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Man Utd's Young, Naughton charged with violent conduct

02 January 2018

Manchester United full back Ashley Young was banned for three matches yesterday for violent conduct.

The English global struck Southampton's Dusan Tadic with his elbow at a corner during the second half of the 0-0 draw at the Old Trafford here on Saturday.

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A Football Association spokesperson said: "Ashley Young will be suspended for Manchester United's next three matches. I can fall down but it was really unusual because I didn't expect that from him".

The news on Young is another blow for United manager Jose Mourinho, who is already without full-back Antonio Valencia, club captain Michael Carrick, Chris Smalling, Eric Bailly, Marouane Fellaini, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Romelu Lukaku due to injury. I can fall down but it was really unusual because I didn't expect that from him'.

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'OK, if you want to push it's different, but an elbow is different'. The incident went unnoticed by match official Craig Pawson and his assistants, but now the player has been handed a retrospective ban.

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Man Utd's Young, Naughton charged with violent conduct