Despite being told by his Liverpool superiors to keep his mouth shut over the lengthy ordeal, a TV interview in his home country of Uruguay uncovered what he really thought of the saga.
Suarez spoke of his torment and how upset it made him and his wife - especially after the FA slapped him with an eight game ban. Suarez spoke of Manchester United and the English media, saying that they had him portrayed as the villain of the piece:
“The media in England showed the moment when I passed in front of him, but they didn’t see that he had his hand low before. Only the media in Uruguay but also in Spain showed that I wanted to shake his hand.
“But in England, Man United has this political power, and you have to respect that and shut your mouth.”
Suarez went on to say that he was more than willing to shake Evra's hand as he had ''no problem with him'' and he had promised to his wife and senior officals at the club that he would shake his hand. But he said that the handshake incident was 'arranged' against him 'again'.
Suarez clearly feels he's the victim of the piece - and obviously we should crack down on racism - but does he actually have a point?