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UEFA Bans Finland Midfielder Roman Eremenko For Cocaine

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Finland midfielder Roman Eremenko has been banned for a long time after he tried positive for cocaine, UEFA said Friday.
Hints of cocaine, which is viewed as a banned stimulant, were found in an example Eremenko gave in the wake of playing for CSKA Moscow in a Champions League diversion against Bayer Leverkusen in September.


The consequence of that diversion, a 2-2 draw, won't be influenced by Friday's decision despite the fact that Eremenko scored CSKA's second objective.
The two-year boycott is antedated to Oct. 6, the date Eremenko was temporarily suspended.


''The club and the player plan to request this choice,'' CSKA said in an announcement on its site. ''Encourage remarks will be given once we get the full content of the choice.''

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