Fulham.
Suarez raised the middle finger of his left hand as he left the Craven Cottage pitch on Monday.
The FA is yet to receive the referee’s report from the Fulham game, or any complaints about the incident involving Suarez.
Meanwhile, Dalglish said it was “scandalous” that some Fulham fans had chanted “cheat” at Suarez during the match in London.
The Scot defended the striker after home supporters had barracked the player for going down too easily in an attempt to win a penalty.
Of the taunts aimed at Suarez, Dalglish said: “I would like to see you write that in the paper because you would be in a bit of trouble as well. It is about time he got a wee bit of protection.”
SOURCE: BBC Sport
Of course Luis Suarez faces another FA decision in relation to the incident between himself and Man United defender Patrice Evra and Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish may well be anxious about a possible ban the Uruguayan international will face in relation to either investigation.
Liverpool have become very dependent on the former Ajax man both for goals and Suarez’s ability to make things happen in the final third. The 24 year old is now the Anfield side’s focal point of attack.