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Bulgaria player fails doping test after WCup match


September 26. 2013 9:51AM
Associated Press

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(AP) A Bulgarian player who tested positive for banned substances after a World Cup qualifying match has been suspended by FIFA.


FIFA says Thursday the player failed a doping test after Bulgaria's 2-1 win against Malta in Valletta on Sept. 10.


FIFA did not identify the player, but the Bulgarian national association said it was Yordan Minev, a 32-year-old defender.


FIFA said the player was provisionally suspended pending a disciplinary case.


Associated Press


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