LAHORE - The Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) have suspended two internationals Nomi Martin Gill (Navy), Muhammad Ahmed (Khan Research Laboratories) and other five players as all of them will serve a one-match ban for earning two yellow cards in different games and they will not be able to play in their next outings after Eidul Fitr in Pakistan Premier Football League (PPFL) 2008. Navy's skipper Nomi Martin, who fired in last-ditch penalty-kick in 1-0 win over PEL at Model Town Football Academy Ground few minutes before Ramzanul Mubarak announcement, earned his second yellow card in same match. Nomi, who played in World Cup qualifiers at Beirut and Bangkok seven years ago, took his first yellow card against KPT on August 2 2008 at CDGK stadia, Karachi. He will miss vital October 11 KRL - Navy clash at KRL Stadium, Rawalpindi. Lahore-born right full Ahmed, who represented Pakistan in Pokhara Series, AFC Challenge Cup and SAFF Championship this year, will not be among back-four in same match as he earned caution cards in 2-0 win over HBL on August 15 at Karachi's Peoples Sports Complex and 1-1 draw against PMC on September 1 at Faisalabad. Ahmed who led Pakistan U-14, U-17 teams, also represented country in U-20, U-21 competition: becoming one of the few players in the world who appeared in five levels. "A player who receives two (2) cautions (yellow cards) during a stage of the competition shall automatically be suspended from the match following the match in which he received the second caution," said PPFL 2008's technical official Rauf Bari. KPT's defender Aurangzeb will fail to appear against KESC at Karachi's CDGK Stadium on October 8 2008 following cards against PIA and NBP - both at Karachi's Sharafi Goth - on August 26 and 28 respectively. Punjab Medical College (PMC)'s three players Bashir Ahmed, Muhammad Asif and Munir Ahmed also took the law into their hands and will not be able to step onto the field when PMC will take on holders WAPDA on October 15 at Railway Stadium, Lahore. Army's coach Saqib Abbas will be short of Tank-born defender Muhammad Ramzan when the soldiers lock horns with bottom-placed PTV on 11 October at Army Stadium, Rawalpindi.