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The company said in a statement: "Following the allegations made against Luis Suarez in regards to his behaviour during Uruguay's World Cup match against Italy, 888poker is seriously reviewing its relationship with the player as we will not tolerate any unsporting behaviour.
In the second half Montrose were reduced to ten men when Stuart Watson, who had been booked in the first half, was sent off by referee David Somers for unsporting behaviour after 68 minutes.
THE debate about cricket ethics was rejoined in Perth this week with players from both teams criticised for unsporting behaviour.
26 -- The All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) on Saturday banned Nabil Three Star Club defender Prabin Karki for a year from all football activities charging him for unsporting behaviour.
The possibility exists of sanctioning a player for unsporting behaviour on the basis of video evidence," the FIFA spokesman said.
If however we wish to talk of unsporting behaviour, Rick Ponting's claim for a bat/pad when the ball was nearer to willow outside the ground than to any bat within it did probably warrant discussion.
Ronaldo will be missed, but let's face it, his diving antics and unsporting behaviour were a real letdown.
CITY: Bojinov 19, unsporting behaviour; Fernandes 87, foul; Wright-Phillips 90, unsporting behaviour.