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Lots of players have attempted to force a move away from their club over the years and there's been lots of ways of doing it.
Usually a player will refuse to train or kick up a fuss in the media about wanting to leave for pastures new, but Lamkel Ze found a whole new way.
The Cameroon forward is currently trying to force a move to Panathinaikos and on Wednesday he really came up with a plan to annoy Antwerp.
He turned up to training with the Belgian side in an Anderlecht shirt, who are their rivals, and wasn't allowed into the building by security.
Sitting here this morning admiring the pettiness of Royal Antwerp forward Didier Lamkel Zé showing up to training in a rival Anderlecht shirt as he tries to force a move to Panathinaikos.- COPA90 (@Copa90) January 6, 2021
Of course they didn't let him in. pic.twitter.com/cp2mnHzIs8
"Summoned to the club to carry out the traditional COVID-19 tests, Didier Lamkel Ze (Royal Antwerp) showed up at the training center with the jersey ... of Anderlecht.- SportsObama.com (@sportsobamanews) January 5, 2021
He was denied access to Bosuil by club security. :flag_cm: [:camera_with_flash: @sportwereld_be] pic.twitter.com/DKGJIBNAnp
Speaking recently the striker said, "It's simple, I want to go to Greece. I have given my personal agreement. Don't play with my career."
The Greek outfit are managed by former Antwerp boss Laszlo Boloni and the 24-year-old is hoping to be reunited with his old boss.
Antwerp don't want to lose the player for nothing and are yet to reach an agreement for his sale, he is under contract at the club until 2022.
As well as turning up to training in an Anderlecht top the former Chamois Niortais player has also fought with Jelle van Damme in training argued with fans and even called in sick to avoid training.
It's not the first time a controversial striker has been denied access to their own training session.
Back in June, Mario Balotelli was at war with his side Brescia, and looked certain to leave when the season ended, and he was denied access to training.
The issue was that he'd been ill and was cleared too late the night before for the club to confirm his return was okay, the striker turned up at the gates but was turned away.
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