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Fabian Castillo suspended 4 games

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FC Dallas's Fabian Castillo moves the ball up field against Real Salt Lake during an MLS soccer game, …

NEW YORK (AP) -- FC Dallas forward Fabian Castillo has been suspended four games and has been fined for making contact with an official last month.

Castillo was suspended by the MLS disciplinary committee two games for the red card for violent conduct and two additional games after the match against the Portland Timbers on June 11.

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