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AFL could take action against coaches

Sydney : Australia | Feb 14, 2013 at 4:20 AM PST
Source: Sydney Morning Herald
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AFL chief executive Andrew Demetriou has indicated the league will take action if any Essendon coach is found to have taken a banned substance. Demetriou would not respond directly to a claim made by former Bombers sports scientist Stephen Dank that "a couple" of the club's coaches had taken substances... FULL ARTICLE AT Sydney Morning Herald
 
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