LONDON- Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson believesLiverpoolwere right not to take disciplinary action against striker Luis Suarez before he was handed a 10-match ban by the Football Association for bitingChelsea's Branislav Ivanovic.Fergusonsaid the incident reminded him of the treatment United received from the FA after French striker Eric Cantona launched a kung-fu kick at aCrystalPalacefan in 1995.Fergusonclaims the FA assured the club they would not take further action if United punished the player, but although United suspended him for four months, FA increased the ban to eight months. As a result,Fergusonsaid he understoodLiverpool's decision not to take pre-emptive action against Suarez. "I bet they are glad they didn't. It didn't work for us," he said. –AFP