A Top Footballer Has Been Banned Today For 12 Months, See The Crime He Committed
Ajax and Cameroonian international Goalkeeper André Onana has been banned for twelve (12) months by UEFA following doping violation after a failed a doping test last October.
The suspension which begins today February 5th will not only see the Goalkeeper miss action for his club Ajax but also include all football activities in international level.
The Goalkeeper who has been with Ajax since 2015 was said to have taken an out-of-competition found Furosemide that was found in his urine but Ajax claimed Onana took it "unwittingly" after feeling unwell. In the statement Ajax released, it reads "On the morning of 30 October Onana did not feel well. He wanted to take a tablet. Unwittingly, however, he took Lasimac, a drug that his wife had previously been prescribed," an Ajax statement said"
The club which added the goalkeeper didn't had the intention to cheat said they would take the case to Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) as UEFA insisted an athlete has a duty to make sure no prohibited substance enters the body.
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