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BREAKING: Paul Pogba banned from football for 4 years


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Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has been reportedly banned four years from football after failing a drug test last August.

The 30-year-old tested positive for testosterone after Juventus’s first game of the season against Udinese, and was given his hefty punishment by an anti-doping prosecutor’s office in Italy on Thursday.

La Repubblica report that Pogba and his team have accepted a four-year ban from the Anti-Doping Prosecutor’s Office.

Meanwhile, Pogba’s suspension not only casts a shadow over his illustrious career but also has implications for Juventus, one of the prominent teams in the A League.

The team will now have to navigate the season without a key playmaker, putting their championship aspirations at risk.

The football world is left in shock as Pogba, known for his skills on the field, faces the consequences of this doping scandal. Supporters and fellow players alike are grappling with the news, questioning the impact this will have on the sport’s reputation and the measures needed to prevent such incidents in the future.

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