In one of the greatest stories ever, Feyenoord striker Michiel Kramer has been reprimanded by the club for eating a burger/sandwich on the touchline in their last game.
The 29-year old was an unused substitute for the reigning Dutch champions' 3-1 win over Heracles in the Dutch Cup last night.
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But he's landed himself in hot water over his touchline antics. At half-time, the cameras captured Kramer scoffing a 'croquette sandwich' and although he didn't go all Wayne Shaw on us as he was simply enjoying the snack rather than doing it as a gambling stunt, his club are absolutely furious.
Kramer is not allowed to take part in first-team training, in addition to being fined and made absent from team selection by manager Giovanni Bronckhorst, starting with the trip to Roda JC.
Feyenoord technical director Martin van Geel had the following to say about what the former NAC Breda man did, as per Joe.co.uk.
"Michiel's action is unprofessional and, in our opinion, unacceptable, and this behavior does not fit within the top-class sport climate that we have at Feyenoord and within the exemplary role that our players have."
It'd be acceptable if he was a Sunday League player, given that most of the strikers there are smoking cigs on the pitch, but you can see why Feyenoord have punished him.
Something tells us he won't be eating any snacks on the touchline at Feyenoord anymore - that's if he even has a future at the club.