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Ferdinand banned 4 games for violent conduct

 Manchester United's Rio Ferdinand, left, fights for the ball against Hull City's Craig Fagan during their English Premier League soccer match at Old ...
 Manchester United's Rio Ferdinand is seen during his team's English Premier League soccer match against Hull City at Old Trafford Stadium, Manchester...
 Manchester United's Rio Ferdinand is seen during his team's English Premier League soccer match against Hull City at Old Trafford Stadium, Manchester...

Britain Soccer Premier League

Manchester United's Rio Ferdinand, left, fights for the ball against Hull City's Craig Fagan during their English Premier League soccer match at Old ...

Britain Soccer Premier League

Manchester United's Rio Ferdinand is seen during his team's English Premier League soccer match against Hull City at Old Trafford Stadium, Manchester...

Britain Soccer Premier League

Manchester United's Rio Ferdinand is seen during his team's English Premier League soccer match against Hull City at Old Trafford Stadium, Manchester...

Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has been banned for four games after being found guilty of elbowing Hull's Craig Fagan.
A Football Association disciplinary panel ruled Thursday Ferdinand was guilty of violent conduct in Saturday's 4-0 win.
If he had pleaded guilty he would have received an automatic three-game ban. But he contested the charge so that he could play in Wednesday's League Cup semifinal game against Manchester City, which United won 3-1 to reach the final against Aston Villa.


Updated : 2021-04-11 10:09 GMT+08:00