WADA is a body set aside to bringing consistency to anti doping policies and regulations. WADA is an abbreviation for World Anti-Doping Agency. Reports has it that the sengal international, Mamadou Sakho was been charge with claims of using drugs.
Mamadou Sakho who was a former Liverpool defender and he his now playing for Crystal side was been charged by the World Anti-Doping Agency.
Reports has it that WADA sent in a message apologizing to Sakho. And in a statement released by the Sakho on his Twitter account he said "An agreed statement in Open Court has been read out and my dispute with WADA is closed. I am pleased with WADA's acceptance that I did not breach the UEFA Anti-Doping Regulations, did not cheat, had no intention of gaining any advantage and acted in good faith. I am also pleased that WADA has apologised to me and agreed to pay substantial sum in damages.
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