Four matches quarantine for Zlatan Ibrahimovic after "shit country" remark

Four matches quarantine for Zlatan Ibrahimovic after "shit country" remark
On Thursday came the verdict for the Swede after he mentioned France and the country's football referees in a controversially way.

The French Football Federation has decided that the Swedish forward must be quarantined for four matches.

- The situation has become a fun and unprofessional joke. A disgrace to football, according to a message from Zlatan through his own app.

The forward think that people see through what he thinks is a lousy decision from the French Football Association.

- I would be more happy if I had been quarantined for the rest of the season so I could have started on the holiday already, writes the Swede.

PSG believes that Ibrahimovic' contributions to French football should have been taken into consideration.

- The club finds it regrettable that the player becomes so severely punished, especially when one consider his enormous contribution to French football's image, writes the club in a statement.

Even without the team's big star in place, PSG is determined to achieve success.

- Nothing, not even this will prevent us from writing another victory-chapter in our club's history.

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