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Zlatan Ibrahimovic player for Manchester United is banned from playing in three matches due to violent misconduct

Manchester United Soccer Star Zlatan Ibrahimovic is banned from playing in three matches due to his violent misconduct in this past Saturday’s match. He was charged today March 7, 2017, for his violent misconduct by the Football Association. Ibrahimovic fought last Saturday a couple of times with Tyrone Mings. Tyrone Mings who plays for Bournemouth is also charged with violent misconduct. This altercation started when Ibrahimovic threw Mings on the ground, Mings retaliated by stomping on Ibrahimovic head and then Ibrahimovic elbowed Mings in the face. With Manchester United losing Zlatan Ibrahimovic this has affected them tremendously.
 

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