The Belgian was accused of foul play in a match against Wales…
Manchester United’s Marouane Fellaini can’t play football according to AC Milan and Croatia legend Zvonimir Boban, reports the Daily Mail.
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The comments came after Belgium’s draw with Wales in their European Championship qualifying match on Sunday. The midfielder was involved in a controversial incident during the match, where he appeared to elbow Liverpool’s Joe Allen in the face.
The Red Devil wasn’t punished for incident by the referee, but has come in for criticism since. After the game Zvonimir Boban had some harsh words to say about the 26-year-old.
“Fellaini can’t play football. Seriously he can’t play football,” he said.
Boban played for AC Milan for eleven years, winning four Serie As and one Champions League. He also played for the Yugoslavia and Croatia national teams. Unfortunately he did not elaborate on why the Belgian couldn’t play football.
Fellaini has broken in the first team this season at club side Manchester United, after a poor first season following his £27.5 million move to Old Trafford. He will be hoping to continue in the team for their match against Arsenal on the weekend.