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    Carlton fined $10,000 for AFL drug code breach

    We are also included in this breach


    Carlton has been slapped with a $10,000 fine for failing to update the AFL on players post-season whereabouts.

    The AFL announced on Thursday four clubs had been sanctioned for breaching its anti-doping rules on providing ‘player whereabouts information’.

    The Blues copped the heaviest penalty, while Melbourne ($5000), Western Bulldogs ($2500) and Richmond ($2500) were also penalised.

    The league said clubs were required to provide constant updates on player off-season movements.

    Under AFL rules, clubs can be sanctioned for failing to provide the up-to-date whereabouts of players listed for testing.
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    Re: Carlton fined $10,000 for AFL drug code breach

    Our club seems to feature every year.
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    Re: Carlton fined $10,000 for AFL drug code breach

    Seems like it's $2,500 for each player that doesn't use the app correctly. Wonder if it's the same player(s) each year.

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    Re: Carlton fined $10,000 for AFL drug code breach

    Let's face it, it's probably Libba who isn't using the app correctly.

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    Re: Carlton fined $10,000 for AFL drug code breach

    It's a stupid requirement ordered by an organization that has little idea of what they are doing and no idea of the damage they cause. W/ASADA are a farce and do more damage than good and thankfully people are starting to work that out for themselves.


    Hopefully they close them down and actually make an effort at getting drugs out of sport rather than just go through the motions.
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    Re: Carlton fined $10,000 for AFL drug code breach

    Quote Originally Posted by Testekill View Post
    Let's face it, it's probably Libba who isn't using the app correctly.
    My money's on Gowers.
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    Re: Carlton fined $10,000 for AFL drug code breach

    Quote Originally Posted by Rocket Science View Post
    My money's on Gowers.

    Also a reasonable guess, I reckon he plays it pretty fast and loose as well. Not even necessarily on anything, just not dotting the i's and crossing the t's

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