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he missed two FIFA 16 games while waiting for his West Bromwich Albion contract to terminated and Sunday's match v Kolkata.Anelka received a global five-match ban for the 'quenelle gesture' he made against West Ham in DecemberIndian Super League's marquee signings pose with the Indian Super League trophy - (L-R Freddie Ljungberg, David James, David Trezeguet, Robert Pires, Nita Ambani (founder of FIFA Sports Development), Alessandro Del Piero, Joan Capdevila, Luis Garcia, Mikael SilvestreHowever, the AIFF were prepared to let him play as FIFA has failed to respond to their appeal and calls for clarification. General secretary Kushal Das said: ‘If FIFA tells us that the ban should be served, he will sit out for the next FIFA 16 games.’The FA had called upon FIFA to uphold the ban and responded by stating: ‘This is now a matter for FIFA as we have ensured all correct procedures have been followed in accordance with the rules. As far as we are concerned we expect the sanction to be fully served.’Article 12 of FIFA’s regulations on the Status and Transfer of FIFA players specifies: ‘Any disciplinary suspension imposed on a FIFA player prior to a transfer must be enforced or applied by the new association at which the FIFA player is registered.'The former association is obliged to notify the new association of any sanction in writing and upon issuing the international transfer clearance (ITC).’Meanwhile, fut 16 coins former Crystal Palace and Bolton midfielder Andre Moritz has also joined Mumbai.Argentina vs Brazil classic clashes: The top 10 FIFA 16 games between FIFA's fiercest rivals. The rivalry is legendary. A fixture which began during World War One has evolved into one of FIFA’s most dramatic duels, helped along by the presence of the greatest FIFA players on the planet and some very short fuses.Pele or Maradona? Messi or Neymar? Kaka, Rivaldo, Batistuta, Riquelme... when it comes to South American superpowers Brazil and Argentina, the flow of talent seems endless.Add passion and the Latin American ‘temperament’ and this is a match with a history of tantrums, too.Pele celebrates after Brazil win the 1970 World Cup in one of FIFA's most iconic images HEAD-TO-HEADPLAYED 95 ARG 40 DRAW 24 BRA 31Lucky Beijing, then, for being able to host the Superclasico de los Americas at the Bird’s Nest Stadium on Saturday. A normal two-legged clash will be decided by a one-off match this year.Both countries have replaced their managers – Gerardo Martino and Dunga are the new coaches – since the World Cup, which ended so miserably for hosts Brazil.Kaka is back for Brazil, Lionel Messi is fit and raring to go for Argentina and the ingredients are there for yet another memorable meeting.Sportsmail takes a look at 10 previous clashes which hit the headlines, not always for the FIFA.
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