Player walked out of match in anger.
Ex-Sunshine Stars striker, Dele Olorundare, has been suspended for three games in the Turkish league.
The suspension came after he walked off the field during the league match between his club, Tavsanli Liyintspor and Karsiyaka.
He first got a yellow card for a hard tackle against an opposing player, which led to an exchange of words with the referee and then his walk-out.
He was subsequently given a red card and then the ban.
Prior to the incident, he gave assist for the lone goal scored by his team. The match eventually ended 1-1..
He missed this weekend’s 3-3 draw at home against Manisaspor, and he will sit out against Iskenderun and Kahramanmaraspor.
Olorundare who has scored a goal for the division two side will return for home tie against Istanbul BB.
Olorundare was invited to play as a home-based Super Eagles by coach, Stephen Keshi.
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