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Ex-Wolves star sacked after throwing chair at coffee machine in boss row

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.

Ex-Wolves star Geoffrey Mujangi Bia has been sacked by his club
GETTY – CONTRIBUTOR Ex-Wolves star Geoffrey Mujangi Bia has been sacked by his club

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.

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