There is no place for Scotland centre Marcus Di Rollo in the Toulouse squad for the European Cup final.
Di Rollo left Edinburgh last summer for the French giants with a view to developing his game at one of the biggest and most powerful clubs in Europe.
He even made himself unavailable for Scotland's entire 2008 RBS 6 Nations campaign in order to concentrate on forging a career in the South of France.
But when Toulouse coach Guy Noves named his 25-man squad for the game there was no place for Di Rollo.
Yannick Jauzion and Florian Fritz are likely to team up in midfield for the two-time champions with usual scrum-half Jean-Baptiste Elissalde at fly-half.
Three reserve backs were named in Noves's squad but even then Di Rollo failed to make the cut for match against Munster in Cardiff.
Like Chris Paterson, who returned to Edinburgh after a lack of game time at Gloucester, Di Rollo may now be considering his club future.
He has been named in Scotland's A squad for the Churchill Cup in North America this summer but will arrive short of match fitness.
Graeme Morrison, Andy Henderson, Simon Webster and Nick de Luca are in his way for a return to the full Scotland side.