The ex-Nigeria international has been severely punished by the Swedish FA after he was found guilty of attempting to influence the outcome of a match.
Former Manchester city and Fulham player Dickson Etuhu has been handed a five-year ban from football-related activities in Sweden.
The 37-year-old was found guilty of attempting to influence the outcome of the game between AIK and IFK Gothenburg in May 2017, by offering former AIK goalkeeper Kyriakos Stamatopoulos money to underperform.
On Thursday, the Swedish FA announced that the former Super Eagles midfielder has now been banned alongside former IFK Rossjoholm player Alban Jusufi.
“The Disciplinary Board has decided to suspend two people because they have deliberately tried to persuade a football player to underperform in one of the team’s matches.”
“Through their actions, these people have violated the anti-match fixing regulations, and they are therefore suspended for five years.
“The ban includes training, competing or performing any assignments in any sports.”