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Italian soccer player gets a suspension because he… curses against themselves

Udinese midfielder Rolando Mandragora has a match suspension in Serie A because of “blasphemous remarks” during the game against UC Sampdoria. That was announced by the Italian football federation (FIGC).

The incident was the referee not have noticed during the race itself, but on the video was later determined that the 21-year-old Italian Virgin Mary is offended and God is compared with a dog. “We could these blasphemous comments via lip reading clearly identify”, the FIGC know.

The one-time Italian international and team mate Lukasz Teodorczyk will be the match against Fiorentina on Sunday so pass. “Rolando is a good guy, but he earned indeed a small warning”, atoned Udinese-trainer Daniele Prade with the decision of the football association.

Mandragora made this summer switch from Juventus to Udinese. The Old Lady got 20 million euros for the midfielder, but obtained a terugkoopclausule in 2019 and 2020.

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