Vitesse does not want to say much about the banned Riechedly Bazoer.

The Eredivisionist is still considering the situation, technical director Johannes Spors told

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"We will talk to him first. When that is, I cannot say. We regret the whole course of events," said Spors.

"This is the situation: Riechedly missed the game against AZ. We are now looking further."

On Sunday, just before Vitesse's home game against AZ, it was announced that Bazoer had been kicked out of the selection because he had misbehaved during training on Friday.

The defender had raged against trainer Thomas Letsch and captain Remko Pasveer.

Bazoer would have been put out of the selection at the insistence of the Vitesse players' council, but according to Spors, that is not correct.

"The trainer makes the decisions," he says.

"And that decision has been communicated to the players' council."

It is not the first time that Bazoer has been discredited with his behavior.

For example, the former player of Ajax, VfL Wolfsburg, FC Porto and FC Utrecht was already subject to disciplinary suspension at Vitesse last season after a collision with former trainer Leonid Slutsky.

Vitesse defeated AZ without Bazoer 2-1 and will visit FC Utrecht on Sunday.

The match between the numbers seven and four of the Eredivisie starts at 2.30 p.m.

Without Riechedly Bazoer, Vitesse was 2-1 too strong for AZ.

Without Riechedly Bazoer, Vitesse was 2-1 too strong for AZ.

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