Ghanaian midfielder Bernard Kumordzi has been expelled from Belgian side KV Kortrijk.
The sack comes on their back of the midfielder receiving a four months ban for testing positive for taking a banned substance.
The midfielder was banned for four months but his return to the club has not been greeted well with the club showing the player the exit door.
Kortrijk has now taken a decision to part ways with the 33-year-old as he can not feature for the club in official matches.
The Het Laatste Nieuws reports, "The Ghanaian has now been pointed out that in addition to official matches he is not allowed to play practice matches, even to train with his club, not even at the B-core."
"Kumordzi now has to maintain his condition with a personal trainer. punishment is already serious: for the duration of the period in question, his contract was suspended and he is therefore no longer paid. " The Belgian tabloid added.
Bernard Kumordzi has eight caps for the Black Stars of Ghana.