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WADA President John Fahey Says NRL Needs To Follow AFL's Lead In Doping Investigation
Published May 8, 2013
GROWING SUPPORT: Also in Sydney, Phil Rothfield wrote support "is growing in powerful NRL circles for an amnesty on drug users to break open the investigation stalemate." Under the plan, players at all 16 clubs "would be given the opportunity to turn themselves in and provide evidence to ASADA investigators." In return, they would escape suspensions or any punishment, "but face life bans if they ever test positive to a performance-enhancing substance" (DAILY TELEGRAPH, 5/8).