Papu Gomez has been handed a two-year ban from soccer by FIFA soon after allegedly using a banned material.
The versatile attacker, who was actively playing for Sevilla at the time, was identified with a prohibited material in his program soon ahead of the Globe Cup received beneath in Qatar very last yr.
The 35-12 months-old showcased 2 times in the world-wide event as he joined Lionel Messi and co in lifting the trophy.
In accordance to Spanish outlet Relevo, Gomez blamed the failed examination on using his kid’s sickness syrup without consulting club medical doctors immediately after obtaining a poor night’s rest.
That clarification was not deemed to be adequate to steer clear of a ban.
Though Gomez and Sevilla found out about the unsuccessful examination many months ago, it was just this week that the participant received his sanction.
He must now make your mind up irrespective of whether to attraction the ban or not.
Gomez still left Sevilla by mutual consent on September 1 right after two-and-a-fifty percent-years at the club, in advance of finishing a deal to join Italian facet Monza.
Confirming the ban, the Serie A facet stated: “AC Monza announces that it has acquired currently – Oct 20 2023 – from FIFA, by the FIGC, notification of the very first degree sentence of the Spanish Anti-Doping Fee, issued versus the footballer Alejandro Dario Gomez.
“The sentence features a two-yr disqualification from sporting activities.
“The presence of Terbutaline was uncovered in the footballer’s biological samples.
“It is a drug taken to serene a bronchospasm crisis, in October 2022, when the footballer was registered for Sevilla FC.
“Positivity is the outcome of an involuntary assumption.
“AC Monza reserves the proper to assess the future procedural steps.”
While Gomez has played just two matches for Monza considering the fact that joining, he is greatest recognised for his time at Atalanta in between 2014 and 2021 exactly where he was captain and scored 59 objectives in 252 appearances.
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