Portugal Manager Carlos Queiroz Banned For Six Months

Ollie Irish

2nd, September 2010

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By Ollie Irish

Doping officials? You’re gonna get your f**king head kicked in

Portugal gaffer Carlos Queiroz has been suspended for six months after it was ruled that he disrupted an anti-doping test ahead of the 2010 World Cup. Portugal’s Sports Institute said an inquiry found that Queiroz insulted an anti-doping team and that his aggressive manner unsettled their work, and that as a result, one of the inspectors failed to correctly carry out a test at the training camp.

The Portuguese Football Federation had already suspended Queiroz for one month for misconduct after the incident in May. But it said then that although he did use bad language, he had not caused any disruption.

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  1. OllieWillie says:

    I recall there being a serious rumor going around before the WC that Nani wasn’t really injured and that he’d been done for illegal substances……………This clearly throws fuel on that fire…..

    As a United fan that clearly concerns me but it’s a tangible link that cannot be ignored.

    It wasn’t helped by Nani coming out a week after the injury and saying he’ll be fit in a week.

    Very very sus

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