How long Paul Pogba could be banned for after failed drugs test

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By Grey Whitebloom In 1998, Roma’s outspoken manager Zdenek Zeman name-checked Juventus when he warned that it was time Italian football “left the chemist’s shop”. Zeman was subjected to a deluge of libel cases but one of Juve’s doctors, Riccardo Agricola, was found guilty of administering performance-enhancing drugs in 2004. Almost two decades later, the Old Lady is at the centre of another doping controversy after the allegations made against Paul Pogba. The 2018 World Cup winner has been provisionally suspended by Italy’s national anti-doping tribunal and faces severe punishment if he is fo…

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