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South Korean club Suwon has officially terminated Lars Veldwijk’s contract, and the South African striker is set to depart from the club on September 30, 2023.

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Lars Veldwijk in action for Suwon FC during the 2020/2021 season.

The decision to part ways with Veldwijk comes in the wake of controversies surrounding his actions, particularly related to driving under the influence.

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The Reason Why Suwon FC Is Terminating Veldwijk’s Contract 

Suwon FC released a statement confirming the contract termination, citing “raised controversies by driving under the influence” as the reason for their decision.

Veldwijk’s Transfer To Suwon 

This development marks the end of Veldwijk’s tenure with the club, where he had been playing since 2020 after transferring from Jeonbuk Hyundai.

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During his time at Suwon FC, the lanky striker made a notable impact on the field, contributing significantly to the team’s performance.

His Record At The Club

Veldwijk managed to score an impressive 40 goals in 110 matches for Suwon, establishing himself as a key player within the squad.

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However, the off-field issues and controversies have seemingly outweighed his on-field contributions, leading to Suwon’s decision to terminate his contract

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