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Published August 14, 2013
SMITH STAYS PATIENT: In a separate piece, Walter reported Smith is "unconcerned that the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority has finalised its investigation" into the Australian Football League first and he insists that "the fate of players will not be affected by what happens in the rival code." No decision is "likely to be made for weeks after about whether players are to be charged but Smith said he was satisfied with the way the six-month investigation was proceeding" (SMH, 8/14).