English football club was accused of violating anti-doping rules

The club of the English Premier League "West Ham" was charged with violating the anti-doping rules. This is reported on the official website of the football club.

The club failed to send accurate information about the whereabouts of its players to the Football Association of England three times in 12 months. Reply to the accusations is necessary until February 27.

The press release stresses that the violation is of an administrative nature. It can be an error in the organization's database: for example, about the wrong home address of the player. According to the representatives of the club, "West Ham" will contact FA in the allotted time.
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