Geoffrey Mujangi Bia, who made four appearances for Wolves between 2010-11, saw red in an argument with Lokeren manager.
FORMER Wolves player Geoffrey Mujangi Bia has been sacked after hurling a chair at a COFFEE MACHINE in a foul rage.
Bia, 29, from Zaire, made four appearances for Wanderers between 2010-11.
But it was during his time at current club Lokeren, who play in the Belgian first division, that he flew into a fury that cost him his job.
Bia, who plays as an attacking midfielder or winger, was reportedly showing little to no interest in the pre-match team talk.
And he was said to be disinterested in the warm-up ahead of the game against Kortrijk last Saturday, say RTL.
Unsurprisingly, Lokeren went onto lose 2-1.
However, it was after the game that manager Glen De Boeck, who includes FC Boom and Anderlecht in the clubs he used to play for, asked for a word with Bia.
Flanked by his assistants, De Boeck laid into Bia’s professionalism.
Then, according to reports, Bia became “furious, grabbed a chair and threw it on the office coffee machine”.
Bia was then told by email that he had been fired.