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Retired Dutch striker's 'sieg heil' comments explained Marco van Basten was suspended by Fox Sports after Nazi-related on-air comments, and has now been removed from Fifa 20's Ultimate Team mode Wednesday, 4th December , am Updated Wednesday, 4th December , am Marco van Basten was heard off camera saying 'sieg heil' during a live Dutch TV broadcast Photo: Getty Images Retired Dutch striker Marco van Basten has been removed as an "Icon" player in Fifa 20 Ultimate Team after making Nazi-related comments as a pundit.
The year-old, considered one of the great footballers of the modern era, was suspended by the Dutch branch of the Fox Sports network after saying "sieg heil" while working as an analyst.
EA Sports, the creators of the Fifa video game series, cited their "commitment to equality and diversity" in pulling Van Basten from its flagship mode — here's everything you need to know. Sign up to our daily newsletter The i newsletter cut through the noise Thanks for signing up!
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Please try again later. What did Marco van Basten say? He was heard off camera saying "sieg heil" — a German phrase meaning "hail victory" which carries strong connotations with Nazi rallies — after Fox Sports presenter Hans Kraay interviewed Heracles' German manager Frank Wormuth.
Sometimes you score, sometimes you miss. But if you miss, that does not mean that you are a bad person. The broadcaster added that Van Basten "did not want to hurt anyone deliberately, apologised and accepted the consequences".
He won three Serie A titles and two European Cups as part of an all-conquering Milan side in the late 80s, and scored one the great goals of all time as the Dutch triumphed in the European Championships.