FA suing West Ham United for breaching anti-doping rules

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The English football association FA, a complaint against West Ham United. The Premier League club has the anti-doping rules in England are broken.

West Ham would be the English football association in the past year three times, is not or not sufficiently informed about the so-called ‘whereabouts’ of the club, reports the BBC.

Clubs are required to keep the FA informed of the verblijfadressen of players and the times of training sessions. That way, players can at any time be tested for doping.

West Ham let in a statement to know that it comes to administrative errors in the system that is used to the ‘whereabouts’ to fill in. “We want to make it clear that no players are involved.”

The current number twelve of the Premier League has until 27 February to officially by the FA to react.

West Ham United is not the first club that is sued for failing to comply with the procedures in the antidopingreglement. Last year, Manchester City found itself called by the FA after the club three times in a short time not comply with the rules loved.

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