The football player of Moscow CSKA and national team of Finland Roman Eremenko suspended from matches due to the fact that after one of the games in the Champions League failed a doping test, according to MTV Sport.

Earlier, the official website of the Football Association of Finland was published the information that according to the decision of the disciplinary Committee of UEFA Eremenko suspended for 30 days. The reasons for the dismissal were not named, UEFA declined to comment.

According to Finnish newspaper, a positive result gave one of the doping samples Eremenko, which was commissioned after the Champions League match in September 2016, and the grade of the athlete is being investigated now.
In September Eremenko took part in two Champions League matches against Bayer Leverkusen (2:2) at exit 14 and with the London “Tottenham” (0:1) in Moscow on 27 September.

In 2009, the use of illegal drugs was charged with CSKA defenders Sergei Ignashevich and Alexei Berezutsky. Then the players and the lawyers of the army club managed to prove that a banned substance has entered the body after the use of cold medicine called sudafed, after which they were acquitted UEFA, reminiscent of the “R-Sport”

Finnish journalists claim that the football player of CSKA Eremenko failed a doping test 09.10.2016

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