Cesena's Romanian striker
Adrian Mutu has been banned for three Serie A matches after
punching an opponent during Sunday's game against his former
Lega Seria A said in its disciplinary report on Monday that
the former Dinamo Bucharest, Chelsea and Juventus player had
been guilty of "hitting an opponent with a punch in the face."
Mutu, 32, spent five seasons at Fiorentina but fell out with
club bosses last season after being questioned over a bar brawl
and walking out on training when an original January move to
Cesena was blocked.
Mutu, who served a nine-month ban in 2010 for consuming a
banned appetite suppressant, joined Cesena this year.
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insulting the referee after he was sent off in Sunday's goalless
draw against Lecce.
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