Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti has warned French star Franck Ribery to desist from bad behaviour or lose his spot in his team.
Ribery Captained the Bavarians side that hammered Inter Milan 4-1 International Champions Cup.
The 33-year-old drew attention following his comments on former manager Pep Guardiola which chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge seriously frowned at.
Ribery again was involved in controversy against Inter which this time angered the Bayern hierarchy again following a run-in with Inter midfielder Felipe Melo.
The winger, who scored the Bavarians’ second goal in Charlotte, was involved in a number of clashes with the Brazilian as he seemed to be gunning for revenge after an early foul and eventually earned himself a booking, much to the dismay of Ancelotti.
“I don’t like players who behave like that,” Ancelotti told reporters following Ribery’s display.
“I told him that I don’t like that sort of behaviour and I told him to stop doing it.
“I made him our captain for this game, so he simply cannot act like this.”