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Rangers Break The Rules

TWO FOOTBALL League clubs have been fined for failing to abide by the FA`s doping control regulations.

QPR and Bradford City have been fined 6,000 and 1,000 respectively for repeated failure to provide accurate information to sampling officers trying to locate players they want to test.

It is prohibited for a player to miss three tests in an 18-month period anybody who does so faces a lengthy ban. The failure of a club to give the FA accurate information concerning the whereabouts of players is also prohibited.

QPR`s fine was imposed in December, a particularly turbulent month for the club with the departure of manager Jim Magilton and the arrival of Paul Hart, his short-lived successor. Bradford City`s penalty was imposed last month.




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Writer: Superhoop50 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 22 2010

Time: 8:08PM

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Bradford are hard up. This'll hurt them a lot more than it'll hurt us.
Guttermouth
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23/03/2010 11:42:00

That's not exactly the piont, is it? We shouldn't be breaking rules - but then, it was in the time of his lord & master, Flavio Briatore - and we all know wot a stickler for keeping to the rules he was ... NOT!!!!
sandydl
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23/03/2010 13:48:00

dosn't matter we got the money
Rs fan super hoop
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23/03/2010 17:21:00

 

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