Levski ban bad-boy Rabeh

SOFIA - Bulgarian champions Levski Sofia again suspended the controversial Youssef Rabeh on Monday and suggested the Moroccan international's days at the club were numbered.

Local media reported the defender had been spotted drinking late at a nightclub during Levski's training camp in the Black Sea town of Kavarna.

"I can't say a bad word about his footballing qualities but there's no place for him at Levski from now on," coach Georgi Ivanov told reporters. "He has exhausted his limit.

"He has gone back to Sofia and there's a possibility Levski will sell him to a foreign club. However if he stays with us he'll only be allowed to play in the reserves."

The 24-year-old Rabeh has been involved in a series of off-the-field incidents since joining the club from Moroccan side FAR Rabat in 2007.

He received a three-year suspended sentence by a Sofia court and had his driving licence confiscated for a year after being found to be over the alcohol limit when he was involved in a road accident last February.

Six months later Rabeh was suspended by Levski after he was arrested for drink-driving despite being in the middle of a driving ban.