Zlaton Ibrahimovic is the latest star to come to an end in the Italian Serie A after being banned for two years for biting Italy captain Paulo Dybala.
Article 1 of 2FIFA 17 is the most popular sport game of all time and has over a billion registered players around the world.
In the past, players have been punished for their actions and this is the first time a FIFA 17 player has been banned.
The official FIFA 17 website has more than 200,000 registered players.
This is more than twice as many as the FIFA 16 version.
In a statement on Tuesday, the International Football Association Board (IFAB) stated that “violations of the Anti-Doping Code (ADCC) are serious and can lead to sanctions including bans and disqualifications for the FIFA Club Level Committee.”
The statement added that “this is the second suspension in less than a year and the IFAB is committed to maintaining a level playing field for all players in all competitions.”
The decision to ban Ibrahimovic comes two weeks after he was fined 10 million euros ($12.4 million) by the IFLB for biting Dybalas head during the World Cup qualifier in Germany.
The IFA has been vocal in its criticism of Ibrahimovic’s actions, stating that “a player who has been punished by the governing body of a FIFA Club level team for the very same actions in which he was participating is not an individual who should be allowed to play in a FIFA international competition.”
In a separate statement, FIFA said that the “actions of this player are completely unacceptable and in contravention of the fundamental principles of the game and his contribution to the game of football.”