Belgian club KV Kortrijk SUSPEND Ghanaian midfielder Bernard Kumordzi after failing dope test Featured
01 Jul

Belgian club KV Kortrijk SUSPEND Ghanaian midfielder Bernard Kumordzi after failing dope test

The Belgian top-flight side have suspended the Ghana international after test positive in a doping test.
 
Ghanaian midfielder Bernard Kumordzi has been suspended indefinitely by Belgian side KV Kortrijk after he was found guilty in a doping test.
 
The 33-year-old received a four-month ban after failing a mandatory random drug test at his club.
 
A report by Belgian website Het Laatste Nieuws reads "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.
 
Kumordzi made his debut appearances for Ghana against Brazil in 2007.
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