Anokye Badu could be ban for years; but not a life time ban - CAF's medical team member Featured
07 Aug

Anokye Badu could be ban for years; but not a life time ban - CAF's medical team member

A member of the Confederation of Africa Football medical team, Dr. Prince Pambo has stated that Aduana stars defender Stephen Anokye Badu, who tested positive for banned substances, could be ban for years but not a life ban.
 
The Centre-Back failed CAF's doping test after their 2-1 win against AS Vital in the 2018 Confederation Cup in Group A fixture at Dormaa.
 
The 22-year-old did not travel with the team for the return fixture in Kinshasa when Aduana lost 0-2 to the Congolese side.
 
However, the former Black Stars team doctor has sidelined a possible life time ban for the defender, however says Anokye could face years ban.
 
"The punishment given normally is banning the player for some period of time. And then in extreme cases banning the player for life," Dr. Prince Pambo told the media
 
"In his (Anokye Badu) case, I really wouldn't be in a position to tell what kind of punishment that might be given to him."
 
"But I'm tempted to believe that he might be asked to stay away from football for sometime. It could be a year, two years, three or four years but very much unlikely that he'll get a life ban," he added.
 
 
By: Opoku Augustus
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