World governing body FIFA on Wednesday announced extended sanctions for 41 South Korean players following a 2011 match-fixing scandal in the domestic league.
Korea's K-League and the Korea Football Association's disciplinary committees agreed the sanctions and now FIFA's Disciplinary Committee has extended them worldwide.
Another 21 players who admitted their part in the match-fixing affair and also recanted will be allowed to return to the game after after a probation period of between two and five years.
But they will have to do football-related community service first, including coaching youngsters and disabled players.
The match-fixing scandal erupted in 2011 when some 50 players and coaches from six K-League sides were charged with taking money to rig games.