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Bernardo Silva: Manchester City forward banned and fine for Benjamin Mendy message

BBC News Wednesday, 13 November 2019
Manchester City forward Bernardo Silva is suspended for one first-team match and fined £50,000 for his social media message relating to team-mate Benjamin Mendy.
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News video: Bernardo Silva handed one-game ban for Mendy tweet

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Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva must serve a one-match ban over a tweet he sent about team-mate Benjamin Mendy. The Portuguese posted pictures of Mendy as a child alongside the mascot for Spanish confectionery firm Conguitos on September 22.

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