What did Glen Johnson say about Luis Suarez's decision not to shake Patrice Evra's hand?
Glen Johnson has voiced his opinion on the Luis Suarez and Patrice Evra debate - what did he say?
Mar 08, 2012 | 14 : 53 PM
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Glen Johnson has come out in defence of Luis Suarez, claiming that Patrice Evra carefully staged their recent meeting to make it look at though Suarez was the one who refused to shake his hand.

Speaking in the interview, Johnson said: "Evra was clever at Old Trafford,’ said Johnson, extending his hand directly towards me. ‘Because - I’m not being funny - but if I wanted to shake your hand I would stick it right out in front of me like that. But if my hand is down here, almost by my side, then it’s because I really don’t want to shake your hand."

"Luis didn’t shake his hand because Evra’s hand was down there. What else is Luis supposed to do? Would you go to shake someone’s hand if their hand is way down there by their side? Course not. But then, because Luis didn’t do it, Evra has pulled him back by his arm as he walked on, as if to say to everybody: “Look, I wanted to shake his hand and he didn’t…”

"He’s following Luis with his eyes as if to say: “Right he’s gone, he’s gone (past me) so I’ll pull him back now…” Evra probably stayed up all night thinking about how to do that. The whole thing was ridiculous."
Kevin de Ávila
I find this story funny, but believable!
2012-03-08 17:13:33
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