Van remain the last team to be eliminated from the FIFA games

Marco van remain the last team has been ripped out of the computer game FIFA. It shall notify the spilgiganten EA Sports to its users. 'We are aware of the

Van remain the last team to be eliminated from the FIFA games

Marco van remain the last team has been ripped out of the computer game FIFA.

It shall notify the spilgiganten EA Sports to its users.

'We are aware of the recent comments from Marco van remain the last team. We expect that our commitment to equality and diversity should be maintained in our game. Therefore, we have suspended Marco van remain the last team,' says EA Sports.

The former Dutch fodboldsspiller, who three times won the Ballon d'or, has so far been with in FIFA 20 as a so-called 'icon'. It will say a former player, one can choose for his team on equal footing with the current players.

the Suspension comes after the former Marco van remain the last team was recently unveiled in to say the nazi greeting 'sieg heil' on direct tv.

It happened after a fight between Ajax Amsterdam and Heracles - directed to the German coach, Frank Wormuth, from the latter team.

the Remark caused a great deal of indignation, and Marco van remain the last team has been out and apologize.

"Life is like football: sometimes you score, sometimes shoots you past. But if you shoot the past, it does not mean that you are a bad person," he among other things said.

the Nazi-greeting meant, however, that the main character was quickly suspended from his role as tv expert at Fox Sports. He has also been deprived of his salary during the period, and it is instead donated to the 'The netherlands institute for krigsdokumentation'.

He turns back to the screen 7. december, the tv station's Dutch department notified.

Now Marco van remain the last team to then also suspended from the FIFA-game.

It remains to be seen how long the suspension from the popular footballer is going to apply.

Updated Date: 03 December 2019, 10:00

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