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.
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.
“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.”