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FC Barcelona's Luis Suarez holds up his jersey during his presentation at the Nou Camp stadium in Barcelona August 19, 2014. Suarez was officially presented as a Barcelona player on Tuesday while he is still banned for biting Giorgio Chiellini in Uruguay's World Cup game with Italy on June 24. (GUSTAU NACARINO/REUTERS)
FC Barcelona's Luis Suarez holds up his jersey during his presentation at the Nou Camp stadium in Barcelona August 19, 2014. Suarez was officially presented as a Barcelona player on Tuesday while he is still banned for biting Giorgio Chiellini in Uruguay's World Cup game with Italy on June 24. (GUSTAU NACARINO/REUTERS)

Luis Suarez pledges to not bite again after third suspension Add to ...

Luis Suarez says Barcelona’s fans needn’t worry— he won’t bite again.

Barcelona unveiled Suarez on Tuesday, an event delayed for over five weeks since his transfer from Liverpool due to his latest suspension for biting an opponent at the World Cup.

Suarez says “I say to all the fans, don’t worry, because I won’t do that anymore.”

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Suarez sunk his teeth into the shoulder of Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini in June, earning him a four-month ban from playing competitive matches and further damaging his already tarnished reputation.

At 27, Suarez has accumulated three multi-match suspensions for biting an opponent. He has also been suspended for making racist remarks.

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