Posté 12 novembre 2010 - 04:01
The 27-year-old centre or winger, who moved from Barrow to Workington 12 months ago to play alongside younger brother Liam, claimed to have taken the Chinese herb MaHuang, which is a natural source of the stimulant ephedrine.
Finch's ban started on September 5 and will end on February 5, 2011.
Posté 12 novembre 2010 - 04:31
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Posté 16 novembre 2010 - 03:27
As i understand it from a very reliable source, he was taking diaretics to help shed some weight while he was training down South! He was then asked to turn out last min by Town and unfortunately was tested while the drugs were still in his system, i believe they hang around for a few days!
This as i understand it, was proven and as a result the ban was lowered to relect that! the trace was not large enough to show he had taken them prior to the game, but nevertheless he should not have had them and refused to play, hence the ban!
Posté 16 novembre 2010 - 03:37
To me there is no case to argue, if so then there is a case for recreational drugs. There banned for a reason, if in doubt don't take em.
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