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The Club can confirm that Jose Baxter had his personal hearing on Friday morning in relation to traces of a banned substance being found in a sample following a routine Football Association out of competition drug test.

 

The outcome of the hearing is expected by the middle of next week.

 

Sheffield United will not be making any further comment at the present time.

 

E BY GUM we should just get rid

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The Club can confirm that Jose Baxter had his personal hearing on Friday morning in relation to traces of a banned substance being found in a sample following a routine Football Association out of competition drug test.

 

The outcome of the hearing is expected by the middle of next week.

 

Sheffield United will not be making any further comment at the present time.

 

E BY GUM we should just get rid

 

Believed to be Ecstasy.

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And for this reason, he should be sacked by the club.

 

If found guilty? Surely he is innocent until proven otherwise Robbie?

 

I do agree with you that if he is guilty that he should instantly be removed from the club however we don't know the circumstances. Adkins and the club have shown support for the player therefore they must believe him to be innocent?

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If found guilty? Surely he is innocent until proven otherwise Robbie?

 

I do agree with you that if he is guilty that he should instantly be removed from the club however we don't know the circumstances. Adkins and the club have shown support for the player therefore they must believe him to be innocent?

 

He's been found guilty, his result was positive.

From what I'm led to believe, this hearing is to see if:

A) they believe he didn't consume the prohibited drug himself.

B) to confirm what his punishment is.

 

The club are bound to be standing by him, they have money invested in him.

It wouldnt be the first time the board have stood a guilty player anyway and it won't be the last.

 

Just like other teams, they're a business and will look after that business and what its assets bring to the fore.

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He's been found guilty, his result was positive.

From what I'm led to believe, this hearing is to see if:

A) they believe he didn't consume the prohibited drug himself.

B) to confirm what his punishment is.

 

The club are bound to be standing by him, they have money invested in him.

It wouldnt be the first time the board have stood a guilty player anyway and it won't be the last.

 

Just like other teams, they're a business and will look after that business and what its assets bring to the fore.

 

I can't argue with that mate and agree with you 100%. I am just a bit gutted for him if the rumours I heard of him having his drink spiked are true.

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I can't argue with that mate and agree with you 100%. I am just a bit gutted for him if the rumours I heard of him having his drink spiked are true.

 

If, it is a big if though. If, then yes it would be very harsh.

And if it is true, he should really be more careful about who he socialised with.

 

Sadly, this isn't the first time his name has been linked with drugs though, although last time he was arrested and released without charge.

 

I do think there needs to be a better level education for these players.

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What is the fuss about?

Does it affect hie eligibilty to play or his actual ability to play?

If not then who's business is it if he was not dealing?

If yes then sack him ..end of story.

 

As they know at bramall lane the governing body of professional football is willing to let rapists play and other people convicted of crimes, this seems to be a lot of fuss about nothing.

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What is the fuss about?

Does it affect hie eligibilty to play or his actual ability to play?

If not then who's business is it if he was not dealing?

If yes then sack him ..end of story.

 

As they know at bramall lane the governing body of professional football is willing to let rapists play and other people convicted of crimes, this seems to be a lot of fuss about nothing.

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The FA don't allow convicts to play while they are serving time in jail.

 

MDMA may not be a performance enhancing drug, but it is a banned substance, not just in football but I'm everyday life.

 

Do the crime, do the time.

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What is the fuss about?

Does it affect hie eligibilty to play or his actual ability to play?

If not then who's business is it if he was not dealing?

If yes then sack him ..end of story.

 

As they know at bramall lane the governing body of professional football is willing to let rapists play and other people convicted of crimes, this seems to be a lot of fuss about nothing.

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I see he's gonna be a dad,when his child see's his history hows it gonna take news like that?I mean he's actually played for Sheffield United.

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