I have the real answer now.
Make sure you go to the 'Teams' setting menu:
From here you should be able to see who is attached to a group / repo, you can simply remove them by selecting the (x) next to the user
I can't find a Settings Permission page... so All i could do was Team -> click ManageTeam -> User Groups
and for each group look for the member and remove them.
not very satisfactory and now I can still see a "member" of my team who is not in any group, I need to kick him off the team how do I do that?
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