Cameroonian And Ajax Goalkeeper Banned From Football, See What He Did To Deserve It
By Kate007 | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 20007 views
Cameroonian and Ajax number 1, Andre Onana has been banned from football for 12 months after failing a drug test, that's he was guilty of doping violation.
In October last year, it was allegedly recorded that a substance called Furosemide was found in his urine, this led to the decision to ban him right from this very moment which applies to both national and international games.
It's an unfortunate event given that the shot stopper is at the peak of his career, seeking a move that'll take him to one of the top clubs in Europe. Rumours had it that Chelsea almost snapped him up before deciding to go for fellow African, Edouard Mendy.
According to reports, Ajax are preparing to terminate the Cameroonian contract as he faces a lengthy time off footballing activities. This will serve as a warning to others who are interested in using performance enhancing drugs.
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