Having served three games while waiting for a move, the ruling puts the QPR midfielder out of nine league or cup matches but he could still play in the Europa League
The English Football Federation forwarded the suspension to their French equivalent and they used Article 12 of the Regulations for the Status and Transfer of Players from Fifa, which means that the ban is applicable in a differing country.
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The ban was initially imposed by the FA after the midfielder was found guilty of two counts of violent conduct for the incident surrounding his sending-off against Manchester City during the final game of last season.
The 30-year-old could now make his debut for his new club on September 20, when the French outfit face Fenerbache in their Europa League opener.