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Ahmed Saad Faces Anti-Doping Hearing
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November 26, 2013  |  Posted in  Steroids Blog

St Kilda player Ahmed Saad faced an AFL anti-doping tribunal after he tested positive to a banned substance earlier this year.

The 24-year-old Saad may potentially face a ban of two years. Since making his debut last year, Saad has played 29 games for the Saints and kicked 45 goals. In July this year, Saad provided an irregular drug sample that he claims was due to inadvertently taking a substance on the AFL Anti-Doping prohibited list and it is believed the substance was included in the Viking Protein sports drink, ‘Before Battle’.

The professional Australian rules football player at the St Kilda Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL) is expected to face a tribunal to determine his fate before the end of the year.

Saad continued playing while his B-sample was being analyzed and then started serving a provisional suspension after it also came back positive.

“The commencement of the provisional suspension is not an admission of guilt or wrongdoing and the matter will be determined before the AFL tribunal at a date to be fixed,” the Saints said in a statement in August.

“Saad is not available for selection for the remaining two matches of the AFL home and away season and will continue to co-operate with the AFL and ASADA as necessary throughout this process.

“The club and AFL Players’ Association will continue to provide appropriate support to the extent allowed under the Code.”

The hearing of Saad is being chaired by AFL tribunal chairman David Jones and the panel will also include Dr Susan White, a sports physician from the Australian Sports Drug Medical Advisory Committee and Wayne Henwood, a member of the AFL tribunal panel and former player.

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