Suarez in hot water again

Luis Suarez¬† – who is already facing a racism charge – could find himself in more hot water with the FA after making an obscene gesture towards Fulham supporters after Liverpool’s 1-0 defeat.

Liverpool's Luis Suarez made a gesture to Fulham fans

The Anfield striker was given a torrid time by the home support throughout the clash at Craven Cottage as he was subjected to chants of ‘cheat’ for what Fulham supporters perceived to be his constant diving.

And Suarez cracked after the final whistle by making an explicit hand gesture towards Cottagers fans.  Wembley disciplinary chiefs will decide on Tuesday whether to investigate the incident further.

Suarez has already been charged by the FA for making racist remarks towards Manchester United defender Patrice Evra during the 1-1 draw at Anfield earlier this season.

And Reds manager Kenny Dalglish admitted he could be forced to talk to Suarez about his conduct after the latest controversy to hit the Uruguay international.

‘I haven’t seen the picture and I’m not taking anybody’s word for it,’ said Dalglish.Turning point: Spearing is sent off as Liverpool's players protest

‘If you show me the picture and I’m convinced that what you’re saying is true, then I’ve got a decision to make.’

In response to Fulham fans branding Suarez a ‘cheat’, Dalglish added: ‘That’s scandalous. We’ll look after Luis as best we can, and I think it’s about time he got a bit of protection from some people.