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Yesterday, 14:18   #466
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Used them as an example due to association with convicted dopers rather than speculation but you are right completely forgot about the Sakho case.

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Used them as an example due to association with convicted dopers rather than speculation but you are right completely forgot about the Sakho case



As mentioned I used those as an example due to the coach and doctors associated being convicted in case anyone was stating it was just wild speculation.
Well the Sakho case turned out to be nothing. He technically did nothing wrong and he was banned for something that wasn't illegal.*

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Well the Sakho case turned out to be nothing. He technically did nothing wrong and he was banned for something that wasn't illegal.*

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That's not actually true

He was banned for a B2‑agonists ,this is correct and a number of people have been banned for this. What was argued was that the substance was not specifically mentioned other than as the grouping. It has been part of the prohibited list for the past 15 years.

The only thing that has changed is that it is now expressively mentioned on the prohiited list.
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Well the Sakho case turned out to be nothing. He technically did nothing wrong and he was banned for something that wasn't illegal.*

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Klopp obviously disagreed with you, as he got rid of him because of it.
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Well the Sakho case turned out to be nothing. He technically did nothing wrong and he was banned for something that wasn't illegal.*

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It was banned because it is used to stop other things showing up in a test as far as I remember.

Klopp got rid of him because of his attitude as far as I remember. I think PSG (or whoever he was with) did the same when he was a young lad. Didn’t think he had to show up on time etc.

That’s the amazing thing about Klopps management. He takes also rans and castaways and turns them into winners.
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<mod>Since the discussion has shifted to football I think the thread has run its course.</mod>
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