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FIFA waking up to Puerto

OffTheBackAdamOffTheBackAdam Posts: 1,869
edited May 2007 in The bottom bracket
Looks like Blatter et al have finally woken up to the potential damage that a Gynaecologist can do to professional sportsmen.

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  • Stark.Stark. Posts: 108
    Yes. It's always puzzled me that while cycling clearly has a doping problem, football with its far higher profile, astronomical budgets and even greater pressures appears to be a largely drug-free sport. Admittedly, cycling's problems are deep-rooted - after all drug taking was tacitly accepted for decades. But I just don't buy the idea that it's the only sport with a real problem.

    In a few years time we might be applauding cycling for being the only sport that was prepared to lift the lid and actually confront the whole sorry issue.
  • campagchriscampagchris Posts: 773
    I hope they start to get the footballers,tennis players,and athletes who are involved,but I somehow doubt they will.Its easy to pick on cycling.The spanish seem to be hiding the truth,is that because their golden boy(tennis)is involved as well as their footballers.
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