Samir Nasri has been hit with a three-match ban by the French Football Federation (FFF) on account of his behaviour during the national team's Euro 2012 campaign.
The Manchester City attacking midfielder's team-mate Jeremy Menez has been suspended for one game over his own ill-discipline in Poland and Ukraine, but Hatem Ben Arfa and Yann M'Vila have escaped with warnings over their future conduct.
Nasri, the subject of much media criticism in the lead-up to Euro 2012, first sparked controversy when he made straight straight for the touchline after scoring in France's tournament opener against England before shouting obscenities at the press box.
The former Arsenal man was then involved in an angry exchange with a journalist after the quarter-final defeat by Spain, during which Nasri challenged the reporter to a fight.
Meanwhile, Menez, who was unable to attend Friday's FFF disciplinary hearing because he is currently on a pre-season tour of the United States with Paris Saint-Germain, was disciplined after being found to have insulted the referee after the 2-0 defeat by Spain and subsequently shunning captain Hugo Lloris.
Ben Arfa, though, has not been punished over his dressing-room dispute with then France boss Laurent Blanc after the defeat by Sweden, while M'Vila has also avoided a suspension over his refusal to shake the hand of either replacement Olivier Giroud or Blanc following his substitution in the loss to La Roja.
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