Suarez happy that the ban has been lifted

New Barcelona forward Luis Suarez says that he is extremely happy that the ban imposed on him by FIFA has been lifted to a certain extent by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). FIFA banned for risk for a period of four months after being found guilty of biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini in the shoulder during the World Cup 2014. The suspension also prevented Suarez from being presented to the Barcelona fans after a £ 75 million move from Liverpool. He was also not involved in the early friendly matches for the Catalan club.
However, CAS has decided to uphold the four-month suspension given by Fifa but allowing the player to train and appear in friendly matches. Suarez was also formally presented to the Barcelona supporters at the Camp Nou. The 27-year-old has also been speaking to the media about the suspension. He says that he is extremely happy to be back on the pitch and start training with his new teammates. Suarez now looks set to make his debut for Barcelona in the El Clasico of all matches. Barcelona will be taking on Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernebeu just one day before the suspension completes for the striker.
Barcelona, meanwhile, have had a strong start to the campaign and have won their three matches. "The truth is that you suffer a lot. It gives you a feeling of impotence not being able to do anything from the outside except talk and shout. Being able to tell my children that I am going to work gives me a feeling of calm. I am starting to feel like a footballer again. This time, being at the world's best club, there will be many more eyes on me than before. So you have to be careful confronted with all these things,” said Suarez.