Suarez was banned for eight video games in 2011 for racially abusing Evra when the Uruguayan was at Liverpool and the Frenchman performed for Manchester United.
Despite being discovered responsible of the cost and receiving the ban, Liverpool wore ‘Suarez 7’ T-shirts forward of a Premier League recreation in opposition to Wigan in support of the controversial striker.
Carragher, who was Reds vice-captain that day, apologised to Evra for the actions on Monday, however Ferdinand believes this simply highlights Liverpool’s lack of regret as a membership.
‘That’s eight years late, eight years late,’ stated Ferdinand on BT Sport. ‘Testament to Jamie Carragher for apologising, eight years after the incident.
‘I was there on the pitch. At the end of the day, it’s greater than Jamie Carragher, it’s the membership.
‘Liverpool let themselves down that day, wearing t-shirts in support of someone who’s been accused of a racist remark.
‘Yet, eight years on and still the apology hasn’t come from Liverpool in that sense.’
Carragher apologised instantly to Evra as they appeared within the Sky Sports studio on Monday evening, saying: ‘Apologies. There is little question we made a large mistake; that was apparent.
‘We got to the ground, had our lunch and then had a team meeting – I don’t know if it was the supervisor [Kenny Dalglish] or [coach] Steve Clarke – asking one of the gamers if he was nonetheless sporting the shirt, and that’s the first I had heard of it.
‘I am not lying and saying I wasn’t half of it as a result of because the membership we bought it improper, and I used to be vice-captain.
‘I am not sure who was actually behind it. I don’t assume it had something to do with the supervisor Kenny.
‘I believe it was the gamers who had been shut to Luis within the dressing room, who actually needed to support their mate.
‘Maybe I’ve to have a look at myself now and say I didn’t have the braveness as a person to say “I am not wearing it”.
‘I don’t assume everybody inside Liverpool Football Club thought what we had been doing was proper however I do assume as a soccer membership, otherwise you as a household, your first response is to support them even when you realize that they’re improper, and that’s improper.’
Evra defined his incredulous response to the t-shirts on the time: ‘This is ridiculous. It’s unbelievable. Even for the membership, you place your individual membership into hazard if you do these kinds of issues.
‘This was after the ban so which message do you send to the world when you do that?’