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

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