Suarez even dived after he bit Chiellini. Pathetic. Apparently it's " part of the sport".
Guy is seiously disturbed. He also has a large overbite. So he needs a psychiatrist and an orthodontist.
Defending "diving" as part of the sport along with bad calls because we're "keeping it human" says what? Humans are liars and cheats so that should be part of the game? While the former may be true, gee how special is that? What's next, going back to gladiators and slaves fighting to the death in stadiums? That's human too.
The sport is supposed to be above that. That's the goal at least. It's not supposed to represent the lowest level of human behavior.
Not defending diving. I'm all for red cards on dives, but no video reviews. Dives also disrupt the flow of the game. They can look at all the replays they want to after the match and assess fines and suspensions as needed, including fines and suspensions to officials who look the other way when a blatant foul happens right in front of them. They should be accountable but only as people, not as machine assisted robots.