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  1. Carlos Queiroz banned for six months over doping row

    Soccernet staff

    The Portuguese Anti-doping Authority (AdoP) has suspended Portugal coach Carlos Queiroz for six months after ruling that he disrupted an anti-doping test ahead of the World Cup.

    Story | September 02, 2010
  2. Portugal ban coach Carlos Queiroz for anti-doping insults

    Soccernet staff

    The Portuguese football association (FPF) has suspended coach Carlos Queiroz for 30 days for insulting anti-doping officials ahead of this summer's World Cup.

    Story | Conversation | August 19, 2010
  3. Ghaly allowed to return to action

    Soccernet staff

    Al-Nassr midfielder Hossam Ghaly has been cleared of doping charges after passing a test at the second attempt.

    Story | April 22, 2010
  4. Adrian Mutu hoping to stay at Fiorentina after serving ban

    Soccernet staff

    Adrian Mutu's agent has revaled that the Fiorentina striker wants to stay at the club, despite facing a ban for failing two anti-doping tests earlier this year. Mutu will be sentenced on Monday and is hoping that the National Anti-Doping Tribunal won't rule him out for over a year.

    Story | Conversation | April 16, 2010
  5. Luca Toni surprised at 'stupid' former team-mate Adrian Mutu

    Soccernet staff

    Roma striker Luca Toni has voiced his surprise at the news of Adrian Mutu's latest doping controversy, describing the Romanian striker's actions as "stupid".

    Story | Conversation | February 03, 2010
  6. CSKA pair banned after doping violation

    Soccernet staff

    CSKA Moscow defenders Sergei Ignashevich and Alexei Berezutsky have escaped with a just one-match ban from UEFA after failing a drugs tests following a Champions League match with Manchester United

    Story | Conversation | December 17, 2009
  7. Angry Cannavaro cleared of doping offence

    Soccernet staff

    Italy captain Fabio Cannavaro has been cleared of doping after failing a drugs test following treatment for an insect sting, the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) said on Monday.

    Story | Conversation | October 12, 2009
  8. Cannavaro should be cleared - doping prosecutor

    Soccernet staff

    Fabio Cannavaro did not commit a doping offence and should be cleared because he took cortisone only to treat an bee sting, the Italian Olympic Committee's (CONI) anti-doping prosecutor said on Saturday.

    Story | Conversation | October 10, 2009
  9. Cannavaro to be questioned after failing drugs test

    Soccernet staff

    Italy captain Fabio Cannavaro has failed a doping test, with his club team Juventus saying Thursday it's the result of cortisone being used to treat a bee sting.

    Story | Conversation | October 08, 2009