Fans of Racking Genk have demonstrated the four-month doping ban handed their former player Bennard Kumordzi to sympathize with him.
The former Ghana international was suspended at the end of June after testing positive.
A concentration of 186 ng / ml Carboxy-THC was found in the urine sample-where there is normally a permissible maximum of 180 ng / ml.
But the Flemish Doping Tribunal was not considerate since there was a slight excess.
KV Kortrijk also suspended the player, which means that Kumordzi can no longer call himself a player.
The fans of Racing Genk wanted to give their ex-player a heart under their belt and brought a big banner from Limburg.
They clearly feel that Kumordzi should play football again.