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Sport New twist in Essendon supplements saga

01:05  16 october  2019
01:05  16 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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The Essendon Football Club supplements saga (also referred to as the Essendon doping scandal) was a sports controversy which occurred during the early- and mid-2010s.

The Essendon supplements saga will roll into a sixth year through a case brought by Melbourne lawyer Jackson Taylor. He also alleges several statements made by AFL executives – about former Essendon coach James Hird, player welfare, an interim report by ASADA and the AFL's

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 01: Essendon Bombers AFL Sponsorship Announcement with Under Armour at The Hangar on October 1, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Wayne Taylor/AFL Photos/via Getty Images)© 2019 AFL Photos MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 01: Essendon Bombers AFL Sponsorship Announcement with Under Armour at The Hangar on October 1, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Wayne Taylor/AFL Photos/via Getty Images) The drug administered to Essendon players that led to their suspension in 2016 was only listed as a banned substance several months after the injections were stopped.

A total of 34 Bombers players were banned for 12 months after a Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled the players were injected several times with the banned substance Thymosin Beta-4.

But the drug was only deemed to be logged as prohibitive on February 4, 2013 - months after the club had stopped injecting the players.

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The Essendon Football Club, nicknamed the Bombers, is a professional Australian rules football The peak of these incidents occurred in 1980 with new recruit Phil Carman making headlines for In the midst of the supplements saga , assistant coach Mark Thompson took over as coach for the 2014

New Essendon chairman Lindsay Tanner covered a lot of ground in his first public comments upon taking over the post, but predictably, two names he'd The sense of karma via the supplements saga therefore has been an intoxicating brew, particularly for fans of clubs without nearly as many

The Herald Sun obtained the information under Freedom of Information laws.

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The long-running Essendon supplements saga has taken a new twist with the AFL club being charged by WorkSafe over occupational health and safety breaches during its controversial 2011-2012 program.

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"An ASADA official ran a check on the public site for "research" at 10.34am and no flag was generated for Thymosin Beta-4," the newspaper report said.

"Another check on Thymosin Beta-4 just over two hours later at 12.59pm by an ASADA staffer listed it as 'banned in sport'.

"The status update came on the same day AFL boss Andrew Demetriou called Essendon chairman David Evans about a secret investigation into the club's supplements program, prompting the Bombers to 'self-report' to ASADA."

Scientist Bob O'Dea said: "The evidence of a stitch-up is compelling".

The players' defence team did not know the timing of the logging of the ban when they were found guilty in January 2016, the publication added.

Questions have also been raised about the update's timing, with suggestions it was an attempt by some staff to shore up evidence after the fact.

Carlton explains 'disappointing' trade failures .
Tom Papley's planned trade to Carlton failed due to the Essendon-Sydney impasse over Joe Daniher, the Blues say.Carlton exited the trade period having snared only ageing Adelaide star Eddie Betts and fringe Hawthorn big man Marc Pittonet, after also failing to seal a move for Gold Coast's Jack Martin.

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