At the early hours of today [Wednesday] an incidence occurred where a player wasn't allowed to enter his team training ground because of one or two reasons. The player was denied access to his own club training ground after he was seen wearing a jersey of a different football team to his own club's training.
According to report, the player whose name was identified as Didier Lamkel Zé, who plays for Belgium club Royal Antwerp, purposely wore the jersey of a rival team [Anderlecht] to his club training ground, all because he was trying to annoy Royal Antwerp, following his decision to force a move away from the club.
Didier Lamkel Zé and his club [Royal Antwerp] has failed to reach an agreement on the player's departure and the player has told the Belgium club that he want to move to a different club in greece [panathinaikos] but Royal Antwerp has not reach an agreement with the player, so Didier Lamkel Zé wants to force his move away from the club.
This is not the first time in football that a player tries to force a move away from their respective teams, it has happened countless time. But how Didier Lamkel Zé, tried to force his own move is something else and it has caused reactions from fans of Royal Antwerp and even some other football lovers.
He did what he did, because he is trying to annoy his club, so that they will sale him to his preferred football club, which is a greek club called Panathinaikos.
The Cameroon striker still has contract with Royal Antwerp until 2022 and the club are afraid of losing the player for free.
According to claim via Football Fans Tribe, Royal Antwerp striker Didier Lamkel Zé showed up for training wearing arch-rivals Anderlecht's kit, to try and force a move to Panathinaikos and he ended up getting locked outside the club's training ground.
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