The Phootball Show - Doping Scandals

The guys discuss their favourite topic in world sport - doping. With allegations that the Russian intelligence service, the FSB, were involved in the doping scandal, they look at what impact a ban could have on the reputation of Russian football and sport in general - considering Russia is the host nation of the 2018 World Cup in just two years. It’s also welcome back to Durag Jesus after a brief hiatus.
20 Jul 2016 English Explicit South Africa Sports

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