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Discussion in 'General Football' started by tototoner, Aug 22, 2017.
Have they named the players doing coke? I can't look while at work but please stick allegedly in front of any replies
It's all very boring really.
The only thing that interests me personally is that the tests are labelled as being either 'Urine' or 'Blood.' There are just under 5000 tests from 2015 and only 148 of them are blood tests. That makes it quite easy to see where blood testing is actually being utilized, which is something a lot of people have been wondering about.
Women's World Cup 2015 - 15 blood tests all negative. Blood tests after the Semi-Final matches and following matches.
Copa America 2015 - 68 blood tests all negative. The majority of tests appear to happen in the two days before the tournament, with a minority of them happening after the first group game. Then no further record (or no further tests)
Europa League Final 2015 - Dnipro v Sevilla - 4 blood tests all negative.
U20 World Cup 2015 - 16 tests all negative. Testing happens after the Semi-finals and following matches
PANDA (polish anti-doping) conducts 12 blood tests at the Warsaw lab, all of which are negative. 6 of these were in competition tests on 01/02/16.
WADA conducts 24 blood tests, 23 negative 1 not analyzed (no explanation provided.) These happened on a variety of dates in November and December 2015. All were out of competition.
The final 8 blood tests are probably the only marginally interesting ones:
So they didn't name anyone?
The only people "named" are the World Cup TUE players. Everyone else is just a reference number within a huge database.
It really is boring, especially because Spiegel already gave us the information about the English cases.
No Leicester players?
No. There's one of our ex players though.... Ryan Nelson.
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