Drugs can end football life
9 July, 2017, 3:48 pm
Update: 3:48PM PLAYERS found failing tests for performance enhancement drugs and other illicit illegal drugs like, Marijuana and Crystal methamphetamine or ICE twice will not be allowed to play football in Fiji.
Fiji Football Association (FIJI FA) chief executive officer
Mohammed Yusuf said they are upholding the Federation Internationale de
Football Association (FIFA) goal of wanting football to be free of performance
He said they have begun tests with marijuana urine tests,
And would be conducting on other stronger substances like
ICE in the upcoming 2017 INKK Mobile Battle of the Giants (BOG) tournament in
“We started with marijuana urine test. But for BOG will
be for ICE and all the other staff,” Yusuf said.