City fined £35,000 for anti-doping admin error

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  1. aguero93:20

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    We mustn't have told them Yaya was in Dagenham on the piss.
     
  2. oakiecokie

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    Manchester City have been charged by the Football Association for failing to ensure anti-doping officials knew where players were for drugs testing.

    Clubs are required to provide accurate details of training sessions and player whereabouts so that they are available for testing at all times.

    The club allegedly failed to ensure that their 'club whereabouts' information was accurate.

    City have until 19 January to respond to the charge.

    It is understood the information was not updated following a change to training routines.
     
  3. Clercqs

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    Okay cheers didn't know that. I may have been a bit to harsh but then but i really do feel we "often" mess up compared to other big clubs.
     
  4. Helmet Cole

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    Glad I'm not the only one cynical enough to take a peep ;-)
     
  5. oakiecokie

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    So it is an admin error and nothing to do whatsoever with A.N.Other gone missing.FUCK OFF SKY !!!!
     
  6. mat

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  7. BigOscar

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    So we give them the afternoon off, or do an extra session one day, so the FA make a big deal about shouting as loudly as they can that we are drug cheats. Sounds about right
     
  8. geoff clipp

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    This doesn't sound too serious. Here's an idea though, rather than blaming everyone else for our misfortunes, why don't we actually get our house in order?

    Supposing we are being unfairly targeted (I don't think we are), unless we're going to prove it or put solicitors on the case, the only thing we're in control with is how we conduct ourselves. It isn't that big an ask is it really to maintain our paperwork properly and instruct our players to not question the integrity of referees on instagram? The rules might well be pathetic but these are rule breaches nonetheless and easily avoidable. We need to sort it out rather than take on a victim mentality every time we needlessly fuck up.
     
  9. willipp

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    It's a fucking smear campaign of the highest order all aimed at destabilizing our club. It's not even subtle and I hope fuels our fucking fire to stick it up the cu**s.
     
  10. Clercqs

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    Yes, why don't you think that?
    Cheers mate. Youre welcome to check it out.
     

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