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Reviews Reduced suspension for Onana, which can play the can!

20:20  10 june  2021
20:20  10 june  2021 Source:   football365.fr

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entered by the Ajax Amsterdam, the heap reduced to nine months the suspension that UEFA had inflicted on its Cameroonian guard André Onana on February 5th.

FOOTBALL : Ajax Amsterdam vs PSV Eindhoven - Eredevisie - 10/01/2021 © Provided by Football 365 Football: Ajax Amsterdam vs PSV Eindhoven - Eredevisie - 10/01/2016 Great news for André Onana! Suspended one year by UEFA for doping on February 5, the Ajax Amsterdam porter saw 9 months reduced sanction by the Arbitral Tribunal for Sport (heap). The Cameroonian goalkeeper will be able to replay on November 3, 2021 and will therefore be available for the next CAN, organized by his native country. Onana had been suspended for a period of one year due to offenses to the anti-doping rules in force. "After a 'out of competition' check on October 30 of last year, the furosemide substance was found in the guardian urine. The suspension is effective from today and applies to all national and international football activities, "said the proceeding. The goalkeeper had been supported by his club, at the initiative of the TAS referral. The player and his leaders have always pleaded the error in this case. "On October 30 (2020) in the morning, Onana felt bad. He wanted to take a pill to relieve yourself. Without knowing it, he took Lasimac, a medicine that his wife had already been prescribed, had written the Dutch club. The confusion of Onana led him to take in mistake the drugs of his wife, which finally brought UEFA to take this measure against the goalkeeper. In addition, the UEFA disciplinary body said that we had no intention of cheating. However, UEFA estimates, on the basis of the applicable anti-doping rules, that an athlete has a duty at any time to ensure that no prohibited substance enters his body. »

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