Sulley Muntari has been given a two-game suspension after being sent off in Milan's draw with Roma on Sunday.
The Rossoneri midfielder was given two yellow cards at San Siro – one for 'protests against the referee' and the other for 'repeatedly pulling the referee' and Lega Calcio officials have seen fit to ban the 28-year-old for two matches.
Francesco Totti meanwhile, who was also sent off in the game for two bookable offences, has been handed a one-game ban.
Other players who are banned following the action from Week 37 are: Garcia (Palermo), Insigne (Napoli), Kurtic (Palermo), Marchionni (Parma), Balzano (Pescara).
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