Monza, Gomez tests positive for doping: “unintentional intake”

Monza’s stance after Papu Gomez’s positive doping test, discovered during his time at Sevilla. Monza has taken a stand on Alejandro Gomez’s positive doping test, discovered after a check at Sevilla in the autumn of 2022, which has resulted in a two-year ban for the Argentine. Below is the statement. “A.C. Monza announces today that it has received notification from FIFA, through the Italian Football Federation (FIGC), of the first-instance ruling by the Spanish Anti-Doping Commission against the player Alejandro Dario Gomez. The ruling imposes a two-year ban from sporting activities. The player’s biological samples were found to contain Terbutaline, a medication used to alleviate bronchospasm, taken in October 2022 when the player was registered with Sevilla FC. The positive test result was due to an unintentional ingestion. AC Monza will evaluate the next procedural steps.”

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