Ibrahimovic slams MLS over ban after All-Star Game


LA Galaxy striker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, has criticized Major League Soccer (MLS) on Thursday, for the “ridiculous” rule that caused him to be suspended last weekend after skipping the MLS All-Star Game.

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The MLS rule stipulates that players who opt not to play in the All-Star Game, must also sit out the next game for their club.

That is why Ibrahimovic was forced to sit out the Galaxy’s 2-1 defeat at the Colorado Rapids last Saturday.

“It think it is ridiculous, but yeah, no comments,” Ibrahimovic told reporters in Los Angeles.

“They do whatever they want. I come from a different world, I come from the real world.

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“It is what it is. I respect in the end, and I’m sorry for my teammates only that I could not help them in the game.

“But yeah, people are interested in different things. They lose on it, and for me it doesn’t matter.”


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